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Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez in the series finale of Good Trouble PHOTO DISNEY CARLOS LOPEZ CALLEJA
Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez in the series finale of Good Trouble PHOTO DISNEY CARLOS LOPEZ CALLEJA
Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez in the series finale of Good Trouble PHOTO DISNEY CARLOS LOPEZ CALLEJA

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A Bittersweet Farewell: Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez Reflect on Filming the ‘Good Trouble’ Series Finale

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After an incredible five-season run, the beloved series “Good Trouble” has come to an end, marking the conclusion of a remarkable journey for its lead actresses, Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez. The show, a spin-off of “The Fosters,” followed the lives of their characters, Callie Adams Foster and Mariana Adams Foster, as they navigated their 20s in the bustling city of Los Angeles.

Having portrayed these characters for over a decade, saying goodbye was an emotional experience for both Mitchell and Ramirez. In a recent appearance on the “Zach Sang Show,” Mitchell shared a touching moment from the night they wrapped filming. “I stayed at her house after, ’cause I was like, ‘I’m not going to be able to like go to an Airbnb afterwards,'” she revealed. “Kicked her boyfriend out of the bed, held each other at like four o’clock in the morning, being like, ‘What the hell?'”

Despite the sadness that comes with closing this chapter, the actresses expressed a sense of gratitude and excitement for the future. “Both things can be true, you can be sad and then grateful,” Mitchell said, with Ramirez adding, “And excited for the future.”

As executive producers on the show, Mitchell and Ramirez were asked about their involvement in shaping their characters’ storylines for the finale. While they didn’t have direct input, they expressed their trust in the show’s writers. “Although, I’m like, it’s this sort of thing where if we ever have [an] issue with anything, or we ever have like thoughts, we can always go to them and make suggestions,” Mitchell explained.

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Ramirez, who has been an executive producer since the series’ inception, echoed this sentiment, saying, “I love our writers and everything that they’ve thrown our way, sorry, I’m just genuinely, I would love to get a new script every day because I’m like, ‘Oh, what are we getting into?’ I was never like, I would like to go in the writer’s room to see what they were writing, but never had any notes. I was always excited for what they wrote for us.”

As fans bid farewell to “Good Trouble” and the beloved characters of Callie and Mariana, it’s clear that the series has left an indelible mark on both its cast and its devoted audience. While the finale may be bittersweet, the memories and the impact of this groundbreaking show will undoubtedly live on.

Trevor Decker
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