‘Good Trouble’ Season 5 Returns To Freeform In January; ‘Chrissy & Dave Dine Out’ Gets Premiere Date

Freeform is ringing in the new year with the return of Good Trouble.

Season 5 of the series will make its midseason debut on January 2, according to the network. A first look at the rest of the season that gives a glimpse at what’s to come is embedded above.

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The series, which is a spinoff of The Fosters, follows the 20-something residents of the Los Angeles co-living space, The Coterie. Series star and executive producer Cierra Ramirez will make her directorial debut in an upcoming episode.

In the latest season, the roommates are set to face their toughest obstacles yet as they’re confronted with evolving relationship challenges and new career opportunities. Through highs and lows, romance and heartbreak, The Coterie crew will lean on each other while they navigate the next stage of adulthood.

Also in January, Freeform plans to debut Chrissy & Dave Dine Out, an unscripted series where Chrissy Teigen and David Chang take viewers on a tour of Los Angeles’ restaurant scene alongside Joel Kim Booster.

While David gets his hands dirty in the back of house with the restaurant’s chef, Chrissy and Joel will hold court in the front of house, hosting an always loose, unexpected and entertaining dinner party with undeniably delicious food and great conversation.

The series will also feature celebrity guests handpicked by the trio. The premiere episode will find them dining out at Pizzeria Bianco with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, writer/producer Molly McNearney. Later episodes will feature guests such as John Legend, Kumail Nanjiani, Regina Hall, Simu Liu and more.

The show is executive produced by Alfred Street Industries’ Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Nan Strait, Dan Volpe, Michael Rucker and San Heng; Vox Media Studios’ Chad Mumm and Mark W. Olsen; Majordomo Media’s David Chang, Dave O’Connor, Chris Ying and Christopher Chen; Huntley Productions’ Chrissy Teigen and Tracy Stevens; and 3 Arts’ Luke Dillon. The show is directed by Anna Chai.

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