Favorite Freeform Wednesday night drama: 'Good Trouble' or 'Party of Five'? | The Tylt
"Good Trouble" and "Party of Five" are definitely bringing the family drama to Freeform. "Good Trouble" is a spinoff of the family drama "The Fosters," following the Adams Foster sisters as they navigate their way through adulthood in LA. "Party of Five" is a reboot of the popular '90s family/teen drama, now with a Latinx family at the center of the narrative. The reboot premiered in January 2020 and has already become a sentimental fan favorite—dealing with a family trying to stay together after the parents are deported to Mexico. Which Wednesday night drama is your favorite?
Favorite Freeform Wednesday night drama: 'Good Trouble' or 'Party of Five'?
Below is the synopsis of "Good Trouble," per Rotten Tomatoes.
After moving to The Coterie in Downtown Los Angeles, Callie and Mariana realize that living on their own is not all that it's cracked up to be. Faced with new neighbors, new challenges and, of course, new romances, the sisters must depend on one another to navigate the City of Angels.
While "Good Trouble" does not have a rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the audience score is 86 percent (at the time of publication). The Adams Foster sisters—Callie and Mariana—definitely carried the drama over from "The Fosters" to "Good Trouble." This time around the sisters face relationship woes, career challenges and even a sibling rivalry as adults. All the ingredients to make for good TV.
Below is the synopsis of "Party of Five," per IMDb.
Party of Five follows the five Acosta children -- Emilio, Lucia, Beto, Valentina and baby Rafael -- as they navigate daily life struggles to survive as a family unit after their parents are suddenly deported to Mexico.
"Party of Five" holds a fresh rating of 96 percent and an audience score of 64 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). The reboot has been praised for having a lot of heart. Fans already regard it as a sentimental favorite, dealing with issues of deportation, DACA kids, immigration rights, sibling drama, high school struggles, childcare issues, small business woes and family life that anyone can relate to.