Freeform’s new winter lineup now has premiere dates, so you can set your binging schedule accordingly. The network announced when “grown-ish,” “Good Trouble,” and “The Bold Type” are returning with new episodes, and confirmed whent “Party of Five” and “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” are joining the schedule.
The big premieres start in January, and we can start with the returning favorites. The YA drama “Good Trouble” is returning on January 15th with brand-new episodes. The network teased the new season saying, “The Coterie residents are dealing with the consequences of their personal and professional decisions and realize that sometimes standing up for what you believe in comes at a price.” Freeform added, “The season picks up with Callie and Mariana’s relationship on the rocks after Callie has decided to move in with Jamie and leave the “Coterie Biatches” behind. Alice finds herself balancing her stand-up career with her love life, Davia learns the education system may be broken, Mariana navigates a new world at work, Malika faces legal consequences from her protesting, Dennis finds a new outlet to manage his depression and Gael’s creative spark is reignited.”
“Good Trouble” stars Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Sherry Cola, Tommy Martinez, Zuri Adele, Emma Hunton and Josh Pence.
Next up is “grown-ish” on January 16th, and the story picks up during junior year, following the previous season cliffhanger. Just remember that “grown-ish” returns on an all-new night, on Thursdays, and set a reminder to catch the premiere. The season’s description reads, “The gang returns as confident, eager and seasoned upper-classmen, with Zoey and her girls (… and Vivek) moving into an off-campus home, ready to take on the school year. They quickly realize that they have been mistaken about the disillusionment of adulthood, with real-life problems coming for them, including student loans, work/ life balance and, of course, messy breakups. Plus, the season premiere picks up with some of the crew having to deal with the repercussions of their big mistakes before summer break.”
The series stars Yara Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat, and Diggy Simmons.
The hit drama “The Bold Type” returns on January 23rd. Freeform stated that in Season 4, “Jane, Kat and Sutton raise their voices louder than ever in the battle for Scarlet’s soul. The magazine is left reeling by a new dynamic, forcing everyone—including Jacqueline—to adjust. Jane faces tough choices living with her BCRA-1 status. Sutton and Richard explore being in a long-distance relationship, while Sutton struggles move her career forward; Kat is more determined than ever to make the most of her platform at Scarlet and copes with past regrets.”
“The Bold Type” stars Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy, Sam Page, Matt Ward, Stephen Conrad Moore, and Melora Hardin.
Now we can get to the new series, and that includes “Party of Five” and “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay.” The “Party of Five” reboot is getting a pre-linear sneak peek on Hulu, Freeform.com, the Freeform App, and on-demand beginning on January 1st. If you miss the early screening, “Party of Five” starts with a two-hour premiere on January 8th. The show follows the five Acosta children as they navigate daily life struggles to survive as a family unit after their parents are suddenly deported back to Mexico. The description reads, “In a new iteration by original series creators Amy Lippman and Christopher Keyser, this beloved story of a young family bound by adversity will be retold through the lens of current-day themes and cultural conversations.”
The series stars Brandon Larracuente as Emilio Acosta, Emily Tosta as Lucia Acosta, Niko Guardado as Beto Acosta and Elle Paris Legaspi as Valentina Acosta. Bruno Bichir and Fernanda Urrejola star as the Acosta parents, Javier and Gloria.
“Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” starts with a two-hour premiere on January 16th. The show introduces Nicholas (Josh Thomas), a neurotic twenty-something-year-old visiting his dad and teenage half-sisters (Kayla Cromer and Maeve Press), one of whom is on the autism spectrum. The Season 1 description states, “When Nicholas’ trip is extended due to his father’s untimely death, the siblings are left to cope with not only a devastating loss, but also the realization that Nicholas is the one who will have to rise to the occasion, move in and hold it all together. Navigating autism, budding sexuality, consent, parenthood, adolescence, family and grief, the heartfelt comedy will follow this imperfect family as they discover the importance of finding happiness in the middle of really difficult moments, one awkward conversation at a time. ”
The network also confirmed that following its linear debut, viewers will get a preview of what’s to come with the premiere episodes and a sneak peek at the third episode on Hulu, Freeform.com, the Freeform App, and on-demand beginning January 17th.
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