“The Fosters” is finally back with a new season full of twists and turns, and Zap2it got to sit down with the cast and creators on Friday (June 24) to talk all about it.
Cierra Ramirez, Noah Centenio, Sherri Saum and Teri Polo, along with Brad Bredeweg and Peter Paige, made up the panel for the live Q&A event.
While we got a few hints about upcoming episodes and what to look out for later in the season, the live audience also got to ask questions ranging from the cast members favorite Brandon (David Lambert) and Callie (Maia Mitchell) moments to which Hogwarts house their character would be in.
Zap2it has the round up for the top five things to take away from the panel.
Noah Centenio auditioned for the part of Brandon
He might be filling in the vacant role of Jesus these days, but back when the show was originally casting Noah Centenio originally auditioned for the part of Brandon.
Episode 2 will be an homage to Hitchcock
The upcoming episode was shot almost like a horror film with big jumps and shocking twists. Be prepared for a bit of a thriller as we find out what will happen with Nick.
Don’t expect any crossovers yet
While jokes abound about sending Mariana to fight demons on “Shadowhunters” or packing up the kids for camp with “Dead of Summer,” according to Brad Bredeweg, there are no plans for a crossover episode involving “The Fosters” at the moment.
Lena & Stef might be in handcuffs in Season 4
Peter Paige hinted that a scene in the finale of “The Fosters” Season 4 will involve Stef, Lena, and a pair of handcuffs!
Gabe will be back
Mariana and Jesus’ birth father will be back “for a little bit” in Season 4, so expect more family drama for the Fosters on that end.