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All About “Good Trouble Season 2” TV Series Episode 16 and Episode 17, Release Date and More.

We all know the second season of Good Trouble has begun. With each episode, the series just gets better and better. As the twelfth episode dropped in, we are eagerly waiting for the thirteenth episode. As it is hard but necessary to wait for the next episode, we are here to satisfy a bit of the craving with more information.

The drop of the thirteenth episode will be on January 29th, 2020. It will be acclaimed with the title, Daylight.

All About "Good Trouble Season 2" TV Series Episode 16 and Episode 17, Release Date and More.

For those of you who have no idea what this show is all about, we have briefed it up for you. The series is a spinoff of the Freeform show The Fosters. Callie Adams Foster and Mariana Adams Foster leave their comfort zones to explore life. They are in the phase of entering a new world where it is nothing like their previous life. The exploring of their lives is taken place in Los Angeles. With a heavy dose of nostalgia and immense excitement, the unknown future is very relatable.

Callie, in her way to adulthood, works under Judge Wilson as a law clerk. Mariana works as a software engineer. As the series moves forward, the duo explores new aspects of life that the journey has to offer for them. Navigating through adult life is not as easy as it seems.

All About "Good Trouble Season 2" TV Series Episode 16 and Episode 17, Release Date and More.

The thirteenth episode is particularly leaning towards the darker shade, which is completely contradicting the title of the episode, Daylight. With a heavy dose of nostalgia and immense excitement, the unknown future is very relatable. Therefore, she should take measures for safety. We could also observe that Callie and Jamie’s relationship is about to be thoroughly tested. A case in which they are involved is tearing them apart. So, it is expected that the episode will be gloomy and maybe include few surprises in there.

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