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Although The Fosters is ending, the celebrated Freeform show made it to 100 episodes, which is no small feat! In many ways, watching The Fosters 5×18 was reminiscent of watching the series as a whole. You likely laughed, you almost certainly cried, and something inside you probably felt changed by the time the closing credits rolled. Here are 4 things to know about The Fosters 5×18, “Just Say Yes.”
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Although creatures of myth and legend are a perennial media favorite, vampires have had their time in the sun. Move over, Dracula – the mermaids are coming.
On March 29, Freeform invites you to dip into the waters off Bristol Cove, a town with a decidedly fishy history that may not be entirely relegated to the past. In the two-hour premiere of Siren, you’ll meet fisherman Xander (Ian Verdun), marine biologists Ben (Alex Roe) and Maddie (Fola Evans-Akingbola), and the mysterious Ryn (Eline Powell). Pop City Life spoke with Ian Verdun about his character, his approach to acting, and the show’s on-set dynamic (pun alert: the cast gets along swimmingly).
In The Fosters 5×17, Callie arrived at a brave decision, Jude and Stef made poor choices, and Mariana avoided deciding at all. Here are 4 things to know about The Fosters 5×17, “Makeover.”
While it’s as mom-centric as its name suggests, The Fosters 5×15 still included some surprise components. From the resurgence of long-buried themes to the reappearance of long-dormant characters, here are 4 things to know about The Fosters 5×15, “Mother’s Day.”
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Aptly titled “Scars,” The Fosters 5×14 dealt with both the emotional and physical variety. Read on for 5 things to know about The Fosters 5×14, “Scars.”