The Fosters Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 303 “Déjà Vu”

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AfterEllen: I’m very excited about season 3 of The Fosters but I must admit that I’m a little concerned are about what it will bring for Stef and Lena. I’m happy that Lena and Monte have decided to put their kiss behind them and that Lena has decided not to go to the conference. However, they do still work together everyday. Something tells me this isn’t the end of that storyline. Should I be worried?

Sherri Saum: Oh, I don’t know. The Monte character, she’s not devious. It’s just that when you work in close proximity with someone, and you share confidences with someone, sometimes that’s a danger zone. It can happen. Especially when you’re not at your best with your partner. Lena was just as much to blame, obviously, for letting that happen.

I understand that it’s basically a new portrayal we are seeing on TV and we all want them to win. We want them to just triumph. It’s hard to see them fight but I hope that people know that no one is singling out this relationship to say that lesbians can’t get along or lesbians can’t get married. This is absolutely normal. Nothing about it rings false to me. These are the conversations you have with your partner when you’re stressed out. This is what happens when you have five kids and a full-time job. But I really feel like, and I hope that everyone else does too, that the love is there. It’s the bedrock and it’s not going anywhere. No matter the roller coaster ride we are on.

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International Business Times: Were you shocked when you read Lena and Monte’s kiss in last season’s finale? Did they tell you that you’d be causing trouble in one of the main relationships?

Annika Marks: Not when I first got the job. I had no idea. I just knew that I was going to be the principal of the school. And I was thrilled to do that because I’d become such a huge fan of the show, that I was like, ‘Alright, you know, every once in a while I’ll run a teacher meeting or something and that’ll be fun.’ I had no idea that it was going to become such a personal, dramatic storyline.

As we were heading that way, as it was unfolding sort of organically, I didn’t know how far they were going to go with it, but I’ve loved every moment of discovering the story. There were rumors on set that it might lead to a kiss, but until we actually got there that day, it was sort of hard to believe that it was going to happen. Even on the day it sort of felt like, ‘Wow, are we really going to do this? Like, we’re really going to do this.’ It was a crazy day on set.

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The Fosters has officially recast middle son Jesus Adams Foster!
Noah Centineo, who starred in the Disney Channel movie How to Build a Better Boy, will take over the role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Centineo can be first seen when the second half of the season premieres in 2016.

Earlier this month we revealed that a new actor would replace Jake T. Austin following his decision to exit the ABC Family drama. “Right now [Jesus] is at boarding school wrestling to his heart’s content and we’ll be checking in with him,” executive producer Peter Paige told us at the time.
The Fosters airs on Mondays at 8/7c on ABC Family.

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The Fosters Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 302 “Father’s Day”

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The Fosters Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 301 “WRECKAGE”

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The Fosters Fan Gallery > Show > Season 3 > 201 Episode Stills

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The Adams Foster family attempts to rebuild after a serious car accident, in the third season premiere of “The Fosters,” airing Monday, June 8, 2015 at 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
“The Fosters” picks up during summer, a few weeks after the terrible car accident involving Mariana, Jesus and their pregnant biological mother, Ana. As the family deals with the aftermath of the situation, Stef is determined to find the driver responsible for the crash. Callie continues to volunteer at the drop-in center where she meets AJ, a foster teen runaway searching for his older brother. Brandon starts at the Idyllwild Music Program and quickly realizes that he will be faced with serious competition. Meanwhile, Jude tells Connor he prefers to keep their relationship private at school.
“The Fosters” stars Teri Polo (“Meet the Parents”) as Stef Adams Foster, Sherri Saum (“In Treatment”) as Lena Adams Foster, Hayden Byerly (“Parenthood”) as Jude Adams Foster, David Lambert (“Aaron Stone”) as Brandon Foster, Maia Mitchell (“Teen Beach Movie”) as Callie Jacob, Danny Nucci (“Titanic”) as Mike Foster and Cierra Ramirez (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) as Mariana Adams Foster.
“Wreckage” was written by Bradley Bredeweg & Peter Paige and directed by Peter Paige.

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