Where We Belong: The Cast of ‘The Fosters’ Reunite With Entertainment Weekly

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From 2013-2018, The Fosters was must-watch TV. The series covered topics rarely seen on television, including police brutality, the foster care system, immigration reform, addiction, mental illness, LGBTQ+ issues, and more. But the show wasn’t just a victory for representation. It had a big heart with its lovable family at the center. Over 104 episodes, viewers rooted for Callie, Mariana, Jesus, Jude, and Brandon (along with their moms) as they grew from teens to young adults. We can continue to root for Callie and Mariana as their story continues in the spin-off show Good Trouble, but what about the rest of our Fosters family?

Well, Entertainment Weekly and People Magazine also missed the cast of The Fosters and reunited them for a table read of the pilot episode! Viewers are encouraged to donate to The Actor’s Fund to help with COVID-19 relief while watching the cast reunite. The entire main cast joined in, including Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Teri Polo, Sherri Saum, Noah Centineo (subbing in for Jake T. Austin, who played Jesus in seasons 1-2 before Centineo took over), Hayden Byerly, David Lambert, and Danny Nucci.

Other guests from the show also made short appearances, including Annie Potts, Lorraine Toussaint, Bailee Madison, Alex Saxon, Amanda Leighton, Tom Williamson, Rosie O’Donnell, Ashley Argota, Jay Ali, Alexandra Barreto, Madisen Beaty, Daffany Mcgaray Clark, Colby French, April Parker Jones, Adam Kang, and David Sullivan. Kari Kimmel also performed the show’s theme song “Where You Belong.”

Watch the table read below, and be sure to donate to The Actor’s Fund if you can!

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