The Fosters (S05E08) “Engaged”

Review: This week on “The Fosters” it was all about getting/being “Engaged” as we watched the Adams Foster family celebrate Mike (Danny Nucci) and Ana’s engagement. At the same time we watched Jesus (Noah Centineo) and Emma navigate exactly what the wooden ring means. Opening on a family dinner, everyone in attendance, the conversation is…

The Fosters (S05E07) “Chasing Waterfalls”

Review: Between the countless family moments, to the ever-increasing drama, The Fosters latest episode, “Chasing Waterfalls”, cracked through another wall of storytelling. Continuing to grow in strength is the creative teams’ ability to bring to the forefront stories that have long been pushed to the side, stories that right now a highly relevant and so…

The Fosters (S05E06) “Welcome to the Jungler”

Review: With all the talk about dropping out of school, this week’s episode “Welcome to the Jungler” opens on both Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) having a frank discussion with Jesus (Noah Centineo). He’s still adamant that he wants to drop out, but when he hears that it is in fact illegal to…

The Fosters (S05E05): “Telling”

Review:  The promo for this week’s episode, “Telling”, had us all on the edge of our seats when we were given the sneak peek a week before. The episode opens on Callie (Maia Mitchell), she is walking through the art school when she runs into Ximena who invites her to a party. Or should I…

The Fosters (S05E03) “Contact”

Review: The latest episode of The Fosters, titled “Contact”, saw some characters take two steps forward, and others two steps back. Opening on slow motion images of a roller derby competition, we soon find out that Mariana (Cierra Ramirez), has unknowingly crashed what Aaron believed to be a date with Callie (Maia Mitchell). Talk about…

The Fosters (S05E02) “Exterminate Her”

Review: With a fairly strong title to this week’s episode in “Exterminate Her”, we watch as Callie (Maia Mitchell) attempts to figure out what she wants to do with her life. The episode opens and we quickly learn that the family are getting new neighbours but as the pull up to the house drama unfolds…

The Fosters (S05E01) “Resist”

Review:  The Foster’s jumped straight back into the drama and tension we were left with last season, with the eagerly anticipated return of their fifth installment. With so many storylines left up in the air, and characters lives on the line, the audience were given emotional confrontations, real-life societal issues were explored and evolving family…

The Fosters (S04E10): “Collateral Damage”

Review:  After what has been one of, if not the strongest seasons The Fosters have delivered, the mid-season finale most certainly followed suit. I’ll be speechless if they do not get renewed for a fifth season; between the drama, the story development, the writing and the acting, the entire team at The Fosters have elevated…

The Fosters (S4E09): “New York” 

Review: We all know that the penultimate episode of any television show will always deliver some type of cliff-hanger. The Fosters, however, goes above and beyond, delivering story cracking twists and turns that have the audience so intoxicated. This week was no different with an episode full of flashbacks, love, drama and honesty. Titled “New…

The Fosters (S04E08): “Girl Code”

Review: This week’s episode of The Foster’s contained all things robotics but it wasn’t without some drama, some loving and some heartbreak. With Season 4 quickly approaching its mid-season finale, you can sense a feeling of anticipation and anxiety as quite a few of the characters are meeting, head on, personal challenges. Titled “Girl Code”,…

The Fosters (S04E07): “Highs and Lows”

Review:  This week’s episode of The Fosters delivered a rousing exploration into the ongoing ebb and flow of life and its emotions. As we saw last week, each member of the Adams Foster clan has their own challenges and personal dilemmas occurring. Titled “Highs and Lows”, this week’s installment opened, beautifully directed and edited together…

The Fosters (S04E06): “Justify” 

Review:  We all know that The Fosters pushes the envelope, they dare to talk about issues and express opinions that often times we keep to ourselves in our day to day lives. They dare to tell stories, that aren’t fiction but reality, and this season they’ve gone above and beyond. This season has already explored…