To find out The Fosters Season 5 Ending Explained, continue reading. The Fosters is a family drama by Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige. The show has been commended for its good LGBT representation. The show has everything from sibling rivalry, teenage angst, and rifts between parents and children which, in the end, leads to relatable family life. It was aired in June 2013 on ABC Family.
The series has 5 seasons and a total of 104 episodes. It ended in January 2018. It won the Choice TV Breakout Show award at the Teen Choice Awards. It also won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Drama Series and the GLAAD Vanguard Award. The show had a three-episode finale, leading to a spin-off series, Good Trouble.
The Fosters Overview
The story is set in San Diego, California, and follows the Adams-Foster Family with Lena Adams, a vice principal, and her partner Stef Foster, a police officer as heads. They have one son named Brandon who is Stef’s child with her ex-husband and four adopted children, the twins Jesus and Mariana and Callie and Jude. The series shows how the lesbian couple raises their blended family together with the frequent participation of Stef’s ex-husband, Mike Foster. The Foster family has a modern take on traditional family dramas which focuses on current social issues and represents original, flawed characters that make the viewers adore them.
The Fosters Cast
- Stef Adams Foster – Teri Polo
- Lena Adams Foster – Sherri Saum
- Jesus Adams Foster – Jake Austin (Season1&2), Noah Centineo (Season3-5)
- Jude Adams Foster – Hayden Byerly
- Brandon Foster – David Lambert
- Callie Adams Foster – Maia Mitchell
- Mike Foster – Danny Nucci
- Marian Adams Foster – Cierra Ramirez
The Fosters Season 5 Ending Explained
The Fosters didn’t have just one ending but rather two series finales which gave the audience to send off the beloved show in style. The first finale had time jumps where one could see the family members growing up and doing their own things in life like graduating high school, getting into college, and Brandon getting engaged to Eliza.
The above-mentioned finale is followed by a three-part series finale set years after. The entire family reunites in Turks and Caicos to celebrate the wedding of Brandon and Eliza. The ending reveals that Brandon and Callie tie up the loose ends of their previous relationship. Emma and Jesus break up and Jude opens up about his college struggles.
The family goes back for one last dinner and Callie tells everyone about her clerkship job in Los Angeles, the same place where Jude lives. Mariana also discloses that she has a job in Los Angeles leading to the spin-off Good Trouble. Lena is persuaded to run for the State Assembly by the Foster family.
Since everyone is going to different places to leave their separate lives, the Foster family home is sold as they goodbye to their older lives.
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