Tony winner Roger Bart and stage and screen actor Emma Hunton have joined the upcoming new television series Good Trouble, a spinoff of The Fosters, according to TVLine. In the show, Callie and Mariana Foster move to Los Angeles and begin their lives as young adults.
Hunton will reportedly play a teacher who lives in their apartment complex, and Bart will play a judge who Callie is clerking for.
Bart is a Tony winner for his performance in the musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and a Tony nominee for his role in The Producers. He was last seen on Broadway in Disaster!, and has been seen on screen in A Series of Unfortunate Events, There's...Johnny!, Graves, and Episodes.
Hunton was recently seen Off-Broadway in the musical The Mad Ones. She's been seen on Broadway in Next to Normal and Spring Awakening, and starred in the world premiere of Freaky Friday. Her screen credits include Sonny with a Chance and Happy Endings.
The cast of Good Trouble will also feature Riverdale's Tommy Martinez, Zuri Adele (Under the Dome), and Sherry Cola (I Love Dick).
Production on the new series is underway but no release date has been set.