Tweet Pin Just because Lena and Stef seemingly made up during The Fosters ' midseason finale doesn't mean things between them will get magically better. Sherri Saum, who plays Lena in the show, revealed there is still a lot of work that needs to be done before their relationship is good again.
Did the show sacrifice Callie's future for the sake of teaching a lesson? She's with him every day at work. She admires Monte and this is an ongoing relationship. So that's not just something that's going to change after a few episodes.
It went pretty deep. But it will have a silver lining because it's going to focus our love and our priorities and what's really important. There's just so much going on! In the most controversial episode yet, the Foster kids explore religion Saum explained, "It's tough because they obviously have the feelings that they have.
Obviously, stuff happens and it's going to be difficult because we think we know what's best for them, and we finally got our family together. We finally got our family back, the family we've always wanted. It's going to be an incredible blow to have that situation threatened again. I just don't know how we survive that. Austin, who left the show at the midseason finale. But Saum said the show wishes him nothing but the best. And she added that viewers are definitely going to fall in love with Noah Centineo, who is taking over the role of Jesus.
And we realize there's so much stuff on social media and so many rumors. We just kind of stay above the fray. We're so happy to welcome Noah into the cast. He just fits in like you wouldn't believe. He wasn't intimidated by anything. He made the character his own in the midst of all of the negativity, and he just jumped right in and he was such a gentleman about everything. It might take a little while for people to warm up to it.
It's never easy for an actor to step into an already-established role but I think people will be really happy with our new Jesus, and we wish Jake nothing but the best. Maia Mitchell weighs in on the future of Brallie As for where Saum hopes the show goes in Season 4, she said, "We have so much material to mine. Our writers, creators mine a lot of it from their own lives. It's just really flawlessly done. I just hope they continue with the excellence because they do it so well.