Good news, Good Trouble fans! The Freeform network is bringing back the series for a second season after receiving rave ratings, and we seriously can’t wait.

That’s right, you guys! The news that the show will be renewed for Season 2 was announced on February 6, and we are SHOOK. Last week’s episode, titled “Playing The Game,” did extremely well among viewers, and according to Deadline, it was the network’s “top drama telecast since June 2018 among women 18-34.” Say whaaat?!

But wait, there’s more. The outlet also said that the show was “ranked as cable’s No. 1 scripted series among females 12-34.” Wow.

For those of you who don’t know much about the show, it’s a spinoff of the family drama The Fosters. Rather than keeping up with all of the Fosters, though, this show follows Callie and Mariana, played by Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez respectively, as they move to Los Angeles to begin, quote-unquote, “adulting.”

Unfortunately, Callie and Mariana soon find out that being an adult in the real world isn’t as fun as they initially thought it would be, and that real life comes with lots of new challenges they weren’t expecting. From romances to work drama, the girls navigate it all, and we can’t wait to see how their story continues to unfold in the next season.

Luckily, we’re not alone. Cierra is also super stoked that the show is officially coming back for Season 2. When a fan congratulated her via Twitter, she sent back a very excited response.

“Thank you, SAMEEEE. I wanna Cry!” she wrote.

Honestly, we feel like we could cry, too! Sure, we don’t get to see Noah Centineo‘s face every episode like we used to on The Fosters, but we’re seriously obsessed with watching these two young women figure out how to be functioning adults. We mean, just think about it. Is there anything more relatable than that? Nope!

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