Priscilla Quintana Upped to Series Regular for Season Four of Freeform’s “Good Trouble”

There’s more (good) trouble in Priscilla Quintana’s future…

The 29-year-old half-Mexican American actress has been promoted to series regular for the fourth season of Freeform’s Good Trouble.

Priscilla Quintana

Quintana, who portrays Isabella, was a recurring cast member in the second and third seasons.

Freeform will premiere the first half of season four beginning on Wednesday, March 9 at 10:00 pm, and the next day on Hulu.

Created by Joanna Johnson, Peter Paige and Bradley BredewegGood Trouble follows the residents of Downtown Los Angeles’ The Coterie as they juggle career, love and the 20-something growing pains at a time in your life where your friends are your family.

Quintan’s Isabella is a resident of the Coterie and mother to Gael’s unborn baby.

The series also stars Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Tommy Martinez, Emma Hunton, Sherry Cola, Zuri Adele, Beau Mirchoff and Josh Pence.

Johnson serves as showrunner and executive producer. Christine Sacani, Greg Gugliotta, Jennifer Lopez, Benny Medina, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Mitchell and Ramirez also executive produce.

Freeform Renews Cierra Ramirez’s “Good Trouble” for Fourth Season

Cierra Ramirez’s troubles continue…

Freeform has renewed Good Touble, starring the 26-year-old Colombian and Mexican American actress/singer, for a fourth season.

Cierra Ramirez

The announcement arrived on the heels of the 90-minute Season 3 finale airing on the East Coast on Wednesday.

The network released a new poster celebrating the news featuring stars Maia Mitchell, Ramirez, Sherry Cola, Tommy Martinez, Zuri Adele, Emma Hunton, Josh Pence and Beau Mirchoff.

Good Trouble

Good Trouble, a spinoff of The Fosters, follows the residents of Downtown Los Angeles’ The Coterie as they juggle career, love, and friendship and learn that standing up for what you believe in requires making a little noise and getting into trouble. The season 3 finale finds Callie (Maia Mitchell) questioning the career choices she’s made.

The series is enjoying its most-watched season ever on Hulu and currently ranks as one of the year’s Top 10 Primetime cable drama series among Women 18-34. All three seasons are currently available to stream via Hulu.

Good Trouble is co-created by Joanna Johnson, Peter Paige, and Bradley Bredeweg. Johnson serves as executive producer along with Gregory Gugliotta, Christine Sacani, Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Jennifer Lopez, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, and Benny Medina.

Cierra Ramirez to Star in the Indie Feature “The Re-Education of Molly Singer”

Cierra Ramirez is re-educating herself…

The 26-year-old Latina actress/singer has joined the cast of indie feature The Re-Education of Molly Singer in a leading role.

Cierra Ramirez

Ramirez will portray the character of Lindsay, a college student who finds herself caught up in a love triangle.

She joins previously announced cast members Britt Robertson, Ty Simpkin, Nico Santos, Holland RodenJaime Pressly, and Wendie Malick.

Robertson stars as the titular Molly, a former college party girl who in her latter professional career as an attorney has just botched her biggest case due to her inability to let go of her hard-partying lifestyle. Rather than firing her, Molly is tasked by her overbearing and controlling boss Brenda (Pressly) to re-enroll at her old alma mater, to befriend her socially awkward son, Elliot (Simpkins), and guide him through an already tumultuous freshman year. Elliot and Ramirez’s Lindsay attend the same school.

Todd Friedman and Kevin Haskin penned the script.

Ramirez is currently a co-lead and producer on Freeform’s Good Troublea continuation of her earlier series The Fosters. She received an Alma Award in 2012 for her work in the Patricia Riggen directed drama, Girl In Progress.

Priscilla Quintana Lands Recurring Role on Freeform’s “Good Trouble”

Priscilla Quintana is getting into Trouble

The Latina actress has joined The Fosters spinoff Good Trouble in a recurring role.

Priscilla Quintana,

The Freeformseries follows residents of The Coterie as they deal with the consequences of their personal and professional decisions and realize that sometimes standing up for what you believe in comes at a price. 

The current season picked up with Callie and Mariana’s relationship on the rocks after Callie has decided to move in with Jamie and leave the “Coterie Biatches” behind.

Quintana will play Isabella, a sexy, charming, outgoing aspiring actress/model who seems very confident but is really desperate to be liked. With her friendly personality and good looks, she is sure to shake things up at The Coterie. 

Good Trouble stars Maia MitchellCierra RamirezSherry ColaTommy Martinez, Zuri AdeleEmma Hunton and Josh Pence.

Quintana will return for the second season of The CW’s Pandora. Her other credits include appearances on Lethal WeaponMasters of Sex and Training Day.

Cierra Ramirez’s “Good Trouble” to Make Its Midseason Return on Freeform in January

Cierra Ramirez’s troubles continue in January…

Freeform has set a January date for the midseason return of Good Trouble, starring the 24-year-old Latina actress & singer.

Cierra Ramirez

Season 2B of The Fostersspinoff  begins at 10:00 pm on Wednesday, January 15

As the series returns, the Coterie residents are dealing with the consequences of their personal and professional decisions and realize that sometimes standing up for what you believe in comes at a price. The season picks up with Callie and Mariana’s relationship on the rocks after Callie has decided to move in with Jamie and leave the “Coterie Biatches” behind. Alice finds herself balancing her stand-up career with her love life, Davia learns the education system may be broken, Mariana navigates a new world at work, Malika faces legal consequences from her protesting, Dennis finds a new outlet to manage his depression and Gael’s creative spark is reignited. 

In addition to Ramirez, who portrays Mariana Adams-Foster, Good Trouble also stars Maia MitchellSherry ColaTommy MartinezZuri AdeleEmma Hunton andJosh Pence.

Cierra Ramirez Releases Music Video for New Single “Liquid Courage (Love Me Better)”

Cierra Ramirezis showing her courage

The 24-year-old Colombian and Mexican American actress/singer has released the steamy music video for her new single “Liquid Courage (Love Me Better)” exclusively on Billboard.

Cierra Ramirez

In the clip, the Good Troubleactress rocks several sultry looks — including an ivory pantsuit with nothing underneath — and spars with a hunky fencing partner while delivering the single’s come-hither lyrics.

“You got somethin’ over me/You just don’t know what to do/I mean, I could say it/But do you know the language?” she teases on the Latin pop-infused track, which also features Spanish lyrics peppered throughout its verses and chorus.

“I couldn’t be more excited to share my new single, ‘Liquid Courage,’ with the world!” Ramirez tells Billboard. “I haven’t released music in quite some time, so it’s really fulfilling. The song is another step forward for me as an artist. I love the feeling and vibe…I hope people love it as much as I loved making it.”

The new song is a follow-up to the budding recording artist’s 2018 single “Bad Boys.”

Freeform Renews Cierra Ramirez’s “Good Trouble” for Second Season

The Troublecontinues for Cierra Ramirez

Freeform has picked up its critically praised series Good Trouble, starring the 23-year-old Latina actress, for a second season.

Cierra Ramirez

The pickup comes amid the show’s solid ratings. Last week’s episode “Playing The Game,” marked Freeform’s top drama telecast since June 2018 among women 18-34 and females 12-34 and ranked as cable’s No. 1 scripted series among females 12-34.

Good Trouble follows Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Ramirez) as they embark on the next phase of their young adult lives in Los Angeles, as Mariana tackles the male-dominated world of tech and Callie faces the harsh realities of the federal legal system clerking for a federal judge. After moving to The Coterie in Downtown Los Angeles, Callie and Mariana realize that living on their own is not all that it’s cracked up to be. Faced with new neighbors, new challenges and, of course, new romances, the sisters must depend on one another to navigate the City of Angels.

Good Troubleis a spinoff of Freeform’s The Fosters.

Ramirez to Star in Lifetime’s Television Movie “Drink, Slay, Love”

Cierra Ramirez is taking a bite out of a new project…

The 21-year-old Latina actress and The Fosters star will star in Drink, Slay, Love, a television movie based on Sarah Beth Durst’s novel of the same name.

Cierra Ramirez

Directed by Vanessa Parise, the film follows Pearl, portrayed by Ramirez, a typical 16-year-old vampire — fond of blood, allergic to the sun, and generally pretty evil. After a mysterious attack leaves her able to survive in the daylight, Pearl’s powerful family quickly takes advantage of this new ability, sending her to high school to gather fresh young blood for an upcoming feast in honor of the Vampire King. The only problem is that Pearl is starting to grow a conscience. How can she serve up her new friends to be slaughtered? Then again, she’s definitely dead if she lets her family down.

Gregg Sulkin, Zach Peladeau, McKaley Miller, Angelique Rivera, Sarah Desjardins and Jasmine Sky Sarin will co-star.

The pic was adapted by Eirene Donohue, with Sheri Singer of Just Singer Entertainment serving as executive producer along with Bella Thorne.

Shooting has already started and the film is set to air on Lifetime in early 2017.

Ramirez Releases Video for New Single “Faded”

Cierra Ramirez is stepping into the music world…

The 21-year-old Latina actress/singer, best known for her role as Mariana Adams-Foster in the ABC Family/Freeform series The Fosters, has released the official music video for new single “Faded.”

Cierra Ramirez

Signed to Tribeca Music Group, Ramirez — nicknamed “Miss Thang” — is growing out of her beloved television persona on FThe Fosters and into her music career with a pop and R&B sound.

Ramirez released her first EP, Discreet, on Monday, with six pop/R&B tracks, including “Faded.”

The “Faded” clip is the first video to come from Ramirez’s new EP.

“A lot of artists and projects get presented to me, but Cierra has that something special that I knew my listeners would react to,” DJ Carisma of L.A.’s Real 92.3 tells Billboard in a statement. “We cut some great records, and Cierra slayed on the vocals and shines in the video. Young California welcomes a new #YoungQueen.”

The sexy pop video features Ramirez alongside hip-hop artist Casey Veggies and Canadian artist Honey C.

Derbez Signs Exclusive First-Look Deal with Pantelion Films

Eugenio Derbez is ready to make more crossover films… And, he now has the support to produce them.

The 53-year-old Mexican writer, director and star of the hit Spanish-language comedy Instructions Not Included, has signed an exclusive first-look deal with Lionsgate/Grupo Televisa’s Pantelion Films.

Eugenio Derbez

The pact keeps Derbez in business with the label that released his record-setting Spanish-language film last year.

The deal was made via Derbez’s newly launched 3PasStudios, a partnership with former Pantelion president of production Benjamin Odell. 3Pas will focus on Spanish- and English-language films targeted at Latino and crossover audiences in the U.S.

Instructions Not Included became the highest-grossing Spanish-language film ever released in the U.S. when it opened last year. Pantelion also is behind biopic Cantinflas which has pulled in $3.6M since it opened last weekend in 382 theaters.

Derbez’s film credits include Under The Same Moon, also among the highest-grossing Spanish language films released in the U.S.

He and Odell first worked together on Sangre de Mi Sangre in 2006, starring Derbez, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and for which Odell was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. Odell also produced Pantelion’s 2012 release Girl In Progress, starring Eva Mendes, Cierra Ramirez, Patricia Arquette and Derbez, and he is producing Pantelion’s upcoming drama Spare Parts, starring Marisa Tomei, Jamie Lee Curtis and George Lopez, scheduled for release on January 16, 2015.