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Tuesday, 09 October 2012 16:20

Jennifer Lopez's ABC Family Pilot The Fosters Cast

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The TV project of Jennifer Lopez, The Fosters, centered on a lesbian couple will be developed in an one-hour pilot on ABC and now we know who will play the main characters as those which will play the children.


The Fosters tells the story of Stef and Lena Foster, a mixed-race couple who are raising Stef’s biological son Brandon, along with several adopted children. When Lena decides to take in Callie, a troubled teen with an abusive past, Callie’s disruptive ways threaten to turn the Fosters’ lives upside down. Brandon, who has a warm relationship with his two moms and adoptive siblings, is instantly drawn to Callie.

The parents will be played by the actresses Sherri SaumSherri Saum and Teri PoloTeri Polo. According to The Hollywood ReporterThe Hollywood Reporter, Polo, who recently starred in ABC's Man Up, will portray Stef, who is described as a tough but kind police officer not eager to add to the large family. She soon realizes that her family might be Callie's best hope for a better life.

Saum, who also appeared on HBO's In Treatment, will play Lena, an altruistic school principal determiend to save as many kids as she can. She agrees to take Callie in without Stef's knowledge.

The actor David LambertDavid Lambert will play as for him their son Brandon. He will play in particular with Maia MitchellMaia Mitchell (Callie).


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