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'The Fosters' Callie & Brandon Were Never Going To End Up Together, Showrunner Says

'The Fosters' Callie & Brandon Were Never Going To End Up Together, Showrunner Says

As much as we all love the pairing of Callie and Brandon on The Fosters, they were never going to end up together at the end of the series.

Executive producer and co-showrunner Joanna Johnson opened up about just why the couple weren’t end game with TVLine.

“We decided pretty early on that we didn’t think they should be together, because we liked them better as family,” she shares. “Also, [we wanted] to respect the rules of foster care. Foster siblings cannot be involved, and we really wanted to make that message clear to people, because we do think that’s the right thing.”

“We really wanted to really end that love story and close that door, but have them really acknowledge how much they care about each other, and how they’d rather have each other in their lives forever than have some romance that could have flamed out,” she adds. “It was nice to acknowledge that, yes, there is a certain chemistry between these two, but it’s not something they’re going to ever act on again.”

Joanna adds that seeing Brandon get married to Eliza was a very different thing for Callie than it was for anyone else in the family.

For everyone in the family, it’s like, “Oh, my God, one of us is getting married already!” and for the moms, it’s like, “I can’t believe one of our children is getting married,” but for Callie, it’s a special thing. I don’t know that we had ever completely resolved their feelings in the series, in the sense that once she was adopted, Brandon had to move out for a while and go live with Mike.”

She continues, “They haven’t been living in the same house now for five years, on and off. They’ve been in college. Did that distance make them feel like, “Maybe we could be together”? They didn’t grow up together, so it’s not like it’s that strange. It could['ve] happen[ed].”

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Meg DeLacy Opens Up About Brandon & Grace's Once in a Lifetime Love Story on 'The Fosters'

Meg DeLacy Opens Up About Brandon & Grace's Once in a Lifetime Love Story on 'The Fosters'

WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD — DO NOT READ IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW!

Last night’s spring finale of The Fosters truly was a heartbreaker — as Grace died in Brandon’s arms.

Meg DeLacy recently opened up about the “rough” episode where the couple came to terms with what was ahead for them.

“[It was] probably some of my most depressing days to be honest,” Meg shared with HollywoodLife. “It has been so real for my co-star [David Lambert] and me playing Brandon and Grace for the last year, and it all came together that last week.”

Meg continued that the episode did focus on their “Romeo and Juliet-esq situation”.

“She let her mind take over her heart before realizing it, and she finally put herself in his shoes,” she says. “Even that would have been hard for Brandon Foster to deal with…it was a heartbreaking reality for them.”

However, Meg knows, and all the fans know, that Grace and Brandon’s love story will live on.

“They really make each other better,” she adds. “Together they learned how to love, play music, and be honest. Sure they had their hardships, but they managed to grow from them together and independently. They also found that true love of a lifetime.”

If you missed it, listen to Grace and Brandon’s “theme song”, “Trapeze”, performed by Meg below!

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'The Fosters' Cast Head to Turks & Caicos To Film a Wedding - Get the Details!

'The Fosters' Cast Head to Turks & Caicos To Film a Wedding - Get the Details!

You may have seem some sketchy Instagram posts from Cierra Ramirez and Maia Mitchell and wondering what’s going on…

While filming was thought to be wrapped on The Fosters, and the spinoff was green-lit with the two girls, their trip to Turks & Caicos wasn’t much of a surprise, until more cast mates posted photos – and now we have the scoop!

According to EW, the cast all took a trip to the tropical paradise for Mike and Anna’s wedding.

“Life has taken the Fosters all sorts of places, and we’ve done plenty of ceremonies in the backyard of the house, but we thought a celebration this size called for a trip to Beaches Resort in Turks & Caicos,” EP Peter Paige said.

Click inside to see all the cast photos in Turks & Caicos… More Here! »

'The Fosters' Cast Dish on Who Stole What From Set on 'Ellen Show'

'The Fosters' Cast Dish on Who Stole What From Set on 'Ellen Show'

The cast of The Fosters show off their new family size knit sweater during their debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing today (February 19)!

The Fosters-Adams – Teri Polo, Sherri Saum, Maia Mitchell, David Lambert, Cierra Ramirez, Hayden Byerly, and Noah Centineo – squeezed into the sweater that says “A close-knit family forever” across it.

During their appearance, they reveal who stole what from the set after the last day of filming. Sherri said there may or may not be a pan from the kitchen missing.

Check out the cast playing a hilarious game of Blindfolded Musical Chairs!

Tune in THIS afternoon (February 19) to watch The Fosters cast make their Ellen DeGeneres Show debut.

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'The Fosters' Cast Make 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' Debut, Play Blindfold Musical Chairs

'The Fosters' Cast Make 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' Debut, Play Blindfold Musical Chairs

The Fosters cast has finally made their debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show!

During their appearance, the Fosters-Adams clan – Teri Polo, Sherri Saum, Maia Mitchell, David Lambert, Cierra Ramirez, Hayden Byerly, and Noah Centineo – played a fun game of blindfolded musical chairs.

Noah and Teri proved to be some tough competition throughout the game. Watch below to see who won!

Ellen talked to the cast about working in the studio next door and never running into each other, and even gifted them a series wrap gift.

The cast’s debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show will air TOMORROW (February 19), check your local listings to see when it will air.

The Fosters is off this week, but tune in next Tuesday (February 27) for a brand new episode on Freeform.

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