Peter Paige (CFA’91) and Krista Vernoff (CFA’93) talk about Good Trouble
CFA alums Peter Paige (CFA’91) and Krista Vernoff (CFA’93) talked about The Fosters spin-off series, Good Trouble, in LA during a screening for BU alumni. Created by Paige, Joanna Johnson, and Bradley Bredeweg, the new series tackles racial injustice and tells stories in a non-linear structure.
For much of Peter Paige’s Hollywood career, the actor, writer, and director has striven to make gay people more visible on television, first playing Emmett Honeycutt on Showtime’s groundbreaking Queer as Folk, working as a creator and executive producer of The Fosters, an award-winning series about an interracial lesbian couple and their blended family, and now with Good Trouble. With his work, Peter Paige helps shape audiences’ evolving attitudes toward the LGBTQ community.
Read a review of Good Trouble in Variety.
Read Peter Paige’s feature in CFA magazine.