There was a lot of speculation as to why he left The Fosters . Talks of bad behavior on and off set went around. Around this time, Austin says he fell into “the trap of being in Hollywood, running with the wrong crowd, making some bad choices and also not taking the work seriously.”
The Fosters Finds Its New Jesus . Jesus will have a different look when he returns to The Fosters later this season. The ABC Family drama has recast the role of Mariana’s twin brother — originally played by Jake T. Austin — with Noah Centineo (Austin & Ally), the network announced Monday.
Jesus has ADHD and was fiercely protective of his twin. As a teenager, he was an athlete who wrestled to help manage his ADHD and anger issues. After surviving a TBI when a nail gun recoiled into his head, he was forced to reevaluate his life and learn how to live again.
Austin was also the original actor who portrayed Jesus Foster on the ABC Family family/teen drama series The Fosters. His feature film credits include co-starring roles in Hotel for Dogs, New Year’s Eve, Rio and The Emoji Movie.
Freeform Canceled The Fosters In 2018 Karey Burke, then Freeform’s executive vice president of programming and development, suggested the decision was made because the Foster kids were growing up and flying the nest, but a dip in ratings may have had something to do with it too.
Callie and Brandon , after five seasons of tension, didn’t end up together . They did what would happen in the real world: They moved on. At the wedding, the show flashes through Callie and Brandon’s love affair. Years have passed, and Brandon is deeply in love with a cellist.
Jariana is the sibling pairing between Jesus and Mariana Adams Foster. They share a strong bond with each other due to them being twins and only having each other throughout their early childhood.
One Actor Will Not Return For Season 3. “The Fosters ” Season 2 ended with major drama—including a death. Twins Jesus (Jake T. Austin) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) were in a car accident with their birth mother Ana (Alexandra Barreto) while she was going into labor.
Jesus Foster got into a terrible car crash in the season two finale of The Fosters and it was announced shortly after that Jake T. Austin, who played Jesus, would be leaving the show. The weird thing was, the show didn’t kill Jesus off, but decided to replace him with a new actor named Noah Centineo .
That answer is The Fosters and Emma’s now-terminated pregnancy with boyfriend Jesus (Noah Centineo). The young woman (Amanda Leighton) decided to have an abortion in last week’s “Sex Ed” and brought her boyfriend’s brother Brandon (David Lambert) for support.
In “The Fosters ” season 4 , episode 10 titled “Collateral Damage” that aired last August, Jesus was knocked out after trying to protect Mariana from Nick. Meanwhile, Callie pursued Johnson’s true killer and ended up in a car with the potential suspect, Troy.
Callie and Arizona have a five-year relationship, ultimately marrying in season 7 and divorcing in season 11. Callie starts a new relationship with Penny Blake and leaves to go to New York with her in the season 12 finale.
Austin confirmed his departure on Twitter, following the season-two finale in March, which had his character involved in a car accident. This month’s premiere revealed that Jesus didn’t die in the cliffhanger but went off to boarding school.