Departing from the seemingly constant YA formula, audiences will not find the characters in Josh Thomas’ Freeform series, Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, hunting down killers, solving mysteries, or engaging with the supernatural. Instead, this “core four” delves deep into conversations surrounding queer identity, autism, grief, adolescence, and more extremely relatable, real-life topics. 

The dark-comedy centers around Josh, who plays Nicholas, a twenty-something Australian who is now tasked with raising his two half-sisters after their father passes away. Trying navigate his own chaotic life and his new relationship with boyfriend Alex (Adam Faison), all while being a parental figure to his teen sisters, the series focuses on the imperfect family and the ups and downs in their lives.

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