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Until Tomorrow
Season 4, Episode 20
Until Tomorrow 9
First Aired April 11, 2017
Viewers (millions) TBA
Writer(s) Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige
Director(s) Peter Paige
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Until Tomorrow is the twentieth and season finale of Season 4 of The Fosters. It is the eighty-first episode overall. It aired on April 11, 2017.

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Callie faces a life-changing decision to take a plea deal and go to jail for three years, or go to trial and risk an even longer sentence. Even though Callie struggles with her own situation, she tries to help Diamond out of hers which becomes extremely dangerous. With only 24 hours to make a difference in Callie’s case, Stef and Mike ramp up their investigation into the Martha Johnson murder bringing in as many leads as possible. Lena confronts Drew about his campaign to make a major change at Anchor Beach Community Charter School, while Mariana rallies her fellow students to protest. Meanwhile, Jesus starts to put together the pieces about Emma.

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The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Promo “Until Tomorrow” Freeform00:50

The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Promo “Until Tomorrow” Freeform

The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Sneak Peek Jesus’s Dream About Emma Freeform01:24

The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Sneak Peek Jesus’s Dream About Emma Freeform

The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Sneak Peek Callie’s Plea Deal Freeform01:18

The Fosters Season 4, Episode 20 Sneak Peek Callie’s Plea Deal Freeform

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