Jesus will make a comeback in season 3 of The Fosters, but we will not see Jake T Austin in the role.
TV Guide reported that Disney channel's Noah Centineo will be taking over from Austin on the ABC Family drama. He will have his first episode when the second half of the show returns in 2016.
When we last saw Jesus, he had survived a car accident with Mariana and Ana and made it safely to boarding school. It is as yet unclear how the show will use Jesus going forward, but since Centineo has been named a series regular, it seems likely that he will be around for more than special occasions.
Centineo's first appearance might coincide with Jesus coming home for the summer, around the fall premiere, which would explain the actor's status as a series regular in the series.
Meanwhile, in the new episode airing on 29 June, fans will see Lena's half brother in town and Cole inviting Callie and Jude Connor to an LGBTQ prom.
Episode 4 is titled More Than Words, and the official synopsis reads as follows: When Lena's half-brother Nate (guest star Travis Schuldt, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) comes for a visit with Lena and her parents, Lena aims to get an apology for an offensive name he called her mother years ago. Meanwhile, Cole invites Callie, Jude and Connor to an LGBTQ prom.
The Fosters airs on Mondays at 8pm on ABC Family.