Timothy Busfield
Review: A rainbow-bright future for 'The Fosters'
Review: A rainbow-bright future for 'The Fosters'

Although it has some of the new-colt wobbliness common to newborn series, "The Fosters," which premieres Monday on ABC Family, gets on its legs pretty quickly. Created by the alliterative team of Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige, whose main previous writing credit is the short-lived CW reality series "Fly Girls" — a peek back into the archives reminds me that I did not like it much at all — and with Jennifer Lopez as a celebrity executive producer, it is a blended-family series that leaves no stone unblended. The kids are biological, adopted and fostered, white and Latino; the parents are black and white, and lesbians: Stef (Teri Polo), who's a cop, and...