The third season of The Bold Type premiered on Freeform this month, but most people still haven’t heard of this amazing show. It focuses on three young women working for fictional women’s magazine, and here’s why it should be on your watch list.
The Bold Type is one of the rare shows that perfectly portrays the complexity of female friendship, focusing on characters who are extremely supportive of each other.
Relationship between the three main characters wouldn’t be so magnetic if leading ladies Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, and Meghann Fahy didn’t have such a great chemistry, as well.
The Bold Type does give us a glimpse into a romantic life of its leads, but their professional life remains the main focus throughout the series.
This series doesn’t shy away from addressing important social issues, and it’s one of the most progressive feminist shows on TV right now.
The Bold Type takes TV trope of an evil boss and turns it on its head. Jacqueline Carlyle is the anti-Miranda Priestly and she proves that bosses who support and inspire their employees can be equally powerful characters.