In just three seasons (churned out with the speed of Jacqueline Carlyle hitting “publish” on a Microsoft Word document), Freeform’s The Bold Type became the kind of chaotic TV confection we can’t imagine not having in our lives.
Based loosely on the New York magazine and media scene and with such brazen liberties as “the internet is bad,” The Bold Type is a show to fume at and adore in equal measure. To celebrate its Season 4 premiere, we looked back on three Bold seasons and the things we learned from this magnetic mess of a show.
1. Real mistakes are bold enough to freeze frame
If you’re not throwing your coffee down the staircase of Safford Tower and getting dressed on the literal streets of Brooklyn, are you really one of The Bold Type? Each episode, Jane, Kat, and Sutton have treated us to freeze frames of their greatest mishaps — sometimes with narration from Cosmo editor Joanna Coles or a miscellaneous British lady! Read more…
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