One of The Bold Type’s stars has some harsh but honest words about the series, particularly the lack of representation and some confusing storylines.Read More →

Love is messy. I don’t care what kind of love we’re talking her. It’s all messy. And yet, that’s what makes it great. There isn’t one right way. Which means it’s open to interpretation. Which also means you’re allowed to make mistakes. But, in the case of The Bold Type,Read More →

Kat, Sutton, and Jane have a friendship that can not be rivaled. The three of them are always there for each other – supporting and having each others back. They are what makes The Bold Type special. That and sometimes aggravating. But overall we love it. This week’s episode isRead More →

We’ve got the images for the upcoming episode of The Bold Type. It’s entitled Snow Day. I really want a snow day right now. But that’s besides the point. In this weeks episode, “A blizzard halts NYC and Kat is trapped at her new job with her nemesis. Sutton strugglesRead More →

We’re staring down a season finale with more questions than answers, especially after this penultimate episode. What’s next for Jane and Ryan? Is Kat willing to risk her job for what’s right? Is Sutton actually going to move to San Francisco — especially with her dream job right in front of her?Read More →

The Bold Type always manages to deliver great hours of television. Its mix of humor, seriousness, and its focus on the beautiful friendship and individuality of its characters is something so wonderful. But what’s also so incredible about this show is how it’s able to address important topics in our world. Topics that aren’t necessarily talked about enough.Read More →

I’ve never been one for running. Running away from someone chasing me or just running in the gym. But, luckily, marathons don’t always involve running, as evidenced by The Bold Type‘s latest episode. Sutton said it best in this episode: “Life’s a marathon.” A marathon is a journey, something weRead More →

There’s something freeing about embracing the future. Opening your mind to new possibilities, regardless of how scary and unknown they might be. But it’s also important to honor the past, which without it we wouldn’t have a future to look forward to. That’s what The Bold Type reminded us inRead More →