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It's a long, long way from All the President's Men, but what The Bold Type does, smartly, is give us a glimpse of what the battle to stay in business looks like.
Despite this shiny veneer, The Bold Type channels its inner Teen Vogue by weaving in weighty stories about self-expression, politics, equality, sexuality, religion and freedom.
The Bold Type's ability to pull off so many small feminist victories in just two episodes is fun to watch; that those feminist victories exist in this format is extra exciting.
I'm not asking for Loachian realism, but show me these women in tracky bottoms weeping over their stiletto-induced bunions and The Bold Type could count on my subscription.
If The Bold Type keeps finding ways to make its characters, their friendships, and their aspirations as much compelling fun as the first couple of episodes have, it'll make for one of the more satisfying rom-coms out there, TV show or no.
The connection between Kat, who is newly bisexual, and Adena, a Muslim lesbian, is one of the highlights of the show.
Each episode succeeds in arousing an energy that is genuinely, if flimsily, unifying and empowering.
The Bold Type wants its viewers to consider important political and social issues, while also enjoying the endless wardrobe options of the Scarlet Magazine fashion closet.
[The writers] have amazing story ideas and a perfect cast with a wide range, but they need better execution.
In some ways, The Bold Type isn't just an homage to or extension of those previous looks at life in a highly fashionable New York City; its something of a response to them.
Audience Reviews for The Bold Type: Season 1
Apr 25, 2019Light and committed at the same time. I love these three girls.
Aug 23, 2018Don't know what it was about this first season but i couldn't stand it
Jul 04, 2018The best show its sooooooo good I'm n love with it #the bold type all day xoxoxo
Nov 07, 2017LOVE this show! Is absolute hilarious and spot on to real life problems and issues that makes and females experience today. ??
Oct 30, 2017The Bold Type: The Breast Issue The Bold Type is a scripted show on the Freeform network that explores the life of the women who work for a magazine in New York City called Scarlet. The executive producer of the show was once the editor-in-chief of the magazine Cosmopolitan, which is where the influence for the show came from. The Bold Type focuses on the life of three women that work for the magazine. It reflects their private their life, and their jobs at the magazine. The Breast Issue episode of The Bold Type was a great episode that goes on to talk about a blood gene test that checks for mutations in a gene called BRCA 1 and 2. It tells you your chance of getting breast or ovarian cancer. In this case it is breast cancer. One of the main characters, Jane, was assigned to the article about getting the gene testing done for women in their twenties. This is when the episode starts to take a turn to a more serious note because the actress Katie Stevens, who plays the role of Jane, really starts to show her compassion for this subject. All her friends know that it is a touchy subject, but she still tells everyone that she is okay. Acting Katie Stevens was definitely the right person to cast for this role. With this show being a comedy, she was able to put her serious face on and get the job done. In her break out show Faking It, she always seemed more like a serious actor. I am not sure if it was just who her character was or if that was just the kind of actor she was trying to be. Connection to Characters The creator of this makes it easy for you to connect with all of the characters. Aisha Dee who plays the role of Kat, is a free will character that just goes with the flow of life. Which is almost a complete opposite from her role in Sweet Vicious where she was an uptight sorority girl. Having a relatable, a realistic character like her really adds onto the show. It was also nice to see her in a more upbeat role, I feel like it fits her better. Moral of the Story This episode teaches you a great lesson, which is do not let fear consume you. Once you let it consume you, you let it control your actions. One of the characters in this episode goes through a situation where they find themselves going through this. The writer of this show does great with putting these types of morals in the episodes. Overall Overall, this show is a great addition to the Freeform channel. Everything about this show screams amazing. The characters, the story line, the morals and the acting. I feel like a show of this type was definitely needed and long overdue. That is why I give this show 5 out of 5 stars.
Oct 27, 2017Great series, I am guilty of doubting it at first..
Oct 12, 2017Love this show!!!! And melora Hardin is spectacular
Oct 11, 2017Didn't really care for the Pilot when I first saw it. But then I saw that this got a 100% certified somehow, so I decided I had to at least re-watch the first episode. Watched it on the Freeform app, and then saw that they also had the second episode free without log sign in, so I did that as well. After watching two episodes, the second being tied for the highest rated of the series, I can say that this is not for me. But I guess I understand why people like it. I would have tried to watch more episodes, but I don't get to use the TV (for On Demand) very much, and I just heard it was renewed for two more seasons with a different showrunner. Not interested anymore. But, before I end this, I have one critical critique uh type thing to do say, and that's that Melora Hardin killed kills it, and honestly the show should have been about her. I would have watched that. I also liked, I believe the character name was Alex? The black guy that was a writer, and was helpful to Jane in the first episode, and was the writer for Adena in the second episode.
Sep 16, 2017Wasn't expecting to love it as much as I did! Relevant, funny, real.
Sep 12, 2017Best Freeform show yet.