Critic Consensus: Smart, hip, and exuberantly performed, The Bold Type sharply blends its soapy plotting with workplace drama that feels very of-the-moment.
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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.
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.
All three young women bring the kind of enthusiasm and wide-eyed look at life in the big city that made Sex and the City such an instant hit.
You might think you're too jaded to fall for a series like this. But in reality, it's tough to make it through an episode -- or, as I did, the first four -- without finding yourself strangely and startlingly invested in the series and its charming cast.
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