“You’re gonna see new types of horror scenes. You’re gonna see scenes so scary that we’re still not quite sure how we’re gonna get them on network TV.” Jeremy Slater, creator of FOX’s “The Exorcist,“ makes some pretty bold claims about the forthcoming second season of the series in this brand new first look video, […]
Glossier's gorgeous new campaign touting its latest product launch--an oil-based body wash and body lotion combo called Body Hero--showcases five women with very different body types. They each look luminous, and all appear in the nude. Show More Summary
At first glance, Freeform's The Bold Type might come across as a series of cliches doomed for cancellation. The feel-good Summer dramedy produced by former Cosmopolitan editor in chief Joanna Coles follows 20-somethings Jane Sloan (Katie...Show More Summary
The future of The Bold Type is uncertain. The show has yet to receive a season 2 renewal and it doesn't help fan anxieties that season 1 ended on a series of cliffhangers. In an interview with TVLine, executive producer Sarah Watson tried to assuage some fan fears. Show More Summary
When The Bold Type promos first started airing, it didn't look like the show it actually was. It looked like Sex and the City but younger, a show where young women wore fashionable...
Consider this our official plea to Freeform: The Bold Type must absolutely be renewed. The series just ended its stellar first season, and while yes, there were some endings, it was a...
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When I worked for Joanna Coles at Cosmopolitan.
After nine episodes full of laughs, tears and tons of OMG moments, the first season of The Bold Type comes to a close with episode 10. Our trio of girls has a lot of loose ends to tie up. Jane has accepted the job at Incite but still hasn't announced that she's leaving. Show More Summary
"There was that struggle of wanting to give a satisfying conclusion to all the characters' storylines while at the same time giving it a place to go if and when, god willing, we get a season two," showrunner Sarah Watson tells THR. read more
The Bold Type capped off a stellar season with an even more stellar season finale full of tears, laughter and a few dangling cliffhangers that are sure to drive us nuts. How will Sutton (Meghan Fahy) and Richard make their turbulentShow More Summary
The Bold Type on Freeform at 9:01pm ET. First season finale. American Horror Story: Election Night on FX at 10:00pm ET. Seventh season premiere. I thought this season was going to be called "Cult"? Whatever. Listen, Ryan Murphy, I don't...
It's been a bumpy road so far for Kat on The Bold Type. Her career is going better than ever but her love life just seems to get more and more complicated. The successful social media maven has seen her department grow at Scarlet, yet had to watch her on-again-off-again flame Adena board a plane and fly away from her arms.
‘Carry the Weight’ A satisfying summer finale for this showI have watched a lot of different shows this summer. None of them are like The Bold Type though. This season has been a real joy to watch unfold. ‘Carry the Weight’ is the summer finale, and it is a fitting end for this season. Show More Summary
Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 | Finales for “Shooter,” “The Bold Type” and “The Fosters.”
The Bold Type, Freeform's new show that focuses on the careers and lives of three friends working at fictional Scarlet magazine, feels like the most 2017 show on the air right now. The show isn't afraid to tackle controversial issues, whether dealing with immigration, online bullying or free the nipple. Show More Summary
The standout star of Freeform's summer drama talks with THR about paying her dues selling cupcakes and pushing beyond the 'American Idol' stigma. read more
Freeform’s The Bold Type, about millennials trying to make it at a Cosmo-like magazine, is full of delightful surprises — the most delightful of which may be the show’s constant roasting of our dear president, Donald J.Trump, in last night’s penultimate episode of the season. The women of the show, both ... More »
There is one show on my assignment list that never fails to disappoint as far as providing ample writing material. Freeform’s The Bold Type, which centers around three young women who work at fictional Scarlet magazine (based on real-life...Show More Summary
The Bold Type got a visit from President Trump tonight (or at least New York City did), and they pulled no punches when it came to jokes at Trump's expense. The president's motorcade that rolled through Manhattan and 45's dinner reservations...Show More Summary