The Bold Type (baby review)

Freeform’s drama “The Bold Type” smashes the glass ceiling of journalism through a stereotypically unlikely medium: a women’s magazine. This women-dominated cast tackles issues surrounding gender, race, sexuality, health, politics and privilege while following the lives of Kat, Jane and Sutton, best friends and employees of “Scarlet Magazine.” Though their New York City lives might look glamorous on the surface, these three women are wading through the occupational hazards of communications while also balancing friendships, family and all the personal growth that comes with being twenty-something.

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