The fictional Scarlet Magazine will be out and running again from June 12 onwards as ‘The Bold Type’ returns. Social media editor Kat (Aisha Dee), fashion assistant Sutton (Meghann Fahy), and now ex-Scarlet writer Jane (Katie Stevens) return to Freeform this summer to get into some more media-industry related drama.
In the two-hour season premiere of Freeform’s breakout hit series Jane, Kat and Sutton are each faced with new beginnings and wrestle with the changes in their careers, friendships and love lives. The series return with a special two-episode premiere at 8 pm EDT/PDT. The first episode will be available one week early to Hulu subscribers, beginning Tuesday, June 5.
In the first episode titled ‘Feminist Army,’ Jane is excited to publish her first big piece for Incite, especially since she’s writing about a female CEO she admires, and she knows Jacqueline will be reading it. Sutton is thrilled when a new corporate policy seems to give her and Richard the green light on
their romance and Adena grows frustrated when Kat seems too eager to flaunt their burgeoning relationship.
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In the second hour with an episode titled ‘Rose Colored Glasses,’ Kat bristles when Alex recommends she highlight that she is black in her company bio. However, while introducing her parents to Adena, Kat is forced to confront how her avoidance of labels has affected her life.
Sutton is horrified when she discovers her fellow fashion assistants think she was asked to organize a photo shoot featuring “honorable men” for reasons other than her talent, while Jane tries to defend herself after the fallout from her Incite article, which doesn’t go as planned.
‘The Bold Type’ stars Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy, Sam Page, Matt Ward, Nikohl Boosheri, Stephen Conrad Moore and Melora Hardin as Jacqueline, editor in chief of Scarlet Magazine. The series is executive produced by Amanda Lasher, Sarah Watson, David Bernad, Joanna Coles and Ruben Fleischer. Holly Whidden is co-executive producer. The series is a co-production between Freeform, Universal Television and The District production.
If you’ve not watched the drama yet, you can catch up with season one Hulu, Freeform.com and the Freeform app.