Putting together a magazine is not an easy task, requiring a lot of teamwork to finish the job and get the publication on newsstand shelves. That's why the staffers responsible for producing global women's magazine Scarlet lean on one another as they try to find their own voices. While working together to publish each issue of the periodical, they struggle to find their identities, manage friendships and find love. The drama series is inspired by the life of longtime magazine editor and executive Joanna Coles, who serves as an executive producer.
The Bold Type is like Sex and the City meets The Devil Wears Prada, but in the best way possible.
- Avery Brese, Bust Magazine
"Stealth feminism" is the best way to understanding the kind of show that The Bold Type is trying to, and largely succeeds at, being: the perfect 40-minute dramedy program for the summer of 2017.
- Deborah Krieger, PopMatters
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.
- Hanh Nguyen, indieWire
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Scarlet is a magazine with a reputation for being an empty, non-feminist fashion magazine sprinkled with quizzes and sex tips, but in reality it much more than that. It dives deeper and strives to be a feminist publication that is willing to tackle big issues amongst more frivolous topics, all the while providing its readers advice and intriguing stories.
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— Sutton to Kat