Freeform’s exceptional series, The Bold Type, remains faithful to its characters until the very end
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< Previous | Next > The Bold Type | Season 3 The ladies of The Bold Type leap into the unknown, each of them tackling new and exciting career paths.
< Previous | Next > The Bold Type | Season 3 The Bold Type tackles its first issue of the season, embroiling Alex in the wrong side of the MeToo movement, while Sutton and Kat dip their toe in new careers and Jane pushes herself out of her comfort zone.
In the second episode of its third season, Kat finds a worthy cause, Jane struggles with vulnerability and commitment and Sutton struggles to work out what’s wrong with Oliver. Meanwhile, Jacqueline and new Head of Digital Patrick come to blows.
As this is a review, there will be some discussion of plot points happening in this episode. It is probably best to read this after having watched the episode. The Bold Type gives an assured start to its third season, advancing the existing plot lines and continuing to deliver us three-dimensional and realistic characters.