The Bold Type is a series for girls. That's how it is and it doesn't hide it at any time. The protagonists are three young veinteañeras who work in different departments of a women's fashion magazine: A journalist with aspirations to become relevant with her articles, head of social networks of publication and a secretary loving Fashion that looks for an opportunity to devote to what he likes. Three young, ambitious women with dreams and work aspirations. Three women for whom love issues are just one more factor in ir lives and not ir axis, something that is not so normal to find in fiction. Women who live in ir world, who doubt, who make wrong decisions, who have fears that y share with ir friends. Women who support or women. Young people for whom your mobile is an extension of mselves.
Who does not see Bold Type (in Spain, Amazon Prime Video emits now second season) may think that it is a series more girls, what laziness, I know how it is. But when you enter it and you start to connect with your universe, it is easy to recognize in it. Its protagonists are still growing and looking for ir place in world, and so y make mistakes and have doubts. And y have a boss who, too, is a supportive and supportive woman. In front of model of head of magazine of devil dresses of Prada or even of current Dietland, Jacqueline Carlyle of series encourages its subordinates and encourages m to improve and develop professionally.
Cool, interesting, well-built characters and a good combination of light and or more serious storylines — from breast cancer to sexual abuse, immigrant problems, or exploration of sexual identity — Bold Type hits To show feminine friendship from a realistic point of view. And by putting professional women and ir whole universe (and not just loving one) in center.Premieres of SemanaConsulta calendar Completo23lunes24martesColonySyfyTemporada 325miércoles26jueves27viernes28sábadoOrange Is New BlackMovistar SeriesTemporada 629domingo share in Facebook Share on Twitter OtrosCerrarCompartir on LinkedinCompartir in GooglePlusCompartir on Pinterest more information
- ' The Bold Type ', women who support women