Sutton’s doing it — she’s finally moving out and making her relationship with Richard a priority.
Relationship woes are a given, but at least I’ll have the comfort of knowing that this couple will stay together for a good chunk of episodes. I don’t want to have to keep worrying.
Sutton’s transition from living in a one bedroom apartment with Jane to living in a penthouse with Richard wasn’t going to be without issues.
Her biggest gripe? Having the maid do her laundry.
I found it odd that Sutton scoffed at her rich boyfriend having a maid and even made some comments about him growing up with privilege.
That’s the man you fell in love with, girl!
The more her schedule at Scarlet intensified, the more it made sense for the maid to do her laundry.
Yet, Sutton insisted that she’s going to handle it, which may just be her hanging onto the last piece of her old life.
Eventually, Richard did the laundry for her when he realized she didn’t even have any clean underwear which won him a gold star in the boyfriend book!
Sutton also dealt with the fallout of Oliver’s absence from two photoshoots.
When he failed to approve photos before the deadline, she paid him a little visit to find that he’s been M.I.A because he’s dealing with the courts to become the legal guardian of his ex-boyfriend’s daughter, Carly.
It was a moment that humanized Oliver and made us love him even more than we previously had while also proving that Sutton is able to handle any emergency situation flawlessly.
Also scoring his first boyfriend star? Pinstripe.
Ryan finally broke down Jane’s barrier when it came to her decision to freeze her eggs.
Jane’s point about leaving Ryan out of it was valid; they were in a new relationship and she didn’t want the seriousness to weigh things down.
But after Ryan kept insisting he wanted to be part of the journey, she should have realized that he isn’t Ben.
A major difference in their relationship is that Jane and Ryan have been friends for a while. He cares about her and wants to be there for her.
And while freezing her eggs doesn’t technically involve him at the moment, it may one day.
But for right now, he’s the guy she’s seeing and should be allowed to be part of the experience. Kat was right — the experience could allow them to grow closer together.
Now, going to doctor appointments with her may be a little too much. I’d even argue that co-writing a piece with her is pushing the limits.
Patrick, despite his best intentions, is not rubbing me the right way.
Aside from underestimating Jacqueline, he also crossed the line by forcing Jane to write a piece about something even after she voiced her opinion on the matter.
If Jane agreed to the piece, it would be a different story, but I really didn’t enjoy seeing a man tell a woman what to do with her body and her story.
And forcing her to do it with her current boyfriend? Even worse.
Kat has been a bit lost since her breakup with Adena, but after Patrick forced her to become more involved in social media and take a stand for something that truly mattered, she found the power in her voice.
When the Wild Susan, a safe haven bar for the LGBTQ community, announced that they would be shuttering their doors, Kat decided to take a stand and help them raise the money to stay open.
She threw a queer prom charity, which looked like a major success for a last minute shindig.
Her goal of raising $42K to pay off the bar’s outstanding debts and prevent developers from gentrifying and putting up luxury condos was brazen, and sadly, she fell short, but simply bringing all these people from all different walks of life for a last hurrah was successful.
During the event, Kat also learned that Councilman Reynolds was only pretending to care about the bar when in reality, he thought gentrifying was good business for the neighborhood.
Obviously, searching up the councilman’s opponent is going to lead Kat to eventually run herself.
They always say you should be the change you wish to see in the world.
Despite her heartbreak, it’s awesome to see Kat become such a champion for the queer community.
Much light comedy-dramas always base the leading lady’s success on the partner she’s managed to snag, but that’s never the case for this series.
Kat is blazing her own trail and figuring it out as she goes. Sutton and Jane may be in relationships, but they’ve always been these fierce and independent women that would be the same with or without a guy.
It’s refreshing to see on television.
- The vibrator fight was hilarious! I’ll miss seeing the two of them together!
- Who is going to be Jane’s new roommate? She definitely cannot afford to live alone.
- Sutton is me when I was moving. Packing up all your crap always shows you your true hoarderish side.
- Jacqueline bringing Sasha Velour to prove a point to Patrick was a boss move. Don’t mess with Jacqueline, punk.
- The line between Sutton and Richard’s personal/private life became a little blurry, but I think for their sakes, it’s best if they don’t talk about the nitty-gritty of business together. The less they both know that could get them in trouble, the better!
What did you think of The Bold Type? Which guy made you swoon more — Richard or Ryan?
WATCH: Freeform Drops ‘The Bold Type’ Fifth and Final Season Trailer
Raise a glass to the final season of The Bold Type.
Freeform unleashed a trailer for the final 6 episodes of the fashion-focused drama and things are heating up between old flames, while new ones are also on the horizon.
Kat is still trying to get over her problematic hook-up with Ava, while her ex, Adeena, is back in her life.
After a disagreement about children, Sutton and Richard ended their brief marriage. But it seems that all is not lost as the teaser shows them having trouble letting go (and still hooking up).
I have faith that Sutton and Richard will figure it out because they’ve always been #relationshipgoals.
Jane’s continuing to find her voice and is possibly, definitely developing feelings for a writer that’s “under her.”
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‘The Bold Type’ Announces Final Season Premiere Date
Mandatory meeting in the fashion closet.
The Bold Type previously announced that its fifth season will be its last, and now, we have a premiere date!
Freeform announced the series will return on Wednesday, May 26!
— The Bold Type (@TheBoldTypeTV) April 8, 2021
Per the synopsis, Kat, Jane, and Sutton are “on the brink of defining who they really are and how best to leave their mark on the world.”
Season 4 ended prematurely on July 16, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As a refresher, the season ended with Sutton and Richard splitting, Kat hooking up with Eva despite the two sharing significantly different political views and then calling things off, and Jane challenging Jacqueline on a controversial story that involved her husband while also possibly crushing on one of her writers.
The upcoming final season will be miniature in size as it will only feature six episodes.
‘The Bold Type’ Gets Renewed for Mini Fifth and Final Season
This calls for one final meeting in the fashion closet!
Freeform hit fans of the workplace drama with a mix of good news followed by immediate bad news. The ladies of The Bold Type are getting one more season, which will serve as a proper goodbye.
The network renewed the series for a fifth (yay!) and final (boo!) season on Wednesday, January 27.
“The Bold Type has been a gift that has truly changed my life,” executive producer Wendy Straker Hauser said in her own statement. “I spent my twenties in New York City working in magazines, so in many ways the show feels very personal to my experiences. I have truly loved writing this show and living in this world. I will miss it terribly, but I am so grateful for the opportunity and glad to know it’s been a comfort to so many people out there.”
According to the network, the final season will see the “trio is on the brink of defining who they really are and how best to leave their mark on the world. Their futures are bright, and their love and support for each other will never change.”
The final season will consist of 6 episodes, which doesn’t seem like nearly enough to wrap up all the cliffhangers of season 4. We’ve spent so much time with these girls — getting to know them, going through the ups and downs, growing and crying with them — that 6 episodes feels like a disservice to fans.
Even though the fourth season was cut short due to the pandemic, Kat, Sutton, and Jane still had a lot going on.
Sutton’s (Meghann Fahy) marriage to Richard was falling apart after the two had a disagreement about children. In a moment of recklessness, she slept with her married high school boyfriend. Jane (Katie Stevens) was developing feelings for one of her employees and pursuing a controversial piece about an inappropriate workplace romance that Jacqueline told her to shut down. Meanwhile, Kat (Aisha Dee) slept with Ava, the conservative daughter of the former Scarlet president who she exposed for funding gay conversion therapy.
See… many storylines that need to be wrapped up. Hopefully, The Bold Type finds the right way to say goodbye to these fearless, bold, and inspiring women who we’ve come to call our best friends over the years.
No word on when the final season will premiere.
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