“Wheels,” as it pushes you into feeling nostalgic for a story that isn’t your own, creates a pleasing lull as you watch a young man fall in love and pursue being a DJ.
The Bold Type remains a flagship program for FreeForm as it explores mature takes on relationships, continues to develop the ladies, and addresses workplace issues.
In season 2 of The Bold Type, it’s more about personal growth than season 1’s professional. Which, for some, comes with a whole lot of pain.
As Kat fights the lack of diversity at Scarlett, Jane deals with another magazine’s push for diversity keeping her unemployed. All while Sutton deals with being part of an affair.