‘The Bold Type’ Season 3 Gets an April Premiere Date
Freeform sets a date for The Bold Type
One of the biggest YA dramas on the market is “The Bold Type” at Freeform, and fans finally have a premiere date for Season 3. The network announced today that the show will return for the third season on April 9th, so fans can set a reminder to catch the big premiere in the Spring.
Picking up right after the heartbreak, romance and uncertainty from the season two finale in Paris, “The Bold Type” is back in New York City where Jane, Kat and Sutton are all dealing with the aftermath of some major decisions. The network also teased “Meanwhile, Scarlet Magazine is undergoing some changes, with new staffers brought on board who bound to ruffle some feathers.”
Freeform went on to describe the new season adding “Throughout season three, the trio will continue to push the boundaries of what it means to be young women juggling careers and love lives while embracing their identities. The series also continues to explore important issues, both political and personal, such as workplace harassment, female reproductive rights, data hacking and racial profiling, among others.”
Viewers will find the popular cast returning to their roles for the new season. “The Bold Type” stars Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy, Sam Page, Matt Ward, Stephen Conrad Moore, Nikohl Boosheri and Melora Hardin as Jacqueline Carlyle.
Season three of “The Bold Type” is executive produced by Amanda Lasher, Joanna Coles, Ruben Fleischer, David Bernad, Matt McGuinness, Becky Hartman Edwards and Victor Nelli Jr. Holly Whidden serves as co-executive producer. The series is a co-production between Freeform and Universal Television.
The announcement was made during the TCA Winter Press Tour, where Freeform also gave “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” an April return date, and confirmed a new season of the hit comedy “grown-ish”. That series will also be returning for a third season and stars Yara Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat and Deon Cole. Theseries is a contemporary take on the issues that students face in the world of higher education.
Currently airing its second season on Freeform, the sophomore year of “grown-ish” follows Zoey and her friends as they return to CalU with confidence. Learning from the ups and downs of their freshman year, they all think they’ve got their second year on lock, but quickly realize that they’re not as grown as they think.