All three have dinner at Richard's apartment, but end up spending most of the night in the bathtub. Four years on, Jane is a newly promoted writer, tasked with stalking her ex-boyfriend without the use of social media. Jane is called in by Jacqueline who hires her back at Scarlet. Kat then goes to meet with Coco and discovers that Adena hasn't produced any work since going to New York. Kat is shocked after having a sex dream about one of Adena's friends.
She has long been active in her local theater community. Jane discovers that Ryan was watching porn on her computer and realizes that she's. Struggling for inspiration, Jane visits a sexologist, and after a mishap, she writes a completely honest piece. But, as we know, the role went to Katie. Kat asks Tia about the nature of their relationship as they grow closer. Richard goes to Paris and reveals his feelings for Sutton.
On May 14, 2019, the series was renewed for a fourth season at the Freeform Upfront 2019 and announced that Wendy Straker Hauser will be replacing Amanda Lasher as the new showrunner. When Adena returns to New York, Kat finds herself questioning her sexual identity as her feelings for Adena continue to grow, and things are further complicated when Kat discovers that Adena has a girlfriend. When a settlement hearing does not go as planned, Jane learns of the consequences her article has had. In the present, Sutton talks to Richard about the about the day they met and Kat confronts Tia about their feelings for each other. As Kat overcomes her fear of being in a relationship and is ready to take a leap of faith, Adena reveals she is leaving for Paris to reconcile with her girlfriend.
Jane is assigned to write about a doctor testing women in their 20s for the. She revealed about her engagement with Paul in January 2018 via an Instagram Story. Retrieved January 18, 2018 — via The Futon Critic. The show was ordered to series by Freeform in January 2017, and was later renamed to The Bold Type. Jacqueline and Cleo disagree with how to promote the 'body positivity' issue of Scarlet.
Sutton struggles with adjusting to living with Richard and discovers that Oliver is hiding a secret. Oliver gets advice from Sutton about parenting the child of an old friend. Ben reveals that, due to him being a doctor, family can get their eggs frozen for free, and says he and Jane can lie and declare themselves domestic partners to get Jane in. Lee plays Ben, a potential love interest for Jane, while Murphy portrays Cleo, a new board member at the publishing company.
On October 4, 2017, Freeform renewed the series for two additional seasons of 10 episodes each. Jane writes her first article for Incite, but the woman that she interviews takes an unexpected turn for her article. On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds an approval rating of 100%, with an average rating of 8. Most of the critiques the judges gave her had been with regard to her pitch, age, and song choice. As of early November 2010, she has written 9 songs. Alex reads Ryan's book and reveals to Jane that he's jealous of how Ryan can write.
While taking a walk, a man makes a racist remark towards Adena, and when Kat retaliates, she is arrested for assault. Jacqueline realizes the mistake she made and reinstates the comment section again. Jane realizes that Sutton shot in order to have a form of control while dealing with her alcoholic mother. Kat and Adena talk and Adena suggests an open relationship in order to allow for Kat to explore her sexuality. Matt Ward rounds out the main ensemble as Alex, a fellow writer at Scarlet. Sutton attempts to make the photoshoot work on the budget she's given which results in Oliver loving the photoshoot.
Kat, Jane, and Sutton learn that Jacqueline is a sexual assault survivor herself. Meanwhile, she discovers her class would be designing pieces for a fashion show that could kickstart their careers. Jane decides to go to Paris. She is blissfully in love with Adena and wants everyone to know that she has a girlfriend.