Across three seasons, the Scarlet magazine girls – writer Jane (Katie Stevens), fashionista Sutton (Meghann Fahy) and social media director Kat (Aussie actress Aisha Dee) – have kept us hooked on their lives as they navigate their careers in New York.
If you haven't caught the previous must-see seasons, get bingeing! Now the trio's returning for the show's fourth season and we're pumped.
So what's the lowdown for season four?
"All of the girls' careers, personal lives and loves take a shift in season four," says Aisha.
"They're going to start to look really different. It's super-exciting."
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Their on-again, off-again relationship has kept us gripped.
At the end of the last season, Kat and her Muslim feminist love interest Adena (Nikohl Boosheri) were thrown into even closer proximity when Adena was hired as Scarlet's in-house photographer.
So expect the groundbreaking couple to grow close again!
The couple is hanging by a thread. After fessing up to kissing another woman while on his book tour at the end of the third season, Ryan (Dan Jeannotte) – aka Pinstripe – is now in the doghouse, but he'll go to any length to win Jane back.
Meanwhile, Jane's playing the field to seek revenge – but is she happy?
While Jacqueline Carlyle (Melora Hardin) has been ousted as editor-in-chief from Scarlett, she's still 'fighting for women' and heavily involved in her protégé Jane, Kat and Sutton's lives.
As for Sutton, she's set to add 'fashion influencer' to her résumé.
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Sutton is willing to give a long-distance relationship a shot as her beau Richard (Samuel Page) debates whether to accept a new job outside New York.
Despite their issues with their romantic liaisons, it's the female friendships that are the strongest relationships in The Bold Type.
And that's not going to change any time soon, says Aisha, 26, who's close to her co-stars Katie, 27, and Meghann, 29, in real life.
"Your girlfriends really are the soulmates that see you through every experience in your life. They stick with you through it all."
The Bold Type airs from January 24 on Stan.