The Bold Type Has Been Renewed For Its Fifth & Final (!!!) Season, So Somebody Pls Hold Me

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Friends, Stan just announced that The Bold Type will return for its fifth and final (!!!) season this year. Honestly, five seasons is such an achievement these days, so my heart has swelled with pride (and a twinge of sadness).

The series finale will follow Kat Edison (our very own Aisha Dee), Jane Sloan (Katie Stevens), and Sutton Brady (Meghann Fahy) as they figure out who they really are and how to best leave their mark on the world.

“Their futures are bright, but their love and support of each other will never change,” Stan described the finale.

Season 5 will also star Nikohl Boosheri as the one and only Adena El-Amin, because what is the show without our fave?

The Bold Type season 5 will premiere in 2021 on Stan, we’ll absolutely let you know when the streaming service announces a release date.

In the meantime, season 1 to 4 of The Bold Type are streaming now on Stan.

If you’re after something else, Stan recently released its February highlights and it’s looking like another winner.

Stan is currently gearing up for the release of Clarice on February 12, with new episodes dropping weekly.

Starring Australia’s own Rebecca Breeds (The Originals, Pretty Little Liars) in the title role, Clarice will dive right into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs.

Yes, we’re going there. 

The series co-stars Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead), Kal Penn (House), and Nick Sandow (Orange Is the New Black).

But, if you want something right now, you can check out Stan’s latest series It’s A Sin.

It’s A Sin, a five-part drama, follows a group of young friends in 1980s London as they embrace the capital’s gay scene and tragically confront the terror of AIDS.

The cast is fronted by the lead singer of Years and YearsOlly Alexander and features cameos from Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Fry.

Lydia West (Years and Years), forever fave Keeley Hawes (Line of Duty), Shaun Dooley (Broadchurch), Omari Douglas (Wise Children), and Tracy-Ann Oberman (Friday Night Dinner) co-star.

Judging by how well the series has been received in the UK, I reckon this is one to add to the list. It premiered to an audience of 1.9 million viewers, according to Deadline, making it Channel 4’s top-rated drama launch.