Freeform's new series, The Bold Type, follows three fearless women you wish you knew in real life. The scripted drama, which was inspired by the life of former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles (who also serves as executive producer), follows three women -- Jane (played by Faking It's Katie Stevens), Kat (Chasing Life's Aisha Dee) and Sutton (Political Animals' Meghann Fahy) -- who start their careers at a Cosmo-esque lifestyle magazine. The trio struggles to find their voices while maintaining friendships, love lives and staying abreast in the bustling world that is publishing. And since the show is already being compared to a frothy mash-up of Sex and the City and Girls, we're certain it's going to be a hit! Who do you think you're more like: Jane, Kat or Sutton?
The Bold Type premieres Tuesday, July 11 on Freeform.
Why We're Obsessed With 'Bud Light Dive Bar Tour' With Lady Gaga
Here is another reason to love Lady Gaga. The Joanne singer is getting intimate one more time with her Bud Light Dive Bar Tour, performing for one night in Las Vegas this week before passing the Bud Light bottle to two new artists. While the two artists have yet to be announced, they will headline their own Dive Bar Tour stops in Los Angeles on July 26 and New Orleans on Aug. 30. And even if Gaga isn't coming to a local watering hole near you, there will still be plenty of chances to see the singer during her official JOANNE World Tour, which kicks off on Aug. 1 in Vancouver, B.C., and runs all the way through the end of the year.
Lily Collins' new movie, To the Bone, hits close to home. The 28-year-old plays a young woman suffering from an eating disorder -- an experience that she has personally gone through in the past. "This was definitely a more dramatic role for me. I suffered with eating disorders when I was a teenager as well," Collins told ET earlier this year. The actress first shared a personal account of her struggle with an eating disorder in her 2017 memoir, Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me. ET caught up with Collins during the movie's junket, where she opened up about her role and watching herself on-screen. "There is a connection there when you're watching back, you can get emotional, and there is a connection with me in this subject matter, also, that extends past being an actor that causes me to emotionally react," she said. The film is an impressive and emotional feature directorial debut from filmmaker Marti Noxon, co-creator of UnREAL and current executive producer of Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce.
Tyler the Creator is bringing us his version of How It's Made with his new Viceland show, Nuts + Bolts."Nuts + Bolts is the show describing how everything I think is awesome is made," the 26-year-old artist says during a newly released clip of the show, which features a cameo from scientist Bill Nye. If you recall, the rapper wrote the theme song for Nye's show, "Bill Nye Saves the World,"on Netflix earlier this year. And the fun doesn't stop there -- the video also teases mustard! Donuts! And time travel! (The latter which Tyler will learn about with the help of legendary scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson.) We're excited...can you tell?
It's been over a year since Game of Thrones concluded its sixth season and, at last, season seven is just around the corner! HBO recently dropped the latest trailer, which teases a major clash of the kingdoms, all while the seasons-long looming thread of the White Walkers appears poised to finally come to a head. With only seven episodes this season, the fantasy epic is expected to be a non-stop, action-packed thrill ride with at least two episodes going past the one-hour mark, including the finale. Did we mention Ed Sheeran's cameo?