Summary: Sex and the City follows the sex lives of four women living in New York City. The women, three of whom are in their 30s and one in their 40s, present a female friendship like no other on TV.Why you'll like it:This is similar to The Bold Type with the series focused on friendship and the fact that one of the main characters is a writer like Kat Stevens' Jane Sloan. While it does have a few controversial moments, it was the first tv show to focus on female friendships. Without it, shows like The Bold Type might not even exist.HBO Max is where you can find the first six seasons and a reboot has been announced.Summary: Also set in New York City, Younger follows the escapades of a 40-year-old single mother Liza (Sutton Foster) who is trying to get back into the working world. When she lies about her age to get an assistant job, she has to work out the balance between her real life and her fake one.Why you'll like it:The main similarity to The Bold Type is the fact that the careers in both shows focus on the publishing industry, with Liza's assistant's job being at a book publisher. Whilst it may not be as interesting career-wise, the romance and drama are definitely worth the watch.Younger is available to stream on Hulu.Summary: Based on the popular telenovela, Yo soy Betty, la fea, the series follows an underdog (America Ferrera) trying to make it in the fashion industry despite not meeting traditional beauty standards.Why you'll like it:The series lead, Betty Suarez, gives off a similar underdog hardworking personality as Meghann Fahy's Sutton Brady. The series has also been praised for not forcing Betty to become glamorous in order to be taken seriously in her work. Some elements in the show may be outdated but the overall show is timeless.All four seasons are available on ABC.Summary: This British comedy-drama series follows a socially awkward teenager, Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield), as he starts up an underground sex therapy clinic at his school to help his peers through their relationship and sex woes. Bizarre as it sounds, the Netflix show has been praised for its diversity and for tackling issues and questions that are missed out in sex education lessons at real schools.Why you'll like it:If you love The Bold Type for its diversity and LGBTQ+ representation, then you will find even more in Sex Education. Plus, both shows seem to tackle issues in the real world that lead to positive conversations about the ways we can improve society.The first and second season of Sex Education is available on Netflix and the third season is set to release on September 17.Summary: Set in a fictional, predominantly white, Ivy League college, Winchester University, Dear White People uses irony and humor to highlight modern issues involving race especially in America. From microaggressions to profiling, the series tackles it all, using its ensemble cast to look at different sides of the spectrum.Why you'll like it:Similar to The Bold Type, Netflix's Dear White People attempts to start a conversation about social issues, except it focuses on racial politics rather than feminism. In addition, Dear White People takes it further by having the story follow different students across the University, meaning we often get to see both sides of the discussion.Three seasons of Dear White People are available on Netflix. A fourth season has been announced.Summary: Ellie Kemper, known for her role in The Office, leads this sitcom about a girl readjusting to the real world after being stuck in a bunker for 15 years as a member of a cult. Along her journey of self-discovery, she is joined by a gay wannabe actor, Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess), a narcissistic housewife (Jane Krakowski), and Titus' aggressive landlord (Carol Kane) who carries a hammer everywhere.Why you'll like it:Apart from the catchy theme music and iconic performance by Tituss Burgess, the show always seems to be comforting and positive even during the sad moments. Some have criticized The Bold Type for being unrealistic but sometimes you need a larger-than-life show to lift you up and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt definitely meets those requirements.Four seasons and an interactive film for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are available on Netflix.Summary: Based on a real-life female wrestling organization from the 80s, GLOW is about a group of misfits trying to become stars. There is heart, laughs, and a behind-the-scenes look into the world of wrestling.Why you'll like it:If you love The Bold Type for amazing friendship and confident unapologetic women, then you will probably love GLOW for the exact same reason. Whilst themes of feminism do crop up in the series, GLOW is at its best when you get to see the wrestlers just have fun doing the job that they love.GLOW has three seasons available on Netflix after canceling its fourth season.Summary: Derry Girls is a quirky coming-of-age sitcom that follows a group of school friends who have to deal with the normal woes of being a teenager amidst the political conflict during the 1990s of Northern Ireland.Why you'll like it:The Bold Type is adored for its beautiful friendship between Kat Edison (Aisha Dee), Sutton Brady (Meghann Fahy), and Jane Sloan (Katie Stevens). Whilst the friendship group in this story might not always be as supportive, they are supportive when it counts and immediately draw you into the series. Also, one of the main characters is played by Bridgerton star, Nicola Coughlan.Derry Girls is available to stream on Netflix.Summary: Never Have I Ever is a teen drama loosely based on the life of its co-creator, Mindy Kaling. Echoing the likes of Booksmart and Superbad, the series tells the life of a first-generation Indian American nerd who is trying to improve her social status.Why you'll like it:Like Derry Girls, this series matches The Bold Type by presenting the type of friends you would love to have. Additionally, the friend group is diverse, which is refreshing to see.The first season is available on Netflix and season two was announced recently.