Available to watch on Amazon Prime, Twenties follows the story of queer Black woman Hattie, played by Jonica "JoJo" T. Gibbs. who is barely holding herself together (she's just been evicted, is throwing herself into flings with women who are unavailable and uninterested, and aspiring to become a TV writer without taking the necessary steps to make it a reality).
The show followers her and her two friends Marie (Christina Elmore) and Nia (Gabrielle Graham) (who are stumbling through their lives, too), and just like the girls of The Bold Type, the strength of their friendship is what keeps them all going through the rough patches.
Just like Jane, the show's star - Aidy Bryant's Annie - is a struggling journalist. She's also writing for a fictional publication -- Portland's The Thorn -- and dealing with an eccentric editor.
The show not only provides some funny commentary on the state of journalism today, but it also follows Annie's journey with her body image, and her relationship struggles.
The show has some pretty relatable content, but the real draw of Shrill for any Bold Type fan is Annie's relationship with her best gal pals.
While not exactly a chick-flick per se, Young Royals is a teen-oriented romance show that seriously stands out.
The Swedish-produced LGTBQ romance drama follows Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding, who is sent to boarding school by the Queen after getting in some trouble at a nightclub. Feeling out of his element and overwhelmed with expectations, his only reprieve from the rigidity of this environment comes when he meets Simon (Omar Rudberg), a kind and charismatic child of an immigrant mother.
The pair's relationship turns into one of the most evocative and explorative love stories in contemporary queer TV.
If you've watched the Bold Type, we're going to assume you've watched Younger. But just in case, for those that haven't, we had to add it in.
The Bold Type and Younger are basically twins: two frothy dramas about glamorous young professionals trying to carve out glamorous careers. It's just that one of the young professionals in Younger is secretly a divorced mother in her 40s who passes herself off as a twentysomething in order to get a foothold in the book publishing industry.
The show centres around her love triangle with the age-appropriate head of the company and a 26-year-old tattoo artist. And the drama ensues...
If you're looking for a more true-to-life take on the millennial experience that still doesn't skimp on joy, Insecure has your back. The show follows the journey of Issa (co-creator Issa Rae) and Molly (Yvonne Orji), who are longtime friends hitting their 30s in Los Angeles, and their struggle to balance friendship, dating, and career mobility.
The show's willingness to steer into difficult moments of growth really sets it apart.