When The Bold Type seasons one and two dropped on Stan in 2018, it quickly became the most talked-about show in Facebook groups and message chats.
Many of us were drawn to the story of three 20-something friends trying to make it at a shiny New York magazine called Scarlet and proceeded to binge it in a matter of days. The plot was the perfect mix of high and low — covering everything from queer relationships and racial injustice to career setbacks and… yoni eggs.
If you’ve been looking for another female-led show that captures what it’s like to be a millennial, but meatier, let us introduce you to Good Trouble.
WATCH: You can check out the trailer for Good Trouble below, post continues after video.
If you’ve never heard of the show, you wouldn’t be the only one.
Good Trouble is actually a spin-off from the popular drama The Fosters that follows a multi-ethnic family of foster and biological kids being raised by two mums. But you don’t have to have watched The Fosters to start bingeing Good Trouble because it focuses on the adult lives of two characters, five years on from where The Fosters ended.