Freeform's The Bold Type first aired last summer but gained a cult-like following when the whole first season became available on Hulu. The dramedy about three young women working their way up at a popular magazine dazzled viewers with its glitzy premise, topical narratives, and nuanced characters. The first season only had 10 episodes, which left fans super hungry for more when it wrapped.
But now season two is here—and it looks amazing. The season kicks off with a two-hour first episode, and it's only going to get better from there. If you're not into The Bold Type, though, then no worries: There are plenty other awesome TV shows and movies debuting this week, too. Here are the highlights.
72nd Annual Tony Awards: Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will host this year's show honoring Broadway's best and brightest. Fingers crossed Mean Girls: The Musical takes home literally all the awards. 8 P.M. ET on CBS
Claws: Niecy Nash is back in this glossy, gritty dramedy about manicurists who double as criminals involved with Russian mobsters. Crime stories and cute nail polish? Sign me up. 9 P.M. ET on TNT
Marriage Vacation: Remember that splashy, tell-all book Charles' ex-wife Pauline wrote on the TV show Younger? Well, you can literally read it now—and find out why Liza was so shocked by page 58—thanks to Simon & Schuster. Purchase it on Amazon here.
The Bold Type: How will Jane do at her new job? Will Kat and Adena last? And what the hell is going to happen to Sutton's love life? Find out the answer to all these questions (and more) when The Bold Type returns for a two-hour season premiere. 8 P.M. ET on Freeform
The Great Gatsby: The remake of this classic story, starring Leonardo Dicaprio, is leaving Netflix today, so what are you waiting for, old sport? Streaming on Netflix
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: The fifth and final season of this dishy Bravo scripted series kicks off tonight. Find out how Abby McCarthy's journey from divorce to "freedom" to "bossing up" ends. 10 P.M. ET on Bravo
Queer Eye: Can you believe?! The Fab Five is back to change the lives of eight more heroes and make us sob in the process. Streaming on Netflix
Set It Up: Two young, stressed-out assistants try to get their dragon-breathing bosses off their backs by setting up them together. Zoey Deutch, Lucy Liu, Glen Powell, and Taye Diggs star. Streaming on Netflix
Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of: It's a Backstreet Boys documentary. That's all you need to know. Streaming on Netflix
Rebecca Black, "Satellite": The pop singer is back with a haunting, slow-burning song and video for "Satellite." Check it out, below:
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