Friendship is such an incredible bond that people share with one another through some of the most incredible milestone moments in their lives. Check out 5 incredible tv-shows that highlight the importance of female friendship.
The show Broad City was created by Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson after their real-life friendship and attempts to become successful in New York. The show, which originally started off a web series was picked up by Comedy Central and received critical acclaim early on due to its raw, funny, and unreserved portrayal of young women trying to “make it” in such an unpredictable city.
Pretty Little Liars
This show follows a tightly-knit group of high school girls after the disappearance of one of their friends. Hannah, Spencer, Aria, and Emily have no idea what happened to Alison, but shortly after they all start receiving mysterious revealing text messages from someone named ‘A’. The girls unite together while trying to uncover the truth and instead find themselves being pulled deeper into the mysteries surrounding their little town of Rosewood.
Sex and the City
It might be twenty years after its first release date, but this show still holds a huge significance in today’s pop culture. Based on the book by the same name, the series follows four women: Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samatha, and their adventures while living in New York City. The series explores the experiences of these women in the dating scene, their careers, and the thrills of city life. The show quickly created an uproar for one of its most distinctive attributes, the incredible clothes featured onscreen, and ever since the series has been a fan favorite for its friendship and iconic fashion.
Grace and Frankie
This Netflix series follows an unexpected twist where wives Grace and Frankie become unlikely allies after their husbands reveal a foreboding secret they have kept for most of their lives. Actresses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin shine in this beautiful award-winning comedy filled with heartache, hard decisions, and new beginnings.
The Bold Type
This show follows three millennial women and their experiences working for a prestigious fashion magazine. Jane, Kat, and Sutton work together to publish their stories, find love, and manage their friendship. The series is said to be inspired by the career and life of former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief, Joanna Coles, and has been hailed as the younger and more tamed version of the ’90s hit Sex and the City.