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Putting together a magazine is not an easy task, requiring a lot of teamwork to finish the job and get the publication on newsstand shelves. That's why the staffers responsible for producing global women's magazine Scarlet lean on one another as they try to find their own voices. While working together to publish each issue of the periodical, they struggle to find their identities, manage friendships and find love. The drama series is inspired by the life of longtime magazine editor and executive Joanna Coles, who serves as an executive producer.

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Jane must write a piece about an activist who speaks out about sexual assault; thoughts of Adena distract Kat while she tries to throw a memorable New York Fashion Week party; Sutton gets into an awkward situation with Richard.
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A massive traffic jam traps Jane, Sutton, Alex, Pinstripe and Jacqueline in the Scarlet offices; Jane re-examines her feelings for Pinstripe; Sutton makes a surprising move; Kat makes an impulsive decision when she learns Adena is leaving New York.
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Rumors of layoffs sweep through the office; Jane learns of a potential opportunity at a rival publication; Sutton receives a big opportunity when a co-worker cracks under pressure; Jane talks Sutton and Kat into joining her on a dating app.
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Richard's efforts to become better acquainted with Sutton's friends do not go as planned; Sutton tries to network with a new social circle; Jane comes to a realization about Pinstripe; Kat's new staffer damages Scarlet's social media presence.
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Kat tries not to let her competitive nature interfere with promoting Scarlet's breast health awareness campaign; Jane confronts past issues and fresh anxieties when she tackles a controversial piece about BRCA gene testing.
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The subject of Jane's latest article threatens to sue her and the magazine; Sutton is excited to move forward in her career; Kat questions whether she is ready for a real relationship, especially in light of what happened with Adena.
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Sutton becomes flustered when someone at Scarlet has the wrong impression of her professional background; Jane works to prove she can have a "friends with benefits" relationship without feelings getting in the way; Kat and Adena grow closer.
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Kat finds herself the victim of internet trolling when she stands up for gender inequality; Sutton finds her dream job but worries she doesn't have what it takes to make it work; Jane pursues a story about a congresswoman.
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Kat finds herself questioning her identity as she continues to spend time with Adena; Jane is horrified when she is tasked with writing Scarlet's sex column; Sutton is given an opportunity to advance at Scarlet but questions if it's the right move.
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Jane becomes unsettled after being asked to write a story about why her ex broke up with her; Kat's strong connection to an outspoken photographer confuses her; Sutton tries not to feel left behind as she toils in the assistant ranks.

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