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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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Jacqueline takes a hard look at how she can make Scarlet an industry leader that practices what it preaches; Sutton celebrates the end of her design seminar with a fashion show; Kat chooses not to run from her problems anymore.
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Jane and Jacqueline finally confront Pamela Dolan about their allegations; Kat's nerves over the election lead her to reach out to Adena for support; Sutton coaches Carly through a difficult situation at school.
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When Adena returns to New York, Kat debates whether she's ready to see her but quickly realizes she might not have a choice; Sutton is stretched in too many directions between styling for Oliver and designing for her seminar.
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When Kat faces racial profiling while canvassing for office, she is tempted to find justice on social media; Sutton realizes that Richard is keeping something from her; Jane and Jacqueline make headway on the workplace harassment investigation.
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The Scarlet email hack brings up memories of the trio's first meeting four years earlier, reminding them that together they can overcome anything.
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Scarlet falls prey to a data hack, halting production of the dotcom and magazine; pressures escalate when Sutton and Richard host a dinner party; Kat opens up to Tia as they begin her campaign.
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Jane stumbles on the scoop of a lifetime, but Jacqueline turns down the pitch; Oliver is distracted by things in his personal life; Kat decides to run for city council but reconsiders when she learns what the opposition might spin about her past.
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Alex examines his dating life in a piece for Scarlet digital when he realizes he was the subject behind a MeToo story; Kat becomes fed up with her councilman and volunteers for his opposition; Sutton considers a career shift into fashion design.
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Jane begins her fertility treatments in preparation for freezing her eggs and is assigned an article to write about her experience; Sutton moves in with Richard but struggles to accept his help when she is forced to put in more hours at work.
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Jane, Kat and Sutton deal with the aftermath of major decisions; Kat struggles to keep up happy appearances on social media while secretly suffering heartache; Sutton and Richard enjoy their romance in the limelight and discuss moving in together.
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Sutton's professional dreams come true when she jets off to Paris for Fashion Week; Jane moves forward with her fertility plan until she learns surprising news about her options; Kat faces pressure from Jacqueline to make their Paris party a success.
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The girls take a trip to Sutton's hometown and meet a few important figures from her past; Jane struggles with planning for her future; Kat feels a rift in her relationship with Adena.
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Jane evaluates if motherhood is in her future because of her BRCA gene mutation; Kat is eager to flaunt her social media influence by partnering with a beauty brand; Sutton makes her first major fashion department decision without Oliver.
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When Jane discovers that Sutton has been hiding a gun in the apartment, the girls realize they have opposing views on the subject; Adena shocks Kat with her latest suggestion.
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Jane jumps at the chance to write a follow-up piece to her sexual assault article until the story takes an unexpected turn; Kat struggles with whether to tell Adena a secret; Sutton is given the challenging assignment of styling Richard's date.
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Kat challenges the status quo in the hope of championing new voices; Jane's response to a job posting sparks a difficult conversation with Kat about privilege; Sutton discovers something surprising about her latest fling.
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Jane crosses paths with Pinstripe, who inspires her to try a new style of writing; Adena reluctantly brings Kat out to meet her friends; Sutton fights for an in with a well-connected influencer named Brooke.
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Sutton is put in an awkward position when Kat asks her to hire Adena to photograph an accessories shoot; Jane follows around an altruistic doctor for her latest article; new board member Cleo causes Jacqueline to defend her role at the magazine.
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Kat is forced to confront how her avoidance of labels has affected her life; Sutton's assistants think she was asked to organize a photo shoot for reasons other than her talent; Jane tries to defend herself after the fallout from her Incite article.
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Jane is excited to publish her first big piece for Incite; Sutton is thrown when a new corporate policy gives her and Richard the green light on their romance; Adena grows frustrated when Kat seems too eager to flaunt their burgeoning relationship.
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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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