The Bold Type's 2-hour premiere was fierce and it had the great soundtrack to match. From Jacqueline's kick ass entrance to the trio letting it all out in the subway: by the end of the first episode we all wanted to be on the Scarlet squad -- and add every single track to our playlist. Check out the songs featured in episode 1 with the official music guide below.
The thumping beat of 'Blood In The Cut' by K.Flay is the perfect soundtrack for our introduction to The Bold Type trio.
Scarlet's editor-in-chief makes a powerful entrance at the presentation.
Jacqueline strides in to the beat of 'Black Car' by Leon Else.
Jane tries to hide her pain with shades from the fashion closet.
'Every Night' by Josef Salvat plays while Jane stresses over her article.
Kat visits Adena's studio to convince her to let Scarlet publish her feature.
'We Were Wild' by Esmé Patterson plays as their introduction goes less than smoothly.
Sutton teaches Richard about Snapchat.
This playful scene is accompanied by 'Not Gonna Let You Walk Away' by LOLO.
Kat and Sutton help Jane stalk her "unstalkable ex."
The soundtrack to their stakeout is 'Higher' by The Naked and Famous .
Jane and Alex go to a party in the hope of bumping into Eric.
'Rich Boy' by Galantis plays at the party while Jane nervously looks around.
Sutton gets a late night invitation from Richard.
Sutton slips into something black and lacy as 'Whistle' by BLACKPINK sets the mood.
Jane tells Alex exactly what happened between her and Eric.
The gentle tones of 'Naked Beaches' by Hannah Georgas plays while Jane shares her heartbreaking breakup story.
A drunk Jane calls Sutton for a pep talk.
'History Eraser' by Courtney Barnett plays while Sutton tries to cover up her secret.
Kat and Adena get personal while packing contraband.
The two bond as 'Doctor Doctor' by Oh Pep! plays in Adena's studio.
Adena finally gives Kat permission to publish the article.
'Don't Go' by Hannah Georgas is a beautiful accompaniment to their sweet goodbye.
Jane and Sutton try to comfort Kat after she receives the news that Adena has been detained at the airport.
'Coyotes' by Wild Belle highlights the tension between the three friends.
Scarlet's 60th anniversary party gets underway.
'She Sets The City On Fire' by Gavin DeGraw sets the scene for the glitzy celebration.
The friends make amends after Jacqueline's inspiring speech.
'Spirits' by The Strumbellas is the perfect accompaniment to this uplifting ending to the first episode.
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And don't forget, you can rewatch both parts of The Bold Type's 2-hour premiere here on Freeform.