‘So Cosmo’ Episode Guide (Feb. 8): The Team Readies For a Photo Shoot With Model Ruby Rose

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‘So Cosmo’ Episode Guide (Feb. 8): The Team Readies For a Photo Shoot With Model Ruby Rose

“Fun Fearless Females” Series Premiere (02/08/17) – On the series premiere of So Cosmo, the talented and ambitious Cosmopolitan staff learn there is no environment more competitive than the magazine industry in NYC – especially after a big announcement sends the office into a tailspin. As the team prepares for a high profile cover shoot with Ruby Rose, Junior member, Diandra Barnwell, runs into romantic complications when trying to hire a new fitness contributor.

E!’s new docu-series, “So Cosmo” follows the work hard, play hard lifestyles of the young women and men whose real life experiences inspire the pages of Cosmopolitan Magazine. Always the first to hear what’s hot in music, fashion, style, beauty, sex and celebrities; these tastemakers don’t follow trends, they create them.

The all access, VIP life provided by Cosmo is exhilarating and exhausting, but what happens when the staff turns our attention to their personal lives? Viewers will see how the team copes when pushed past their limits by the influential but formidable former Editor-in-Chief and current Chief Content Officer of Hearst Magazines, Joanna Coles, who expects only the best.

Who will rise to the occasion and who will fumble under pressure? The eight hour-long episode series uncovers the glamour and behind-the-scenes drama of celebrity encounters, fashion and beauty shoots in an all-access pass for everything “So Cosmo.”

“So Cosmo” is a Bunim/Murray Production with Gil Goldschein, Jeff Jenkins, Farnaz Farjam, Rob Bagshaw and Melissa Bidwell as executive producers as well as Joanna Coles and Holly Whidden from Hearst.

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