Pose Season 3

The “Pose” that received critical acclaim from FX will end its upcoming third season, the cable network announced on Friday.

The final season of seven episodes will debut on Sunday, May 2 with back-to-back episodes. The final series will air on June 6.
Continuing the show’s original location in New York in 1980, the last episode occurred in 1994 as the AIDS epidemic continued to hit the community. Here is a description of the FX for the last season: The last season is now 1994 and ballroom feels like a distant memory of Blanca as a mother struggling with her current partner from her new love and her last role as a nursing assistant. While AIDS has been the leading killer of Americans between the ages of 25 and 44, Pray Tell grapples with unexpected health problems. Elsewhere, the appearance of wicked new homes has forced evangelical home members to wrestle with their inheritance.

Pose also features the largest number of recurring and regular LGBTQ stars in any script, and in 2019, serial star Billy Porter became the first openly gay actor to win an Emmy for Best Actor. The show also featured dozens of LGBTQ people and colored people behind the scenes, including executive producer Janet Mock, who became the first trans woman of her kind to write and direct a television series. The pose was co-created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Stephen Canals, who are executive producers with Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Alexis Martin Woodall, Sherry Marsh, and Janet Mock. Our Lady J is co-executive producer and Tanase Popa is the lead producer. Lou Erich, Jeff Dickerson, and Kip Myers also produced. The show is produced by 20th Television and Production FX.

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Read the testimonials of the producers and executives below:

John Landgraf, Chairman Of FX:

Words cannot truly express my gratitude and appreciation to those who give FX and the world a gift of attitude. Ryan Murphy, Stephen Canals, our matchless players and their staff have created a masterpiece and an indelible legacy with Doors that will open new doors for the trans community.

Dana Walden, Chair of Walt Disney Television:

This pose is a matter of pride for all of us at Disney TV Studios. We are deeply grateful to Ryan, Stephen, Brad, Janet, Nina, and Brad for putting together an incredibly artistic, socially significant, entertaining, and innovative series.