The award-winning ballroom drama Pose is ready to hit FX one last time with Pose Season 3, which will conclude trailblazing ladies’ story. Well, the series always come up with a unique idea to tell the story of transgender women. But this time, the Evangelista family would face some new challenges as the series moves ahead to 1994, the period with the health crisis. Now let’s see how they deal with it.
Pose centered on African-American and Latino LGBTQ who finds their path in the ballroom culture. The series set in the 80s and 90s explored several parts of life and society in New York. The first season explores yippee Trump and the downtown literary and social scene. But as we entered the second season, it introduced HIV and AIDS. Now many of them have turned into AIDS activists to help others.
Pose Season 3: When Will It Release?
FX has finally confirmed that Pose Season 3 will air on Sunday, May 2 at 10/9c. It will consist of a total number of seven episodes focusing on the 80s and 90s problems. However, earlier this March, co-creator Steven Canals announced that Pose Season 3 would mark as the end of Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals’ ballroom journey. So it would be our final ballroom bow to see.
Steven Canals Called It A Tough Decision
Steven told Friday’s Good Morning America that it was a tough decision to make. But they have told the story which they wanted to tell the audience. It has been a fantastic journey for transgender and queer people, and it also made history as it was the only show with the largest transgender stars on its mainstream network. Canals continued that he never wanted to switch on the other network. He believed that they honestly told the story about the family, love, and resilience, which is now about to end.
Janet Mock Shared Her Feelings In A Note
Janet, the director and executive producer of the show, shared a note that says her life has been entirely changed after the Pose. The show has left an indelible mark on the culture. It also taught that the TV show could successfully create and entertain with LGBTQ casting working in front and behind the camera. Janet praised the work of the producers, writers, crew, and the cast who created Pose a bright flare of love.
She also said that she’s grateful to FX, who gave them the platform to tell their story of family, acceptance, and community. She even thanked 20th Television for supporting them and Ryan Murphy for having faith in them. Janet continued that she’s grateful for the love and loyalty that the people give them and their ballroom community.
Pose Season 3: What Will Happen Next?
Canals promised the fans that the upcoming season would fill with all the love, laughter, and tears people expect from the Evangelista family. As per the network release, the third and final season would occur in 1994. There Blanca will feel the ballroom circuit like a distant memory.
As the third season pace, it will explore Blanca struggling to balance her life as a mother with her love life and the top of them as a nurse’s aide. Meanwhile, AIDS will become the primary source of death for Americans aged 25-44. While Pray Tell will deal with his health burdens. Above all, the emergence of the new upstart house will force the Evangelista’s to deem their legacy.