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2 Seasons, 18 Episodes

Genre: Musical / Drama

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Set in the 1980s, Pose is a dance musical that explores the juxtaposition of several segments of life and society in New York: the ball culture world, the rise of the luxury Trump-era universe and the downtown social and literary scene.
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The Best Non-Netflix Shows on Netflix

It’s no secret that as a content producer, Netflix Originals have contributed heavily to the peak TV era. In fact, earlier this year the streaming behemoth announced a focus on originals to bank new subscribers. But that is far from all the platform does. In fact, in the sea of series on the service, there are more than a few licensed gems. Beloved classic series such as “Friends” and “Frasier” have seen second lives (and picked up quite a few new fans who were too young or — gasp — perhaps not even born ... more Comments

Lucy Hale Replaces Jenny McCarthy as Co-Host of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020

Ryan Seacrest will have a new partner on hand for the ball drop this year. Actress Lucy Hale will join Seacrest as co-host for ABC's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020, while Pose star ... more Comments

'Pose' Star Mj Rodriguez on Pushing Fashion Barriers and 'Dressing to be Seen'

“Pose” star MJ Rodriguez loves the “tomboyish style” of her ballroom house mother character, Blanca on the FX period drama. “She can be a lady, but she can be a little masculine within her womanhood too,” she says. “Being that she’s a trans woman, she doesn’t let that hinder her. She pushes the barrier a little bit more.” Rodriguez, who partook in the ballroom scene in her teens, share... more Comments

How The Golden Globes Celebrate Cinematic Television (Column)

When Martin Scorsese complains that a Marvel movie isn’t cinema, he’s not wrong. But his critique of the commercialism undergirding those movies is expressed in the language and tone of an old crank defending a fading novelty from some darned, degenerate kids. It’s not that the theatrical movie-going experience (so sacred!) is going away anytime soon. But it is in danger of becoming the equivalent of attending a live jazz show — something a small group of people do regularly, a slightly larger group of people do on special occasions... more Comments

Women TV Directors Can Call the Shots, But 'Don't Have the Luxury to Fail'

The conversation was lively at the Directing for Television: Women Calling the Shots panel hosted by the Television Academy Foundation on Monday, with four successful female TV directors speaking candidly about the industry and their place in it. The discussion took place as part of the foundation’s Faculty Seminar: The Conference event, during which media educators from around the country gathered for the opportunity to better educate TV’s next generation of content creators and industry leaders. “I really thought I kne... more Comments

The Music of Ryan Murphy: How Collaboration Creates Soundtracks for 'Pose,' 'The Politican, 'Ahs'

Benjamin Franklin believed that only two things were certain in life — death and taxes — but longtime Ryan Murphy collaborator and recently elevated president of Ryan Murphy Productions Alexis Martin Woodall begs to differ. It’s all about music and smells in her estimation. “Nobody is ever going to smell the same thing you smell and feel the exact same way. And that’s how music i... more Comments

Billy Porter Set to Make TV Directorial Debut With 'Pose' Season 3(Exclusive)

Newly-minted Emmy winner Billy Porter can soon add another accomplishment to his resume: television director. Porter is set to direct an episode of FX’s “Pose” during its third season, Variety has learned. No word yet on which episode Porter will be helming or when the episode will head into production. Porter broke the news this week to Variety over a brief phone inte... more Comments

Emmys: Basic Cable Networks Hold Their Own, With Nat Geo Leading the Way

The 2019 Emmys were a harsh, recurring reminder for broadcast networks that their awards lunch is being eaten by premium cablers and streaming services featuring buzzy prestige shows. But basic cablers, despite collectively logging a year-over-year decline in statuettes, managed to grab onto some key prizes with standout titles such as “Pose,” “Killing Eve” and “Fosse/Verdon” on Sunday night. HBO (34), Netfl... more Comments

Pose's Billy Porter Earns Historic Emmy Win for Lead Actor in a Drama Series

The category is: making history. Pose star Billy Porter took home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at Sunday night’s ceremony, becoming the first openly gay African American actor to win the award. (In fact, he was the first such actor to even be nominated in the category.) “I am so overwhelmed and I am so overjoyed to have lived long enough to see this day,” Porter said after dancing up to the stage to accept the award and rej... more Comments

Billy Porter Makes History With Emmys Win

Billy Porter won the 2019 lead drama actor Emmy for his role of ballroom MC and mentor Pray Tell on FX’s “Pose.”  This historic win makes Porter the first openly gay, black man to win in this Emmy category. This is the Tony Award winner’s first-ever Emmy accolade, and he took the stage celebrating his series shouting, “the category is love!” The “overwhelmed and overjoyed&rdquo... more Comments

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