With the end in sight, we're already thinking about what awaits us in 'Pose' season 3. Take a trip into the future with these theories.
'Pose' season 3 ends the vivid saga of the 1980s New York underground ballroom scene in the LGBTQ community. Why now?
And the category is . . . season 3 of 'Pose' on FX. Here's what we know about the big plot of season 3: the legendary children are
Transphobia is still rife in today's society. That you can tell just based on this year’s Emmy nominations. Here's why.
'Pose' on FX is breaking ground in Hollywood and media in general; with a large cast of transgender actors and the first trans woman of color TV director.
One of the newest and most energetic shows to come out this year is 'Legendary' on HBO. Here's why you should watch 'Pose' on FX instead.
Still confused about the meaning of LGBTQ? If you’re looking to learn, TV is surprisingly one of the better places to learn. Here's why.
'Pose' owes its existence to the controversial documentary that first brought it to the attention of the mainstream: 'Paris is Burning' (1991).
To celebrate 'Pose''s renewal for S3 on FX, we look back at S2E1 “Acting Up” to illustrate just why this show needs to be your new obsession.