The final ball is coming!
Ryan Murphy’s FX drama, which unfolds the New York ballroom scene of the 1980s and ’90s, kicks off its third and last season on May 2.
After confirming that Pose would be coming back for its third and final season this May, FX has now released the show's final trailer. It features the cast we've come to know and love both in and out of the ballroom. The trailer reveals that there seems to be a wedding, ball scenes, as well as at least a cameo appearance by Jeremy Pope. And the looks honey, they are stunning as always!
"This season will be filled with all of the love, the laughter, and tears that you have come to expect from the Evangelista family," show co-creator and executive producer Steven Canals said as he announced the show was coming to an end. "I, along with my television collaborators, never intended on changing the television landscape. I simply wanted to tell an honest story about family, resilience and love,” he added.
The FX drama’s last season jumps the action to 1994, when Pray Tell (played by Billy Porter) is reflecting on his legacy as he grapples with HIV-related health issues. Meanwhile, Bianca (MJ Rodriguez) is facing some professional challenges as she balances her work as a nurse’s aide with motherhood and a budding new relationship.
Steven Canals, co-creator of Pose, announced on social media last month that Season 3 of “Pose” would be the show’s last, and consist of seven episodes.
“This has been an incredible journey and we have told the story that we wanted to tell, the way that we wanted to tell it,” he said at the time. “I, along with my incredible collaborators, never intended on changing the television landscape. I simply wanted to tell an honest story about family, resilience and love.”
Created by Steven Canals, Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy, “Pose” dramatizes New York’s ballroom scene of the 1980s and ’90s. The show broke fresh ground for queer representation upon its 2018 premiere by featuring television’s largest-ever cast of transgender actors in series regular roles, as well as the largest LGBTQ cast for a scripted series. In 2019, Porter became the first gay Black man to win an Emmy for lead actor in a drama for his portrayal of Pray Tell, a designer and ballroom emcee.
Watch the trailer here: