FX’s Pose is coming to an finish. On Friday, it was introduced that the show’s upcoming third season will be its last. “Pose has been one of many artistic highlights of my total profession,” co-creator Ryan Murphy stated in a press release. “From the very starting when Steven Canals and I sat down to listen to his imaginative and prescient and concepts for the present, it has been a ardour venture. To go from the start of my profession within the late ’90s when it was almost inconceivable to get an LGBTQ character on tv Pose — which can go down in historical past for having the biggest LGBTQ forged of all time — is a really full circle second for me. This present made historical past behind and in entrance of the digicam, and its legacy runs deep.”
Murphy continued by thanking his fellow creators, Steven Canals and Brad Falchuk, in addition to government producer/author/director Janet Mock. He additionally thanked Our Woman J for “her unimaginable work as a producer, author and actress on the present,” in addition to John Landgraf and Dana Walden, who “supported Pose from the very starting.” “We received to inform the precise story we wished, as we wished to inform it, and I am extremely honored and grateful. Pose‘s story might finish in 1996, however its impression will go on ceaselessly.”
The abbreviated third season, which was beforehand introduced in 2019, will encompass seven episodes. The ultimate season will debut on FX on Could 2, with the collection finale airing on June 6.