Critic Consensus: Charged with energy, poise, and confidence, Pose pirouettes between artistic opulence and deliciously soapy drama to create a fresh new addition to Ryan Murphy's lexicon.
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as Blanca Rodriguez
as Elektra Abundance
as Pray Tell
as Damon Richards
as Helena St. Rogers
as Lulu Abundance
as Candy Abundance
as Lil Papi
News & Interviews for Pose: Season 1
As queer scholar Jeanne Vaccaro half-joked recently to a friend of mine, Pose is "Paris Is Burning meets 7th Heaven." And why shouldn't it be?
The great thing about Pose isn't that it does the singular thing it does with any restraint. It's that, finally, in 2018, it's got the chance to do the singular thing it does, at all.
Invigorating or emotionally affecting at its best, it's also clunky and rote-like with unbecoming frequency.
The most exciting aspect of the show is the fresh faces that populate it.
For those of us new to that world, Pose introduces us to its rituals, language, and spirit effortlessly, and enjoyably.
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