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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News & Interviews for Pose: Season 1
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.
Pose brims with fresh faces delivering impressive performances, and it succeeds in humanizing characters and a subculture that has too often been overlooked, oppressed or vilified elsewhere on television.
Invigorating or emotionally affecting at its best, it's also clunky and rote-like with unbecoming frequency.
Pose finds itself in the odd position of being the least catty, least sharp-eyed of Ryan Murphy shows, even as it's set in a demimonde that values these qualities above all else.
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