Pose: FX release trailer for final series
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Pose is the ballroom culture-inspired series on FX created by none other than Ryan Murphy who is behind American Horror Story and Glee. Despite becoming a global hit, Pose has been cancelled after just three series, rounding off Pray Tell (played by Billy Porter), Blanca Rodriguez-Evangelista (Mj Rodriguez) and the rest of the gang’s stories. Fans in the UK are now more eager than ever to watch the remaining episodes of Pose.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Pose.
How to watch Pose season 3 in the UK
Pose season three started in America on FX on Sunday, May 2.
The series is made up of just seven episodes, making it the shortest of the three.
Season one featured eight while series two had 10 episodes in total
While all three of the series have been available to watch via FX in America, they have been airing on BBC Two in the UK.
Pose started in the States in 2018 but the first series didn’t make its way to the UK until March 2019.
The second series came out on BBC Two in October of that same year, so new episodes of Pose haven’t been shown in the UK for two years.
The first couple of series are also ready to stream on Netflix.
Unfortunately, as of writing this article, there is no way of watching season three of Pose in the UK.
A UK release date for the third series hasn’t been revealed and since there is no logical pattern, it is difficult to predict when it will come out.
On the other hand, there is more of a pattern when it comes to Pose being released on Netflix.
There is no confirmation as to when Pose season three will be dropped on the streaming service.
However, both series one and two were out 10 months after their season finales aired in the US.
As series three ended in June 2021 on FX, it could be on Netflix sometime in April 2022.
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So sadly, it will most likely be quite some time until the final series of Pose is ready to watch in the UK.
But as the drama is coming to an end, it’s bound to be an emotional one.
The synopsis for series three reads: “The year is 1994 and ballroom is a distant memory for Blanca, who is struggling to balance being a mother with being a present partner to her new love, and her latest role as a nurse’s aide.
“Elsewhere, ballroom emcee Pray Tell is dealing with unexpected health burdens while, in the ballroom scene, a vicious new upstart house forces the House of Evangelista members to contend with their legacy.”
peaking of Pose coming to an end, Murphy said: “From the beginning, when Steven Canal and I sat down to listen to his vision and ideas for the show, it’s been a passionate project.
“From the beginning of my career in the late ’90s, when LGBTQ was almost impossible to find.
“But the character even poses – which will go down in history for the greatest LGBTQ artists ever – is a truly fulfilling moment for me.”
Pose is available to watch on FX and BBC iPlayer.
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