After the pandemic spoiled the plans for the third season of ‘Pose’, Ryan Murphy is back again!
Just when you think about what Ryan Murphy could now produce, the news of a new season or show makes headlines. Over the years, Ryan Murphy has truly managed to create an empire of successful TV shows. One of the innumerable shows that he has managed to create ‘Pose’, stands out for many reasons. The show was launched in 2018 and has released two seasons till now. ‘Pose’ features Mj Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Dominique Jackson, and Emmy winner Billy Porter.
- Ryan Murphy drops a major hint
- ‘Pose’ Season 3 will take a leap?
- Self-discovery of characters
In the past two seasons, Ryan Murphy’s ‘Pose’ has fearlessly illustrated the social and literary scenesat the centre of the world of culture
Ryan Murphy drops a major hint
A few days ago Ryan Murphy shared a major hint from the sets of ‘Pose’ through his Instagram. The post confirmed that season three was officially happening and will be released in the spring of next year. The photo showed a clapperboard that is used during the filming, with ‘POSE’ written across it.
The blurry background showed filming cameras. In the clapperboard, Ryan Murphy was listed as a writer and transgender activist. While Janet Mock was given directorial credits and Andrei Bowden Schwartz has been named as the camera operator. The episode has been named “Safety for Sarah”. Hence, giving fans a tiny hint on the coming premiere episode.
Ryan Murphy’s ‘Pose’ features many LGBTQ characters. It highlights the many issues that the community faced in the ’80s and ’90s and continues to do so even today.
‘Pose’ Season 3 will take a leap?
In season 2 of ‘Pose’, we saw the show take a jump into 1990. A leap of three years that saw Elektra help Blanca snatch the coveted Mother of the Year trophy at a ball. When ‘Pose’ returns with season 3, it will take a leap again. This time it will be the mid-90s.
In an interview with “TV Guide”, Steven Canals revealed the details. “Thematically it’s much of the same. Our heroes are navigating New York and this time it’s New York of 1994”, Canals revealed. “One big thing is Blanca finds love. A large part of Blanca’s arc for the season is the push and pull of being both a partner and a mom. How do you balance all these multiple roles? Blanca has always been so devoted and focused on her children. She’s finally focusing on herself and going for her goals in a way we’re really never seen for her. We’ll be exploring the ripple effects. How does that then impact her children?” Bianca’s love interest will be played by Jeremy Pope who earlier featured in another Murphy creation, ‘Hollywood’.
In the past two seasons, Ryan Murphy’s ‘Pose’ has fearlessly illustrated the social and literary scene in the centre and the world of culture. The following is enough for you to understand its impact that has been proven by Murphy in the past seasons.
Highlights the issues of the community
‘Pose’ is set in the late-80s and early-90s where it showcases the New York underground ball scene. Majority of the actors working on the show are LGBTQ members. Hence, Murphy can easily be credited for making the show as authentic as possible. The series mainly follows Blanca and her House of Evangelists that includes Angel, Damon, Lil’ Papi, and Ricky.
Ryan Murphy’s ‘Pose’ features many LGBTQ characters. It highlights the many issues that the community faced in the ’80s and ’90s and continues to do so even today. The major plot of ‘Pose’ in the former seasons revolved around HIV and AIDS. It also introduced the audience to the homeless gay youth, the prejudices faced by the LGBTQ community, and the trans life in America.
Pose’s Director Janet Mock told NPR last year about the series’ importance in the culture. “I watch the monitors sometimes with tears in my eyes, realizing that these were the sort of stories that I was craving as a young person.”
Self-discovery of characters
In the previous two seasons, Ryan Murphy has showcased characters that have managed to keep you on the edge of your seat. The show takes us through great character development that is heartening for the viewers to witness.
Blanca, in ‘Pose’, goes through a lot of self-discovery in season 1 and season 2. She gains confidence throughout her journey as a woman and mother. She’s fierce and is loved by fans due to the developments that have been shown in the show.
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