Fans have raved bout POSE ever since its inception in 2018. Since then the series has given two massively popular seasons and Nine-episodes each. The show is ample proof on inclusivity and togetherness in the Netflix ecosystem.
The LGBTQ theme of the show is merged seamlessly to the general plot of the series. The creators have tried not to make the show preachy or dull. All those are very welcome changes in an otherwise slim genre.
American society is unnaturally diversified. There exist many culture distinctions on essential of colour and creed, but all live in harmony. Such themes are explored often but Pose very different.
This musical focuses on the life of a character who happens to be travelling across these lines. Although, it’s not like the creators shy away from depicting issues of reality, when they have the chance. For some, the melodrama is a bit too much, but maybe this show is not for them. And it never will be.
When does the third season come out?
The season three has no release day scheduled officially. All that is due to the ongoing pandemic that has stalled multiple productions. This is not just for Netflix, though, as major shows in Hollywood have also affected.
The season three filming was halted only a week into the show’s filming. That, however, will have to resume from the ground up and productions will pick up from zero. Still, the creative vision of the show will keep up and keep entertaining audiences.
Before all that the scheduled release was June 2022, now that has changed, and projection seem to point towards late 2022 or maybe early 2022 in the latest.
The plot of Pose and LGBTQ subject:-
At first glance, you might think that it’s just about a bunch of queers who dedicate their lives to walking runways, but I assure you, it’s much much more. The show touches on so many essential issues which are not being talked about enough by the media in a way that is not only informative, but also extremely entertaining. And dear god, do not even get me started on the characters. It was impossible for viewers to hate anyone in this show because they’re all just so goddamn incredible.
All the actors – and I mean every single one, do such a fantastic job at giving their characters so much life and depth that they feel all too real.