Pose (2018) - Drama

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Pose is set in the world of 1987 and "looks at the juxtaposition of several segments of life and society in New York: the rise of the luxury universe, the downtown social and literary scene and the ball culture world."

IMDB: 8.6
Stars: Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson
Length: 60 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 4 out of 147 found boring (2.72%)

One-line Reviews (27)

Every episode was entertaining.

Watch, if you like to waste your time.

Absolutely amazing and worth watching.

Pose had a thoroughly entertaining first season, although I'm wondering where the next season will go, as many plot points felt concluded and many character arcs came to a satisfying conclusion.


" The ballroom culture of the 80's is fascinating, as are many of the characters.

Every episode is engaging & brilliantly scripted.

The plot is very predictable, just look on a ball's marks: amount of points in most important battles is different only on ONE (what a triumphant victory of "good" house against "evil" house.

Moving, exciting, funny, stylish, amazing.

Every dramatic moment was contrived and inauthentic.

Like a lot of Netflix and other streaming TV shows, the first few episodes of Pose start off fascinating and interesting-the creators successfully take us to another world, a world that cable and network TV can't afford to enter.

Stunning .

Its certainly a colourful and entertaining show, it appears to confront issues of the time reasonably head on and with honesty and relevance that would have been the norm back then.

Yet, like The Boys, Teen Wolf, The Hill, Santa Clarita Diet, and other off-the-wall shows, Pose finds itself walking down that path of preachy pontificating which of course opens itself up to annoying hypocrisy and cliché redundancy rather quickly.

Another one pointless TV show.

Boring to death drag battles, aids cry scenes, trivial prostitute love with client and some FRIENDSHIP and FAMILY also in trivial style.

The 80s ball scene is compelling--fresh, fascinating, gorgeous.

Unbearable .

I find it mostly engaging and enjoyable, and certainly think it is worth the investment of time, no doubt you will become as hooked and interested in the evolving stories of the lead characters as I am.

Fascinating .

Amazing, thrilling and heartbreaking series to remember those who suffered by beeing different, gay, trans, bi, HIV positive and those who lost the fight in the past.

The characters are interesting, the story is compelling, and the overall tone is about people making the most of their lives.

But even though I have no particular interest in drag queens, loud night clubs, vogueing, or gender fluidity, I absolutely love this series, which is wildly entertaining: funny, touching, inspiring, tragic, and filled with fully developed, eminently relatable characters.

All in all, I would highly recommend Pose, a stylish, entertaining show with heart.

Worth Watching.

Such stunning and glamour darling A really 80s series for the real 80s generation

The first gift bestowed upon Pose is BEAUTIFUL, ELEGANT writing, and secondly, the execution by the cast and crew is downright STUNNING.