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Set in the 1980s, "Pose" is a dance musical that explores the juxtaposition of several segments of life and society in New York: the ball culture world, the rise of the luxury Trump-era universe, and the downtown social and literary scene. Blanca forms a "house," a self-selected family that provides support to LGBTQ youth rejected by their birth families. Damon is a dancer who joins Blanca's house. Together they compete in the Balls -- where house members challenge each other in various categories and are judged on their outfits, attitude, or dance skills -- against Blanca's former house mother, Elektra. Pray Tell is Godfather to the children who compete in the balls. Angel is a streetwalker who develops feelings for a new client, Stan, who has a loving wife, Patty. James Van Der Beek co-stars as Stan's boss, Matt.

Latest episodes

aired 112 days ago
The ultimate showdown takes place at the Princess Ball, as the House of Evangelista battles against the House of Ferocity and Mother of the Year is decided.
aired 115 days ago
Blanca makes a startling revelation about Lil Papi that changes the House of Evangelista forever; Elektra rethinks her means of survival when the House of Abundance is evicted from their apartment.
aired 122 days ago
Pray Tell organizes a cabaret for the AIDS ward at a local hospital.
aired 129 days ago
Blanca is forced to reconnect with her estranged siblings after the death of her mother.
aired 136 days ago
Candy's insecurities about her appearance are heightened when she is criticized at a ball; Blanca worries when Damon and Ricky have a medical scare that threatens to tear them apart.
aired 137 days ago
The House of Evangelista celebrates the holidays and prepares for the Snow Ball in spite of Angel's lack of holiday spirit; Elektra contemplates undergoing an affirming medical procedure.
aired 137 days ago
Blanca is denied access to a popular bar, leading to a purposeful feud; inexperienced Damon learns the truth about love and sex when he is asked on a date.
aired 137 days ago
In 1987 New York, Blanca Rodriguez pursues her dream of becoming a house mother after receiving a devastating medical diagnosis; Damon Richards moves to the city with aspirations of joining a dance company.

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