The musical dance stars of the 80s Evan Peters, Kate Mara and James Van Der Beek will debut in the summer. Tatiana Maslany is no longer united after her role was reinvented during the pilot.
FX advances with its dance drama that makes history Pose, of the prolific producer Ryan Murphy.
As the basic cable network is creating rumors about the second Versace themed season of American Crime Story before its debut on January 17, John Landgraf's store has delivered a series of eight episodes to another Murphy drama. The series will debut in the summer of 2018 and will begin production in February in New York. Emmy winner Tatiana Maslany ( Black Orphan ) is no longer linked; she was ready to star as a modern dance teacher. The role has been reworked since the part was reinvented during production in the pilot. ( THR will report the name of the actress when it becomes available.)
Pose badyzes the juxtaposition of various segments of life and society in the 1980s in New York: the rise of the Trump luxury – it was the universe, the social and literary scene of the center of the city and the world of the culture of the ball. Featured by Murphy's frequent collaborator Evan Peters, Kate Mara and James Van Der Beek, Pose presents the largest cast of transgender actors in regular roles in the series, as well as the largest recurring LGBTQ cast a series of television with scripts. The series features five trans actors in regular serial roles: MJ Rodriguez, Indya Moore (pictured above as Angel), Dominique Jackson, Hailie Sahar and Angelica Ross. Each of them is playing authentic transgender characters.
Murphy co-created the show with frequent collaborator Brad Falchuk ( Glee, American Horror Story ) and Steven Cbads. Murphy American Crime Story collaborators Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson ( The People v. OJ Simpson and the next The Assbadination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story ) also as Alexis Martin Woodall ( The Normal Heart Feud American Horror Story ) and Sherry Marsh ( Vikings) will be the executive producer of Fox 21 co-production of Television Studios and FX Productions . Murphy will direct the first two episodes. Legends and survivors of the ballroom serve as consultants for Pose .
"I am delighted to join forces with John Landgraf and FX Networks and FXP and Dana Walden, Gary Newman and Fox 21 Television Studios to present what I think is a game-changing show, which in the background is an edifying series about the universal search for identity, family and respect, "said Murphy. "In addition to being a dance musical and an affirmative look at American life in the 1980s, I am so proud that Pose and FX have made history from the start by presenting most of the actors regular of the trans series in the history, a production of American television.In addition, the first season Pose will feature more than 50 LGBTQ characters, a record in the history of American television. that people see this incredibly talented and pbadionate cast. " 19659003] Walden and Newman, who oversee Fox, where Murphy will release the procedure 911 on January 3 and 20 TV: "A decade ago, Ryan brought us the innovative pilot script for Glee a show that celebrated the homeless, proudly displayed a completely diverse cast of unknown actors and paved the way for new norms of inclusion and diversity in television. Pose Ryan has again, with his talented collaborators, put the focus on p people who have been marginalized in society, gathering emotional stories and an enormously talented cast in an inspiring series. "
Peters and Mara (the latter returns to Murphy's universe after a role in the first season of American Horror Story ) portray the New Jersey couple Stan and Patty, who get carried away by the glamor and intrigue of New York City in the eighties. Van Der Beek ( Dawson & # 39; s Creek What would Diplo do? ) plays Peters' financial chief, Matt. Alexa Fogel ( Atlanta ) led a six-month national casting search for Pose making a historic trans cast. Tony winner Billy Porter, newcomers Ryan Jamall Swain and Dyllon Burnside co-star. As part of the Murphy & # 39; s Half Foundation, the series will attract emerging trans directors to be counseled through its Directing Mentorship Program.
Pose becomes Murphy's last television series and joins the order of two Netflix stations Ratched ; FX Anthologies American Horror Story, American Crime Story and Feud and Fox 911, all produced by 20th TV, where it is under a lucrative business in general. Murphy is also preparing the second season of Feud, which will focus on Charles and Diana; as well as two other seasons of American Crime Story that are ready to explore Hurricane Katrina and the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
For FX, Pose joins a scripted list that also includes the last season of The Americans, Atlanta, Baskets, Better Things, Legion, Snowfall, Taboo and Trust . The future of the anthology Fargo remains in limbo while the creator Noah Hawley juggles other projects. On the driver's side, FX still has its prequel Sons of Anarchy Mayans MC among others in the works.