Critic Consensus: A delightful, delicate dance of light and dark, Pose's second season achieves a striking balance between the grittiness of reality and the glamour of the runway.
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as Blanca Rodriguez
as Stan Bowes
as Elektra Abundance
as Patty Bowes
as Pray Tell
as Matt Bromley
as Damon Richards
as Helena St. Rogers
as Lulu Abundance
as Candy Abundance
as Lil Papi
as Nurse Judy
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Combined with substantial character development... this renewed sense of the ticking clock made for a sophomore season that elevated Pose from a comforting but cautious security blanket...into one of TV's smartest, funniest, and most urgent dramas
"Pose" is at its best when orbiting these three characters, which makes this season's first two outings a joy to watch.
Pose has always been a worthwhile series rather than a well-crafted one, and its writing in Season 2 veers all over the place, between heartfelt, didactic, over-explanatory, and anachronistic.
The second season of Pose is a lovely return to this family, although it does occasionally stumble due to some odd plotting or stylistic choices as well as its attempt to cover far more ground than it has the time for.
The most glorious thing about Pose remains unchanged: At its heart, it's simply a family drama. The family is one its characters built themselves, in a world where love can be scarce.
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