Pose returns this month with a brand new season. Season 2 explores the beginning of the 1990s and what the new decade has in store for our favourite characters. Ball battles continue for fame and glory — only this time, the costumes, the lights, the music, and even the attitude, speak ballroom. Fans wouldn’t have it any other way. And what of the House of Evangelista? Find out as Pose returns for a much-awaited season 2 airing live on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE on June 16, 9:30 PM AEDT.
The return of Pose
After a successful first-season run, FX’s Pose returns to your screen to continue showcasing the dazzle of New York’s ball culture. But behind the bright lights and the sparkling costumes, there are dark truths and struggles at play, consuming and destroying. It’s fair to say that all the elements in Pose remarkably make for an excellent drama that relies on brilliant storytelling with compelling characters to root for.
Pose Season 2 TV Preview
The second season of Pose brings viewers to the year 1990, the beginning of a new era with promising possibilities. The ballroom community seeks a place in pop culture in the most enthralling ways. Meanwhile, the House of Evangelista has a tough choice that will greatly impact the future of the house and the people who built it. Watch these revelations unfold as the series makes it Australian premiere on June 16 only on Foxtel’s FOX Showcase.
Lead star MJ Rodriguez returns as House of Evangelista mother Blanca Rodriguez-Evangelista. Recurring actress Sandra Bernhard (Nurse Judy) also joins the main cast in Season 2 as the HIV crisis becomes a more significant part of the show. Grammy and Tony award-winning actress Patti LuPone appears as a guest star.
How to watch the first season of Pose
The show is only in its second season this year. So as new as it is, you can easily watch the previous season on FOX SHOWCASE as part of the Drama Pack, available on demand. Vibrant and aesthetically glorious, Pose is another masterpiece by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck, creators of Glee and American Horror Story, with the addition of Steven Canals.
Catch the first season on Foxtel by subscribing to the Drama Pack at $49/month. If you sign up now, you can even score 2 months free with $0 upfront costs! You’ll also access other drama channels, including BBC First, Binge, Universal Channel, and more.
You can also watch Pose’s first season on Foxtel Now with episodes available for streaming on demand. Get started for free with Foxtel Now’s 10-day free trial. FOX SHOWCASE is part of the entry pack (Pop & Lifestyle) so you can binge more captivating shows after your free trial expires from only $25/month.
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Watch or Stream Pose Replays!
New episodes of Pose will be available for replays after every live airing on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE so you don’t miss it. Even with your crazy schedule, you can still catch the latest episodes on your mobile or other portable devices with the Foxtel Go app. It’s fast and easy. For new members, take advantage of Foxtel Now’s 10-day free trial to get started on a couple of episodes with no charge. As long as you’re using a compatible device, you’re in. Here’s the complete list of compatible Foxtel Go devices.
|iQ2||Yes||No streaming option, or apps. No HD playback|
|iQ3||Yes||No app access|
|iQ4||Yes||Access to 4K content included|
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)|
|iOS Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)|
|Android Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (Android 5 and above)|
|Google Chromecast||Yes||Via casting (only on Multiroom service)|
|Apple TV||Yes||Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)|
|Smart TVs||Yes||Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)|
|Gaming Consoles (PS4, Xbox One, etc)||No|
Pose is not available on free to air in Australia due to broadcasting and licensing rights. Check out the live airing schedule of all eight episodes of Pose Season 2:
- Episode 1: Sun 16 Jun (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 2: Sun 23 Jun (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 3: Sun 30 Jun (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 4: Sun 07 Jul (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 5: Sun 14 Jul (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 6: Sun 21 Jul (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 7: Sun 28 Jul (FOX SHOWCASE)
- Episode 8: Sun 04 Aug (FOX SHOWCASE)
After the live airing of each new episode of Pose, Foxtel will schedule replays to be available on certain days of the week, which you can catch on FOX SHOWCASE. What’s more, you can also stream episodes whenever you want with Foxtel Now’s 10 day free trial. FOX SHOWCASE is part of the entry pack consisting of Pop and Lifestyle at $25/month after your free trial. Not only will you access Pose, you can also enjoy other hit shows including Big Little Lies, Wentworth, Fear the Walking Dead, Chernobyl, and even the recently concluded Game of Thrones.
Special Programming for Pose fans
Pose’s second season will premiere soon but as any fans would know, waiting is just the hardest. With Foxtel and Foxtel Now, you can make the counting of days less frustrating with several shows available for streaming whenever you want. And these shows are just as appealing.
Atlanta (Foxtel Now)
In Atlanta, the music is rich and diverse but the city’s contribution to the world of hip-hop has been particularly noteworthy. In this comedy-drama series created by Danny Glover, two cousins navigate the Atlanta rap scene to make a difference in their own lives and that of their loved ones. Atlanta’s seasons 1-2 are now available for streaming on Foxtel Now as part of the Essentials Pack. Get started on several episodes for free with Foxtel Now’s 10-day free trial. You can watch all the episodes of Atlanta after your free trial ends at only $25/month when you sign up for the Entry pack.
Big Little Lies (Foxtel & Foxtel Now)
Quaint, beautiful town resided by charming families, how could things ever go wrong? Big Little Lies’ Season 1 delivered a satisfying twist to a show that was brilliantly and deliberately sewn together until all the pieces make for that epic season finale. Plus, Big Little Lies is that one show that manages to be hilarious and sinister at the same time. Don’t miss season 2’s latest episodes every Monday at 11:00 AM on FOX SHOWCASE. Meryl Streep also joins the main cast, making the show’s ensemble as high-profile as ever.
As cool and uplifting as the title sounds, euphoria among teenagers can’t be good. In this new HBO show, Euphoria tackles the challenge of finding yourself and the identity you want to establish amidst the ruckus of social media, trauma, drugs, and the ever-present make or break component of every young person — love. Starring Zendaya and Jacob Elordi, catch this new show every Mondays starting June 17, 9:30 PM AEDT, on FOX SHOWCASE.