Ryan Murphy’s Pose is returning for its second season on FX and thanks to Netflix picking up the series streaming rights, it’ll also be coming to Netflix. Here’s what we know about season 2, how Ryan Murphys Netflix deal ties in and when it’ll be on Netflix.
If you’re not familiar with the series, it’s from Ryan Murphy (who has a lot of content on Netflix right now) and is a little different from what you’ve seen before.
The drama series is probably best described as Glee but with the FX dial turned all the way up. That means you’ve got a well-produced drama that focuses on the late 1980s in New York.
Not every Netflix currently carries Pose it’s worth noting, the United States is the biggest region to carry the show but many other European countries currently carry it too.
One thing we should mention is that season 2 of Pose has been extended to 10 episodes, up from its previous eight episodes featured in season 1.
Season 2 is set to premiere on June 11th, 2019 with the second season scheduled to wrap up on August 13th, 2019.
Now let’s move onto when season 2 of Pose will be on Netflix.
When will Pose season 2 be on Netflix in the United States?
The United States will likely now get the series added on an annual basis as with other FX shows and shows from networks. The reason for this is that networks typically add their shows on Netflix shortly before a new season is due to air.
With that said and assuming FX gives the thumbs up to a third season, we can expect season 2 of Pose to arrive on Netflix in May 2020.
Season 2 of Pose on other Netflix regions
Other regions will be getting the next season of Pose much sooner than the United States.
Countries such as Belgium, Germany, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Romania, Poland, and Switzerland will all likely get the new season in January and February 2020.
Other regions will likely get a similar release date as the United States such as Sweden, Iceland, India, and Spain.
Are you looking forward to season 2 of Pose coming to Netflix or will you be watching live on FX? Let us know in the comments.