Steven Canals on ‘Pose,’ Pride, and LGBTQ Representation | RS Interview

Steven Canals, the co-creator of FX’s award-winning drama Pose, has already changed lives. The groundbreaking series on New York City’s ballroom scene in the 1980s and Nineties has the largest LGBTQ cast in television history, earned Billy Porter an Emmy for best actor in a drama, and has trans and people of color as writers and producers.

More than a TV show, it’s also a form of advocacy for trans, queer voices, Latinx, black and marginalized people. For the Rolling Stone Interview: Special Edition, we spoke with Steven Canals about the third (and final) season of Pose, queer representation in Hollywood, and what LGBTQ Pride means in 2021.

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