In a statement, co-creator Ryan Murphy called Pose one of the creative highlights of his entire career, and said the show will "go down in history for having the largest LGBTQ cast of all time."
Pose not only cast a plethora of transgender actors, but it also shaped the standard of understanding the LGBTQ community on television with stories about AIDS, self-creation and more.
The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning show will have an abbreviated season of seven episodes, down from eight in season one and 10 in season two. The first two episodes will premiere together and the series finale will air June 6.
The cast and creators of Pose took to social media to express their appreciation for their time on the show.
Hey Pose fam! We made the decision to end @PoseOnFX after 3 seasons because we reached the intended ending of our story. This experience has been life changing. THANK YOU is too small a word. And yet, it’s what is in my heart. Hope to see you in May 2nd when we debut. #PoseFXpic.twitter.com/P9fMZfrS06