I´ve finished "Pose" at last. I enjoyed it a lot though it´s not perfect (too simplistic would be the word?). At least Mr. Murphy has admitted he tried to do a "lighter" show with a positive message. Let´s hope it doesn´t deviate from its initial definition because it´s a subject that deserves to be "out there". Evan Peters is a lot better here than in many of his AHS roles, maybe because he needed to be more subtle, and Kate Mara kills it in each scene, mainly when she meets her rival. Of the transgender actresses I loved Indya Moore (Angel) the better for the same reason I liked Evan´s performance: all the others are always giving too much or too little, but Indya says a lot with her body language and sad looks. The nods to "Dynasty" and "Falcon Crest" in episode 2 were so fun and well-deserved! Dominique Jackson (center) should play NuDominique in WC Dienasty! Tonight I watched a few pilots: - "Bodyguard": 24+Scandal+Homeland+House of Cards. Richard Madden is incredibly cute but I expect more originality from the rest of the show. Mad about the Madden boy... - "FBI": The biggest pile of garbage I´ve seen lately. Not even Jeremy Sisto can make his character appealing. - "The Son": Oh my, where to begin with...Too Dallas-y to be objective, I guess. Every character is slappable and the way they portray American Indians and Mexicans is mega-cliched and offensive... - "You": I watched this with no expectation at all...and it got my interest. It surprisingly became a sort of but it looks promising and the actors are good. And, of course, I keep watching my 2 classic sitcoms, "I Dream of Jeannie" (Season 1) and "The Golden Girls" (Season 6).