Serving a new twist on the mega-hit RuPaul's Drag Race as it pits queens from previous seasons in a wig-to-wig drag battle royale.
|Specials||August 2012||April 2023||17|
|Season 1||October 2012||November 2012||6|
|Season 2||August 2016||October 2016||9|
|Season 3||January 2018||March 2018||8|
|Season 4||December 2018||February 2019||10|
|Season 5||June 2020||July 2020||8|
|Season 6||June 2021||September 2021||12|
|Season 7 - All Winners||May 2022||July 2022||12|
|Season 8||May 2023||July 2023||12|
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RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Drag Race variants, is a television drag queen competition franchise created by American drag icon RuPaul, and the production company World of Wonder. It originated in the United States in 2009 and has been adapted in various countries. The show's aim to find the next "Drag Superstar", with the winners occupying the traits of "charisma", "uniqueness", "nerve" and "talent". RuPaul stated that the show looks for an entertainer who can stand out from the rest. RuPaul’s Drag Race is credited for making drag "mainstream".
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