You know what that means: a lot of forced allusions to New Zealand icon Sam Neill from me and a tonne of nasty stunts and styles from the queens as RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under is ready to show off in Season 2. With All Stars 7 coming to an end, Drag Race France nearing its conclusion, and Canada’s Drag Race just getting started, there is a tonne of drag racing happening right now. We’re here to explain what’s going on in Australia because we know you’re already keeping up with a lot.
Let’s start with the big one: how can Americans watch RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under Season 2 if they don’t reside in Australia or New Zealand? Here is all the information you require.
Where in the US can I watch RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under Season 2?
Only on WOW Presents Plus will RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under Season 2 be shown in the United States. You can sign up for a free, 7-day trial of WOW Presents Plus if you’re not already a subscriber.
Almost everyone else does the same, with the exception of four nations. Canadian viewers can catch the show on Crave, while UK viewers can watch Drag Race Down Under on BBC Three. If you reside in Australia or New Zealand and want to cheer on your hometown queens, you can watch the series on Stan or TVNZ+, respectively.
Release Date of Episode 3: “A Bottomless Brunch”
Release Date: August 13, 2022
More Details Drag Race Down Under Season
On September 9, 2021, casting for the upcoming second season was officially announced. On Tuesday, October 5, casting was completed. For a second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, which will film in New Zealand and have its New Zealand premiere in 2022, TVNZ will collaborate with Stan, World of Wonder, Passion Distribution, and Warner Bros. International Television Production New Zealand, according to TVNZ Director of Content Cate Slater.
The season was supposed to start filming on January 18 and continue through February 14 of 2022, according to media reports. Around this time, judges from season 1 Michelle Visage and Rhys Nicholson were spotted in south Auckland, sparking rumors that they would both be returning to judge season 2. Anita Wigl’it, a participant from season 1, additionally declared that she was filming an appearance for season 2.
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Aubrey Haive of Timaru, New Zealand (based in Melbourne), Fax Fr of Thuhu, New Zealand (based in Sydney), and Kween Kong of Mangere, New Zealand are three New Zealand-born queens who are currently based in Australia (base in Adelaide). Anita Wigl’it and Kita Mean served as the show’s judges, while Spankie Jackzon defeated the drag race down under alumnus Elektra Shock to win Season 2 of House of Drag.
How’s Your Head, Queen? with Season 1 winner Kita Mean and RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14 contestants Angeria Paris VanMicheals, Jasmine Kennedie, and June Jambalaya who host a couch kiki for a weekly watch party of the show, and Binge Queens with Season 1 winner Kita Mean and the contestants who were recently eliminated from the show in Down Under, Jasmine Kennedie, and June Jambalaya.