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    " Putting Realness Back Into Reality"
    Country
    Runtime 38 min – 1 hr 20 min
    Premiere: World February 2, 2009
    Premiere: USA February 2, 2009
    Channel MTV (20:00, United States)
    Digital: World March 22, 2018
    Parental Advisory Profanity
    • Profanity

      average

    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

      few

    • Sex & Nudity

      few

    Production Companies World of Wonder Productions

    Description

    RuPaul searches for America’s next drag superstar.
    16 seasons, 224 episodes 9 d 2 hr 24 min
    s1: e1 — Season 1, Episode 1  

    Drag on a Dime

    February 2, 2009
    s1: e2 — Season 1, Episode 2  

    Girl Group Challenge

    February 9, 2009
    s1: e3 — Season 1, Episode 3  

    Queens of All Media

    February 16, 2009
    s1: e4 — Season 1, Episode 4  

    M.A.C/Viva Glam Challenge

    February 23, 2009
    s1: e5 — Season 1, Episode 5  

    Drag School of Charm

    March 2, 2009
    s1: e6 — Season 1, Episode 6  

    Absolut Drag Ball

    March 9, 2009
    s1: e7 — Season 1, Episode 7  

    Extra Special Edition

    March 16, 2009
    s1: e8 — Season 1, Episode 8  

    Grand Finale

    March 23, 2009
    s1: e9 — Season 1, Episode 9  

    Re-United!

    March 23, 2009

    Сast and Crew

    Spin-offs

    • RuPaul's Drag U (2010–2012): In each episode, three women are paired with former Drag Race contestants ("Drag Professors"), who give them drag makeovers and help them to access their "inner divas".
    • RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (2012–present): Past contestants return and compete for a spot in the Drag Race Hall of Fame. The show's format is similar to that of RuPaul's Drag Race, with challenges and a panel of judges.
    • Dancing Queen (2018): In April 2013, RuPaul confirmed that he planned to executive-produce a spin-off of Drag Race that stars season five and All Stars season two contestant Alyssa Edwards. Alyssa Edwards has confirmed that the spin-off's title is Beyond Belief (later retitled as Dancing Queen), and that his dance company in Mesquite, Texas is the setting. The series aired on Netflix on October 5, 2018.
    • Feature film: In August 2015, RuPaul revealed that a movie featuring all of the contestants was in the works. "We've got a director for it, we've got a light script, but it just needs a little more retooling and scheduling."
    • RuPaul's Drag Race: The Mobile Game is an upcoming mobile app by World of Wonder and Leaf Mobile's subsidiary East Side Games.

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