The series, which follows RuPaul on a mission to crown America’s Next Drag Superstar, has received universal acclaim since its debut back in 2009 and has launched spin-offs in Thailand and the UK – the latter of which will premiere later this year.

It was recently announced that there will also be a Canadian spin-off, details of which are still to be announced.

Although it was once declared that “drag will never be mainstream”, the series became the first to win the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Programme and Host within the same year.

It’s become a global phenomenon honey! If you haven’t watched the series yet, then huh? Well don’t worry, there’s still time to – as Laganja Estranja once said – “get sickening!” You’ll understand that reference soon.

As of recent, all 15 seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race are available to stream in the UK. Sounds like a lot, but it’s worth it – trust. The eleven regular seasons of the show can be watched on Netflix, while the four All Star editions can be caught on NOW TV.

If you don’t want to spend any mulla, then both streaming services have one-month trials. For newbies out there, we’ve put all 15 seasons in chronological order and where you can watch them – see below.

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? NOW TV

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? NOW TV

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? NOW TV

Where can I watch? Netflix

Where can I watch? NOW TV



Where can I watch? Netflix

 

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