RuPaul’s Drag Race has moved networks (again), with the upcoming 15th season set to premiere 6 January on MTV. “I want my MTV!” the official Drag Race account tweeted. “We’re revving our engines for the BIGGEST season of #DragRace yet — premieres Friday Jan 6 at 8/7c on its new home @MTV.” The series originally premiered in 2009 on Logo, before switching to VH1 for its ninth season.
The last two seasons of All Stars, including the franchise’s first-ever winners’ season, have been exclusive to Paramount+. That’s not all: editions of the franchise have been greenlit in Brazil, Germany and Mexico, which will all air on MTV and Paramount+ in their respective territories.
These new editions will add to the ever-expanding roster of global versions in Thailand, Chile, the UK, Canada, Netherlands, Australasia, Spain, Italy, France and the Philippines.
Belgium and Sweden are also confirmed. A Global All Stars, which will collect fan-favourites from across the franchise, has been confirmed to air on Paramount+.