It's been quite some time since Priyanka (what's her name!) was crowned Canada's First Drag Superstar and now the competition is returning for more Canadian queens to sash-eh their way to the crown with Canada's Drag Race season 2.
Some of the fiercest queens in the land are set to showcase their Canadian charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent as they compete to become Canada’s Next Drag Superstar. #QueenOfTheNorth Brooke Lynn Hytes returns as judge along with Season 1 guest host Amanda Brugel, Season 1 "Squirrel Friend" (and Etalk senior correspondent) Traci Melchor and celebrity stylist Brad Goreski.
Season 2 of Canada's Drag Race will bring audiences a few surprises and "RU-veals" that have never been done before, while also celebrating the uniqueness of Canada's drag scene and queer community.
Fans will also be treated to Rupaul's Drag Race-favourites: Snatch Game, Rumails and Untucked.
Canada's Drag Race recently took home five Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Reality/Competition Program or Series.
Not to mention, Season 1 was the best-performing Canadian and Crave Original Series in the platform’s history, the most-watched series on Crave streaming platforms during its entire 10-week run and available internationally in more than 160 countries. Just a humble Canadian brag, hunny!
We're here to answer all your questions about Canada's Drag Race season 2 and how to watch it in Canada.
You can watch Canada's Drag Race on Crave in Canada. Stream season one now on Crave.
You can stream Canada's Drag Race on Crave.
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There’s a new Fab Four in town serving up fierce critiques with a side of Canadian pride. Joining Season 1 alum and #QueenoftheNorth Brooke Lynn Hytes in the hunt for Canada’s next Drag Superstar are three homegrown icons: actor and Season 1 guest host Amanda Brugel; TV personality and celebrity stylist Brad Goreski; and Etalk Senior Correspondent and Canada’s Squirrel Friend from Season 1, Traci Melchor.
Stay tuned for more details on the cast of Canada's Drag Race for its sophomore season.
Canada's Drag Race season 2 will have 10 new episodes, which will be available to audiences in Canada in both English and French.
The first winner of Canada's Drag Race was Toronto-based queen Priyanka and she won the title of Canada's First Drag Superstar along with a $100,000 cash prize and a year of hotel stays courtesy of Hilton.
See what else is coming to CTV this fall here.
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