After much anticipation, international award winning RuPaul’s Drag Race finally arrives in Spain. Spanish Drag superstar Supremme Deluxe presides as ten of Spain's most talented queens compete over eight grueling episodes to be crowned Spain’s first Drag Race Superstar.
The library is open – already! And we put on our first ever Spanish talent show.
Supremme de Luxe's search for the first drag superstar of Drag Race España continues. This week, the queen must their comedy skills in a Roast where they will have to read the judges. For the challenge preparation they'll count with the help of actor Brays Efe. This week's runway is preparing for the Night of a thousand Rosalías. The humorist Susi Caramelo joins Javier Calvo, Javier Ambrossi and Ana Locking in the judges' panel that alongside Supremme de Luxe, will have to announce the exit of another queen of the show.
Everyone loves… Spanish puppets! And our comedy club queens roast some very special guests – the stars of season 1.
Season 2 kicks off with 12 new queens, an artistic first mini challenge, and a double runway.
In this premiere episode, the queens arrive and take on their first challenge – mounting a bucking Spanish bull while posing for a photographer. Then their skills are tested to the max as they are tasked with designing and creating looks fit for the runway from everyday items from a typical Spanish market stall. Actor and international modeling icon Jon Kortajarena joins the creators of award-winning TV sensation Veneno - Javier Calvo, Javier Ambrossi and award-winning designer Ana Locking on the judging panel as the first queen sashays away from the competition.
The final is here and an all-singing, all-dancing spectacle will help decide who is our next Spanish Drag Superstar!
Only four contestants remain the race to become the first spanish drag superstar. This week the queens put their design and sewing skills to the test in a challenge where they will be paired with member from Madrid Titanes, the first inclusive rugby club of Spain for a drag makeover. The winner of ‘Drag Race Holland’ Envy Peru joins the titular jury lead by Supremme de Luxe and made up by designer Ana Locking and the creators Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi as the race heads to the grand finale.
Don’t touch that! As our mini challenge enters the danger zone, we make over the gay retirees who founded Spain's first LGBTQ old folks' home.
It's our first ever musical – brought to us by our very own musical maestros Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo!
We are throwing a Ball, and a construction challenge, and the theme is Spain across 3 centuries.
This week the queens’ growing friendships are tested as they read each other for the first time. Then it's the moment we've all been waiting for as Spain hosts its inaugural Snatch Game. And in a jam-packed episode the queens present no less than three runway looks in homage to the many looks of the women of Spain. Trap superstar Bad Gyal joins the judging panel as a fourth queen exits the competition.
The search for the first superstar of Drag Race España continues. This week, Supremme de Luxe tests the abilities of the queens in a soccer challenge. In the next challenge, the queens have to make their own advertising campaign based on the Spanish concept "Mocatriz" - model, singer and actress. The actor and singer from the Spanish group Ojete Calor, Carlos Areces, joins Ana Locking, Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi on the judges panel. The third queen leaves the competition.
Wigs will fly in our poetry recital mini challenge then it’s the moment of truth with Snatch Game.
All the queens are welcomed back for the first Drag Race España reunion show! They will review everything that has happened over the season, crown España's first Miss Congeniality, and look ahead to next week's grand finale!
The queens get messy in the mini challenge – The Game of the Goose. And the tea is served on our chat show Diary of Putricia.
Supremme de Luxe continues to search for Spain's first drag superstar. After a fun pun with the Pit Crew, the pressure increases in the maxi challenge 'Divas', where the queens will have to work as a team and demonstrate their singing and dancing skills. The runway then fills with excitement as the queens pay tribute to La Veneno in front of their lifelong friend
As we get ready for next week's Grand Finale, the queens return to discuss the season’s most memorable moments.
The sumos are coming in our giant-sized mini challenge. And the queens create their own publicity campaigns to bring the thirsty post-pandemic tourists back to Spain.
Working in pairs, the queens delve into the grape treading tradition before stepping on the boards in their first acting challenge inspired by the mythical Antena 3 youth series, ‘Física o Química’. Judges Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo will help you prepare your performances. On this week's catwalk, the queens will have to pay tribute to Spanish art. Alaska is the special guest of the jury in this fifth installment in which we will say goodbye to another one of the queens.
In a bonus to the incredible second season of Drag Race España, we relive last week's revealing of the crowned queen to the finalists.
As is customary in the international format, three alternate crownings were recorded for the Grand Finale to preserve the surprise until the last moment and to keep the final winner a secret until the end, even from the finalists themselves. Carmen Farala, Killer Queen and Sagittaria will discover at the same time as viewers who the winner of the first season is in a special instalment hosted by presenter Jonathan Ruiz. During ‘The Coronation’, the finalists will view the final show for the first time and we will see the reaction of the winner live. In addition, during this special broadcast, the three queens will review their journey on the show and will remember the best moments of the first and successful season of Drag Race España.