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Drag Race España is a sister series to RuPaul's Drag Race from Spain. The series is produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with Buendía Estudios and executive produced by World of Wonder. The series search to crown España's Next Drag Superstar.

It premiered in May 2021 through the Atresplayer Premium payment in Spain, while in the United States and the rest of the world it is broadcast via streaming on WOW Presents Plus.

It is the sixth international version of the Drag Race franchise to be announced, following The Switch Drag Race, Drag Race Thailand, RuPaul's Drag Race UK, Canada's Drag Race and Drag Race Holland. The show was announced just 11 days after the finale of the debut season of the Dutch version.

On December 30, 2020, the opening of the selection process for the participants for the first season was announced. The jury and the presenter were announced in March 2021, while the contestants were announced on April 26, 2021. Two days later, Michelle Visage made the official presentation of the contestants and announced that the program would premiere in May of that same year. In August 2021, the format was renewed for a second edition. In January 2022, the continuation of the same jury for the second edition was confirmed, through an announcement on social networks, on February 20 were the presentation of the twelve contestants of the second season.

On June 16, 2022, Atresmedia Television in collaboration with Buendía Estudios, renewed the contest for a third season, and announced that Drag Race España: All Stars were in production. The series will become the first international franchise to adapt the All Stars format from RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars.

Series Overview[]

Season No.
Contestants
Episodes Originally Aired
Premiere Finale
1 10 10 May 30, 2021 August 1, 2021
2 12 12 March 27, 2022 June 5, 2022
3 13 12 April 16, 2023 July 2, 2023
4 TBA TBA 2024 2024
5 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Prizes[]

Season Prizes
1
  • €30,000
  • A one-year supply of Krash Kosmetics
  • A crown and scepter
  • An appearance on the cover of Shangay magazine courtesy of Samsung
2
3
  • €30,000
  • A one-year supply of Krash Kosmetics
  • A crown and scepter from Aster Lab
  • A travel to Malta to celebrate the EuroPride 2023
4
  • TBA
5
  • €50,000

Judges[]

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See: Judges/Drag Race España

Drag Race España features four regular judges: Supremme de Luxe, Ana Locking, Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo. Each episode has guest judges who only appear in that episode.

Related Programs[]

See: Drag Race (Franchise)

Drag Race España: All Stars[]

See: Drag Race España: All Stars
All Stars is the sister series to Drag Race España and premiered on 2024. The series showcases past contestants from Drag Race España returning to compete one more time for the crown and to become immortalized in the Drag Race España Hall of Fame and a cash prize of €30,000.

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The contestant won Drag Race España.
The contestant was voted Miss Congeniality.
The contestant quit the competition.
The contestant returned to the competition after being eliminated during a previous season.
The contestant was eliminated earlier in the competition, returned.
The contestant was voted Miss Look Perdido.
The contestant was voted Miss Muerta de Hambre.
Underlines: The contestant later competed in All Stars.

Trivia[]

  • Drag Race España is the first international franchise to have their own "All Stars" season.
  • While the season is recorded, all the queens live under the same house.[citation needed]
  • The drag style of "Las Drag Canarias", as Drag Vulcano, Drag Sethlas or Drag Chuchi, is known for performers with big headpieces, protective crotch cups, high platforms with no paddings, with extravagant androgynous looks.

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