Drag Race Thailand (TH: แดร็ก เรซ ไทยแลนด์) is a sister series to RuPaul's Drag Race where contestants are cast to compete against one another to challenge their abilities as drag artists and entertainers. This series is co-hosted by Art Arya and Pangina Heals.
Season 1 and its cast was announced on January 14, 2018 and began airing on Thai television on February 15, 2018. Ten contestants competed for the chance to win ฿500.000 and a crown & scepter from Fierce Drag Jewels. Natalia Pliacam became the first winner of the new franchise cementing herself in Drag Race history as the first ever title holder of Thailand's Next Drag Superstar and the first ever big girl to win in the whole franchise.
Season 2 was announced shortly after the conclusion of the first season and moved into production shortly after in March 2018. The announcement for the cast this season took place on the very first episode. Only a vague idea of the cast was known from a Casting Special featuring various members of the top 40 contestants that was distributed online on January 7, 2019. The new season began airing on Thai television on January 11, 2019 where fourteen contestants competed for the chance to win a cash prize of ฿500.000, a gift voucher from Wind Holistic Clinic worth ฿100,000, a round trip flight to Maldives for two from Air Asia worth ฿50,000, and a crown & scepter from Fierce Drag Jewels worth ฿250,000, a total prize of ฿900,000. Angele Anang won the season and title of Thailand's Next Drag Superstar while pushing boundaries in the Drag Race franchise; winning 6 challenges in a single season and being the first winner who is a trans woman.
The series was rumored to have been cancelled, with these rumors remaining unconfirmed or denied for about two years after the airing of the second season. Pangina Heals later stated she does not know whether or not Season 3 would be happening soon. In an interview with Mera Mangle, Pangina mentioned that Drag Race Thailand was not officially cancelled and may have a comeback. 
On July 15, 2021, a third season was confirmed by Katana Group president Piyarat Kaljareuk. The season is set to air in 2022.