Drag queens recruit and train small-town residents to participate in a one-night-only drag performance.
D.J. "Shangela" Pierce
COVID-19 disrupts the queens' production schedule, but they make it work; as Bob, Eureka and Shangela explore the series' impact, they reveal the life-changing experiences they've had traveling across the country and meeting LGBTQ community members.
Bob, Eureka and Shangela shake things up in Ruston, La.; they enlist Jose, a gay man who is tired of censoring himself, ex-firefighter Stacy, a straight ally, and Lynn, a lesbian who lost her left arm and leg but wants to reclaim her independence.
The queens help the residents of Farmington and Shiprock, N.M.; they enlist gay Navajo photographer Nate, lesbian public defender Nicole, and Stacey and her daughter, Jasmine, who are processing the suicide of their daughter and sister, DJ.
In Branson, Mo., a wholesome showbiz town smack in the middle of the Bible Belt, Bob, Eureka, and Shangela help Tanner, Charles and Chris who are struggling to be their true selves in a community that prides itself on its traditional values.
Bob, Eureka and Shangela head to Twin Falls, Idaho, a conservative, predominantly Mormon community in Magic Valley; the queens meet a group of drag artists who need help forming a community and work with Clifton, Brandon and Mikayla.
Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O'Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley arrive in Gettysburg, Pa., to put on a one-night-only drag show featuring locals in need of a little support and empowerment, including Hunter, Darryl and Erica.
In this special four-episode event, three different RuPaul's Drag Race fan favorites are challenged with giving three different A-listers drag makeovers. Their queens then battle it out in classic competitions for the title of America's Next Celebrity Drag Superstar as well as prize money for the charity of their choice.
From the producers of the critically acclaimed 2010 documentary film "Catfish" comes a TV version, which follows the journey of couples who have formed an online relationship but have never met in person. Filmmakers Yaniv "Nev" Schulman -- whose own online love drama was the subject of the "Catfish" film -- and Max Joseph travel around the country to tell the stories of these hopeful romantic partners, and each hourlong episode is filled with mystery, surprises, and sometimes even shocking revelations as one partner discovers the truth about his or her significant other. What will happen when they meet in real life for the first time?
When Jazz Jennings was 2 years old, she asked her mother when a fairy was going to change her from a boy to a girl. Now years removed from the beginning of her transition, Jazz is a transgender young woman with a unique perspective and some unexpected daily experiences. Those are shared in this complex and fascinating docuseries, which focuses on Jazz as she prepares to enter high school, faces decisions regarding her health, has to choose between her passion for soccer and spending more time with friends, and enters the dating world. Parents Greg and Jeanette -- who have always supported Jazz -- now worry about what's next as she enters adolescence. Sister Ari and twin brothers Griffen and Sander stand by their little sister and guide her as she begins her high school years.