Aficionados of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK have been left in limbo now that coronavirus has required the subsequent arrangement to be postponed inconclusively. And keeping in mind that there is a lot of RuPaul substance to rewatch on Netflix, HBO has a totally new arrangement at its disposal. Highlighting three of the show’s most unmistakable sovereigns, We’re Here follows Shangela Laquifa Wadley, Bob The Drag Queen, and Eureka O’Hara as they visit modest community America. So how to watch We’re Here in the UK?

HBO may not be accessible in the UK as its own station, however Sky Atlantic hit an arrangement with the link goliath in 2010 letting watchers appreciate any semblance of Game of Thrones, Westworld and even the Phoebe Waller-Bridge delivered arrangement Run close by the U.S. Last October, this arrangement was restored for a further five years, per Variety. As Screen Rant clarifies, this will likewise remember content for HBO’s up and coming spilling administration, which will be given on Sky Atlantic and Now TV.

Clamor connected with a rep for the time being TV, who says that while there’s no official discharge date, it’s “almost certain” that it’ll be made accessible. The arrangement started airing in the States on April 23, and will discharge week by week until May 28.

Meanwhile, HBO are transferring features of the show to their YouTube. There’s a lot of substance from scene one, which sees the sovereign’s show up in Gettysburg to serve lewks and glitz to local people. We’re Here “follows humble community occupants as they’re selected and prepared to take an interest in a one-night just drag execution,” as HBO composes, where Bob, Eureka, and Shangela “will help set up their ‘drag little girls’ by showing them how to step outside their usual ranges of familiarity.”

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