Usually when a reality show contestant says everyone in a competition is a winner, it’s in that generic, any-opportunity-to-grow-is-a-win kind of way. This is not one of those times. The cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 is *all* winners. Literally. All eight of the queens back for the new season have already won seasons of Drag Race or All Stars in the past. The champion of this season will be crowned Queen of All Queens and take home a big fat $200,000 check...so yeah, it's kind of a big deal.
Competing for that most amazing title/giant pile of money are Raja (winner of Drag Race season 3), Jinkx Monsoon (winner of Drag Race season 5), Monét X Change (winner of All-Stars season 4), Trinity the Tuck (also winner of All Stars season 4), Yvie Oddly (winner of Drag Race season 11), Jaida Essence Hall (winner of Drag Race season 12), Shea Couleé (winner of All Stars season 5), and, repping the franchise’s international alumna, The Vivienne (winner of Drag Race UK season 1).
Now that you’re dying to binge the entire season since the first five episodes are already out, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 and its incredible cast of past winners.
How can I watch RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7?
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 7 is a Paramount+ original, so you’ll need to
steal your mom’s log-in subscribe to watch. FYI, the streaming service has two streaming plans: the Essential plan, which costs $5/month for ad-supported playback, and the Premium plan, which costs $10/month for commercial-free, on-demand streaming and additional live access to your local CBS station.
When do new episodes release?
All Stars 7 premiered on Paramount+ on May 20, so there are a few episodes you can queue up to binge! The first five are available now, but after that, you’ll need to come back every Friday (at 12 a.m. PST/3 a.m. EST to be exact) through July 29 for new episodes. Happy watching!
Is there any bonus content to binge?
Good q! You can tune in to additional seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race *and* seasons 10, 11, and 12 of its official after-show, Untucked, on Paramount+. You can also watch additional Untucked seasons for all of the All Stars episodes. (Untucked is typically filmed between the judging and elimination for each episode, so it's def entertaining and unfiltered aka everything we want out of reality TV.) Happy watching!