We’re Here Season 2: HBO Has Renewed Drag Race Queens’ We’re Here For A Second Season

Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram produced the show and Peter LoGrec directs it. The first iteration drew a lot of attention, especially from Fab Five fans, as it’s essentially a combination of ‘Queer Eye’s heart and straight-up drag transformations from’ RuPaul’s Drag Race. If Your Wig Got Snatched and You Can’t Wait Keep reading to learn more about the Season 2 release date, cast, and other info from Season 2.

When will the second season of We’re Here premier?

Season 1 of “We’re Here” premiered on HBO on April 23, 2020 at 9:00 PM. ET. It is divided into six-hour episodes. It came to an end on June 4, 2020. The show was not renewed until one day after the end of Season 1, on June 5, 2020.

HBO Programming EVP Nina Rosenstein said in a statement. We’re Lord has an echo that we had hoped for but could not have predicted. The stories of our small town drag queens brought us all together in a very positive way.

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We can’t wait to see Bob, Shangela and Eureka continue to help others find their voices. Despite the lack of a confirmed release date, we expect the second season of ‘We’re Here’ to premiere in the summer of 2021.


The show is emotional and heartwarming as it is about volunteers / mentees who have personal reasons for participating in drag performance. Some want to know what it’s like to be a drag queen, others want to be accepted by society, and even others want to apologize for their toxic feelings about queer identities.

We are here season 2

A straight couple opts for a drag-themed wedding in the first season, as does a father who wants to show his love for his daughter. The queens also help a gay makeup artist who craves his father’s affection and acceptance, as well as a devout Christian mother who tries to mend her relationship with his estranged bisexual daughter.

Season 2 follows the same format as the first, but can be expanded worldwide. If COVID-19 allows, the new version should have more fun, a wider range of cultures and more life experiences.

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