If there’s one thing RuPaul knows how to do, it is to put on a show, and in the case of the sophomore season of the toughest drag queen singing competition Queens of the Universe, that’s no exception because Paramount+ is bringing back the show, and it’s bigger than ever, with contestants all around the world bringing their A-game for a cash prize of a quarter million dollars.
This season incorporates Spice Girl Mel B in the judge’s panel in substitution of the debut season judge Leona Lewis, but that doesn’t mean the show is going to get any boring, because this show will feature a series of celebrity guest performances, along with the outrageous and funny challenges that viewers have come to love. In any case, the stakes are high this season as queens from all over the world will battle it out for the cash prize and title of Queen of The Universe.
Queen of The Universe Season 2 Preview
Queen of the Universe is a drag queen musical competition executively produced by RuPaul. It is hosted by Graham Norton and features Trixie Mattel, Michelle Visage, Vanessa Williams, and Spice Girl Mel B as the judges that will decide which drag queen amongst the ten participating from all around the world will sing, perform and bring the most incredible acts on stage.
The show will consist of 6 episodes filled with a variety of performances from the drag queens, set to challenge their creativity and craft. It also includes special guest appearances by some of the most famous figures in the fashion, music, TV, and film industries. Each episode will feature the iconic real singing battles between two contestants who must compete with each other in order to win the grand prize. The drag queens will also have a chance to show off their unique style, creative costuming, singing, and dancing abilities.
Who Are The Contestants For Queens Of The Universe Season 2?
For this season of Queens of the Universe, the show’s producers hand-picked a total of ten drag queens from all over the world, including Aura Eternal from Drag Race Italy, Love Masisi from Drag Race Holland, Chloe V from Brazil, Jazell Royale from the United States, Maxie from the Philippines, Miss Sistrata from Israel, Trevor Ashley from Sydney, Viola from the United Kingdom and Taiga Brava from sunny Cancún, Mexico.
Queen of The Universe Season 2 Official Trailer
Queen of The Universe Season 2 Episode 1 Release Date
Queen of the Universe’s sophomore season debut episode will land on Paramount+ on 2 June 2023 at 00:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. Each episode will last 45 minutes of run time. Below, you’ll find the time release schedules for different parts of the world.
- Pacific US Time: 21:00 hrs (the previous day, 1 June 2023)
- Australian Time:
- Sydney Time: 14:00 hrs (the previous day, 1 June 2023)
- Melbourne Time: 14:00 hrs (the previous day, 1 June 2023)
- Brisbane Time: 13:00 hrs (the previous day, 1 June 2023)
- United Kingdom Time: 05:00 hrs
- Singapore Time: 12:00 hrs
- India Standard Time: 09:30 hrs
- Central Europe Standard Time: 06:00 hrs
- New Zealand Standard Time: 18:00 hrs (the previous day, 1 June 2023)
Queen of The Universe Episode Guide
Queen of the Universe is a drag queen singing competition from Paramount+ and will debut in early June 2023. The debut season of this show had six episodes, as such, and considering that Paramount+ only left a few details out ahead of the premiere of the sophomore season, we can expect the same amount of episodes. Below, you’ll find the episode list.
- Episode 1 “TBA” 2 June 2023
- Episode 2 “TBA” 2 June 2023
- Episode 3 “TBA” 9 June 2023
- Episode 4 “TBA” 16 June 2023
- Episode 5 “TBA” 23 June 2023
- Episode 6 “TBA” 30 June 2023
Where To Watch Queen of The Universe?
Queen of the Universe streams exclusively on Paramount+. As such, you’ll need a subscription to that service. Paramount+ is home to CBS original series, shows, and productions, as well as MTV and Nickelodeon, and hosts movies and original series like Queen of the Universe, Mayor of Kingstown, Yellowstone, Tulsa King, and many more. A basic subscription to Paramount+ costs $4,99 a month, and a premium subscription plan costs $9,99 a month and gives you access to the live feed of CBS Plus live sports. If you’re looking for an alternative to Netflix and Hulu, we recommend this streaming service as it offers thousands of hours of entertainment for all ages and tastes.