Drag Race Brazil Season 3 Episodes: Streaming Guide & Schedule

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Drag Race Brasil
A still from the show (Credit: Paramount+)

Drag Race Brazil is making its way to the small screens, and today, we’re sharing all the details you should know ahead of the premiere. The RuPaul’s Drag Race Carioca variant will put twelve participants to play against each other in singing, dancing, costumes, and sassy play in order to win a hefty cash prize, an induction into the Drag Race Hall of Fame and a shot at participating in another of RuPaul’s international Drag Race competitions.

The tried-and-true approach to Drag Race has hit Brazil and plans to do so with a loud bang. So, if you’re a fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race and like its variants, this is one you don’t want to miss because of the varieties, surprises, and challenges ahead. 

Drag Race Brasil
One of the show’s judges (Credit: Paramount+)

Drag Race Brazil Preview

The latest regional spinoff of the popular and successful RuPaul’s Drag Race takes things to the land of Samba, Carnival, Bossa Nova, and football, Brazil, the South American giant whose drag queen genre has a niche and big following. 

Ordered for a twelve-episode debut season, the show will run Wednesday nights on a weekly basis. Furthermore, the show’s judges are Grag Queen, Bruna Braga, and Dudu Bertholini. 

Drag Race Brasil Official Trailer

Drag Race Brasil Contestants

A total of twelve participants will be featured this season. They are Aquarela, 26, from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Betina Polaroid, 46, from Rio de Janeiro; Dallas de Vil, 26, from Campinas, Sao Paulo, Diva More, 42, from Jaquirana, Rio Grande de Sul, Hellena Malditta, 23 from Sao Gonçalo, Rio de Janeiro, Melusine Sparkle, 26, from Sao José do Rio Preto, Sao Paulo, Miranda Lebrao, 33, from Rio de Janeiro, Naza, 22 from Monte Santo de Minas, Minas Gerais, Organzza, 30, from Rio de Janeiro, Rubi Ocean, 30, from Brasilia, Distrito Federal, Shannon Skarllet, 25, from Rio de Janeiro, and Tristan Soledade, 34 from Belém, Pará.

Drag Race Brasil
Meet the contestants from Drag Race Brazil (Credit: Paramount+)

Drag Race Brasil Episode 1 Release Date

Drag Race Brasil will be released by MTV, Wow Presents Plus, and Paramount+ on Wednesday, 30 August 2023, at 21:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. Each episode will run for one hour. In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release dates for this show. 

  • Pacific Time (PT): 18:00 hrs
  • Mountain Time (MT): 19:00 hrs
  • Central Time (CT): 20:00 hrs
  • Eastern Time (ET), United States: 21:00 hrs
  • Central European Time (CET): 03:00 hrs (next day)
  • Sydney Time: 11:00 hrs (next day)
  • Melbourne Time: 11:00 hrs (next day)
  • Singapore Time (SGT): 03:00 hrs (next day)
  • India Standard Time (IST): 06:30 hrs (next day)
  • Japan Standard Time (JST): 04:00 hrs (next day)

Please note that daylight saving time changes might affect the time difference between time zones.

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Drag Race Brasil Episode Guide

For the moment, Paramount+ confirmed a dozen episodes for this series to be released weekly starting on late August 2023. Consult our episode guide and mark your calendar so you never miss a single moment of this Carioca competition drag show. Furthermore, if there’s a change in the schedule of airings, we’ll let you know with an update. 

  • Episode 1 – 30  August 2023
  • Episode 2 – 6 September 2023
  • Episode 3 – 13 September 2023
  • Episode 4 – 20 September 2023
  • Episode 5 – 27 September 2023
  • Episode 6 – 4 October 2023
  • Episode 7 – 11 October 2023
  • Episode 8 – 18 October 2023
  • Episode 9 – 25 October 2023
  • Episode 10 -1 November 2023
  • Episode 11 – 8 November 2023
  • Episode 12 – 15 November 2023

How To Watch Drag Race Brasil Episodes?

Catch the new episodes of Drag Race Brasil at the times and dates described above. There are several ways to watch this show, depending on your location. Firstly, Paramount+ distributes worldwide all of RuPaul’s Drag Race spinoffs, and as such, all episodes will be available there. Paramount+ offers subtitles and translation into several languages.

Secondly, this show will also be distributed by Wow Presents Plus, a streaming service that also distributes regionally the content produced by RuPaul and its regional variants. So, if you can’t access Paramount+ in your region, you might have access to this streaming platform. Also, Wow Presents Plus offers subtitles and translation services.

Lastly, if you reside in Brazil and have a cable subscription, the show will be broadcast by MTV Brazil at the times and dates described above. This alternative doesn’t offer translation or subtitles. 

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  • Alberto Zambrano

    I'm Alberto Zambrano, and I'm a Venezuelan writer who specializes in writing gossip and entertainment from streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. You can reach out to me via Alberto@otakukart.com.

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