Watch The Sneak Peek Trailer For ‘Drag Race Holland’, Which Starts This Week

The race never stops.

Watch the extended first trailer for 'Drag Race Holland'

RuPaul’s fracking Drag Race for all it’s worth, with Drag Race Holland — the sixth edition of the reality show this year alone  — beginning in just three days. And now, we’ve got a proper first look at the Netherlands’ werkroom, where the 10 queens will compete to become Holland’s first drag superstar.

In the trailer, we quickly meet the 10 queens as they enter the werkroom — including, in a Drag Race first, our first-ever bearded queen, Madame Madness. The show also includes several queens who come from South America and have found their home in Holland, including Envy Peru and the Brazillian Miss Abby OMG, which yes, is her full name. There’s a Flemmish queen too, the campy clown Sederginne. If you want a little more of each queen, EW did a stunning photoshoot with them.

The queens compete not only for the title of Holland’s first drag superstar, but a cover shoot and 10-page spread in Dutch Cosmopolitan, a custom dress by Claes Iversen, and a crown from Fierce Jewels. And, of course, the chance to take their drag global.

The show will be hosted by Holland’s Next Top Model judge Fred van Leer, and in a first for Australia, will be available to stream on WoW Presents+ on YouTube, rather than Stan. You’ll need a subscription — after a 7-day free trial, it’s either $5.49 a month or $55.99 a year.

May the best woman win! This year alone, Jaida Essence Hall, Shea Coulée and Priyanka, Canada’s first drag superstar, have taken the crown — and we’ve gotten two spin-offs, Secret Celebrity Drag Race and the Real Housewives-esque Drag Race Vegas Revue, which follows queens working on Drag Race‘s Vegas live show. That’s also available on WoW Presents+, and is currently airing.

With Drag Race UK production halted due to COVID-19 and no news on the announced Australian edition, it seems Holland may be the last Drag Race season of 2020. Filming has commenced for S13 and All Stars 6, however.

Watch Drag Race Holland‘s two trailers below.