Nine contestants must reinvent their glam drag?looks using only thrift store clothing and junk from the 99￠ store. Bob Mackie guest stars.
Wigs fly when the contestants split up into?two rival girl groups. Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child guest stars.
The queens are tested on their multimedia?prowess, showing off their talents as a newscaster, a product?spokesperson and a talk show host.
Hoping to follow in the footsteps of MAC?Cosmetics' first Viva Glam girl, RuPaul, the queens make their own?Viva Glam screen test.
The contestants make over a group of fighters into their drag daughters.?Lucy Lawless and Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin guest star.
The queens hit the floor in a good ol' fashioned drag ball, inspired by Absolut's fruit-flavored vodkas.?Charo and Maria Conchita Alonso guest star.
Look back on the highlights, lowlights?and previously unseen footage from the first six episodes as the queens race?toward the climactic grand finale!
The last three queens face their final challenge while?shooting the music video for RuPaul's new single. Rapper Cazwell and Mike Ruiz guest star.
The nine queens return to rehash their Drag Race experience -- and they let each other have it!
A dozen new queens arrive to compete for the title of America's Next Drag Superstar and must reinvent their drag looks using only household items.
The dolls make it rain when they compete as burlesque dancers at a hot Hollywood nightclub and weather an unexpected twist.
The queens split off into teams to film a country-fried commercial. Kathy Najimy and Tanya Tucker guest star.
The dolls compete in a star-studded game show that requires them to pull out their best celebrity impersonations.
Wedding bells ring as the queens go from sweet brides to dragzillas in a challenge that weds their drag personas with the perfect grooms: themselves.
The queens rock out on the main stage when they're challenged to sing live for the first time in Drag Race history.
The dolls must sell their tales as they pose for a book cover photoshoot and hit the press junket circuit. Jackie Collins guest stars.
The queens must transform a group of silver daddies into their drag mothers. Debbie Reynolds and Cloris Leachman guest star.
The final four queens hit the red carpet and pull out all the stops as they create looks for three separate divalicious award shows.
Take a look back at the highlights, lowlights and previously unseen footage from the first nine episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!
The last three queens face their final challenge acting with RuPaul and shooting the music video for his next single, "Jealous of My Boogie."
The queens reunite for the first time since the winning queen was crowned. Find out what's happened since.
RuPaul offers a behind-the-scenes look at the casting process, revealing what it really takes to become America's next drag superstar.
Aren't the holidays such a drag? The claws come out in the first challenge of the season when the girls are asked to create a holiday look.
The queens face the final frontier as they shoot two out-of-this-world sci-fi movie trailers.
The girls get physical as they produce their own inspirational workout videos directed by fitness guru Susan Powter.
The queens get a wake-up call in the competition when they're asked to produce two morning news shows.
The queens compete in a star-studded TV game show that has them pulling out their best celebrity impersonations.
The queens look good enough to eat in a challenge that asks them to find fashion inspiration from the world of cakes.
The queens perform stand-up comedy routines in front of a live studio audience. Rita Rudner and Arden Myrin guest star.
The queens create patriotic video messages for the troops. Olympian Johnny Weir and Cheryl Tiegs guest star.
The dolls record a single and perform before a live audience. Jody Watley and Carmen Elektra guest star.
The queens wig out when they have to compete in a fantasy hair show of epic proportions.
The queens must transform a group of all-American straight jocks into their drag sisters.
The dolls break the bank as they perform in a pageant wearing dresses made out of money.
Take a look back at the highlights, lowlights and previously unseen footage from the first 12 episodes as we race toward the climactic grand finale!
The remaining three queens face their final challenge when they're asked to transform into video vixens for Ru's latest single.
Wigs fly as the queens return to discuss the drama of the season.
Thirteen new queens are competing to become America's Next Drag Superstar. But first, they must survive drag zombies -- and the end of the world.
The dolls enter the world of ladies wrestling as the competition moves to the ring. With extra special guest judges Rick Fox and John Salley.
The remaining queens team up to create compelling commercials for two of RuPaul's albums: "Glamazon" and "Champion."
The dolls go to jail when they star in a sitcom acting challenge, "Hot in Tuckaho," coached by "Will & Grace" co-creator Max Mutchnick.
The remaining queens compete in a star-studded television game show featuring their most fabulous -- and hilarious -- celebrity impersonations.
After celebrating Spring Break at Dragtona Beach, the dolls design ship-shaped parade floats for a pride-filled runway extravaganza.
The queens turn up the competition -- and turn the publishing industry on its wig -- as they launch their very own magazines.
Paired up to perform with their best "frenemies," the dolls struggle through their differences to pull off live runway duets.
The queens get political and hit the campaign trail to debate who's the most viable candidate for the 2012 Wig Party.
The queens are paired up with sexy dads for a drag runway makeover. With extra special guest judges Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Jennifer Love Hewitt.
The race goes to the dogs, when the queens compete in a pageant of canine inspired couture. With special guest judges Wynonna Judd & Rose McGowan.
A look back on the highlights, low-lights, and previously unseen footage from the season as we race toward the climactic grand finale!
The competition reaches epic proportions as the top queens compete in their final challenge: starring in the music video for RuPaul's "Glamazon."
Wigs fly as the queens return to discuss the drama of the season.
In full drag, the dolls must dive down into a tank or pool of cold water to retrieve a prop and pose for a photo.
The queens team up to sing to Ru's hits through a wall with cutouts in Ru's mouth.
The queens work in teams to drag out a child mannequin a la "Toddlers and Tiaras" and present her on a mini runway in the workroom.
Queens compete in impromptu dance-offs. Two winners are determined and become captains for the main challenge.
The queens are given identical wardrobe items and judged on who styles them best.
The queens are tasked with applying drag makeup to their own faces in total darkness.
Queens put on their reading glasses and serve up a classic reading of insults and snarky comments about their fellow queens.
The queens will individually play the memory game with 20 topless male models wearing an assortment of Andrew Christian underwear.
In an individual challenge, the queens join Ru in the "sharing circle." Each queen is given two minutes to share a dramatic story, real or fake.
The queens will compete against one another in a "quick drag" fitness boot camp while wearing boobs and LaDame heels.
Queens drag out puppets to resemble one of their fellow competitors and perform a bitch fest in a one-woman, one-puppet show.
The top three queens go to court as Judge Ru presents their final challenge: starring in the music video for RuPaul's hit "The Beginning."
Ru looks back on the highlights, lowlights and previously unseen footage from the season.
Wigs fly as the queens discuss the drama of the season. Plus, both America's Next Drag Superstar and Miss Congeniality are crowned.
For the 100th episode, Ru challenges a new crop of queens to craft outfits based on design challenges from seasons past. Nicole Richie guest judges.
Ru divides the remaining queens into two competing teams to perform in a dance-driven, drag-appella sing-off dubbed "Bitch Perfect."
After a stunning runway showdown, a dissed queen gets a second chance in a team-based challenge: acting in a pilot inspired by the TV drama "Empire."
The remaining queens take the stage to sing live in a 1980s-style salute to New Wave girl bands. Guest judges include Blondie's Debbie Harry.
Competitive queens take on shades of well-known celebrities in another round of "Snatch Game." Later, they all strike a pose in homage to Madonna.
The queens dish out mini drag makeovers in the style of "The Wizard of Oz." Fashion designer Marc Jacobs and entertainer Todrick Hall guest judge.
The top six queens campaign hard for the title of First Drag President of the United States. Guest judges include Vivica A. Fox ("Independence Day").
The queens prep paper-thin looks for a "Book Ball" and pay homage to "Strangers with Candy" icon Jerri Blank. Sibs Amy and David Sedaris guest judge.
No one's safe as the remaining four queens square off for their final challenge: starring in the music video for Ru's hit single "The Realness."
Fabulousness flares when this season's queens reconvene for the crowning of "Miss Congeniality" -- and "America's Next Drag Superstar."
In an all-new twist, RuPaul welcomes only the first seven queens for an elimination challenge and a photo shoot featuring mid-air fabulousness.
The second set of seven new queens arrive for their own challenge, and engage in a pillow fight photo shoot with the hunky guys of the Pit Crew.
All together for the first time, the 12 surviving competitors face a beach party mini-challenge and create horror movie parodies to die for.
The mini-challenge splits the queens into two competing groups who must sing live in a sequin-studded stage extravaganza.
Perennial "Drag Race" favorite Snatch Game returns, as the queens impersonate everyone from Dame Maggie Smith to Anna Nicole Smith.
Rappers Eve and Trina judge the queens as they each perform their own original verse of a 90s-style hip-hop tune, "Oh No She Betta Don't."
The queens pair off to make commercials for Ru's new cosmetics line, each targeting a specific demo: Mean Girls, Hot Mamas, Cougars and Working Girls.
The queens appear before a live audience to perform their own original stand-up comedy routine, with some unexpected (and hilarious) results.
The queens lob unexpectedly intimate questions to Cher's son, Chaz Bono, and Cher's mother, singer Georgia Holt, as they host their own talk shows.
The queens transform grooms-to-be into drag brides for a group wedding officiated by RuPaul and judged by Neil Patrick Harris and fiancé David Burtka.
Ru presides over the first-ever Glitter Ball, as guest judges Bob Mackie and Khloe Kardashian rate the queens on three jewelry-inspired runway looks.
The final four competitors lip sync and dance in the video for RuPaul's new single, "Sissy That Walk," with one of three spots in the finale at stake.
Competitors from past seasons, including Alaska, Sharon Needles, Jujubee and Raven, weigh in on highlights (and disastrous lowlights) from season 6.
All 14 competitors reunite to discuss the victory and throw shade about season 6, all leading to the coronation of America's Next Drag Superstar.
Fourteen fierce queens kick off the season by showcasing three different looks, then baring all in a nearly nude runway walk.
The queens split up into teams and produce a lip-synced pre-flight safety video. Olivia Newton-John and Jordin Sparks guest judge.
After donning "Golden Girls" drag in the mini-challenge, the queens take on twisted versions of two Shakespeare classics.
Three teams of queens face off in a performance challenge, creating parodies of Ru's "Dance with U," "Sissy That Walk" and "Let the Music Play."
The queens partner up and pay tribute to iconic red carpet looks, then amp up the drama when they stage their own awards show.
The queens play Monster in Your Pants for the mini-challenge and reenact a "Drag Race" scandal. Ariana Grande and Merle Ginsberg guest judge.
When "Snatch Game" returns, two queens pick the same famous fashionista to impersonate, while another contestant makes a shocking confession.
The seven eliminated queens pair up with current contestants in a conjoined drag twin challenge, fighting for a chance to get back in the game.
John Waters joins the judging panel when the queens perform musical versions of scenes from his movies in a tribute to drag legend Divine.
The queens transform themselves into "Fake Housewives," then create half-man, half-woman looks for a dance challenge on the main stage.
Ru challenges the queens to create Hello Kitty-inspired couture for their runway looks. Rebecca Romijn and Santino Rice guest judge.
The final four queens star with Ru in a video for "Born Naked" and face off in an acting challenge before bringing their best drag to the runway.
Ru looks back at the season's most memorable moments, shares unseen footage and premieres her new video for "Born Naked."
The eliminated queens and favorites from seasons past join Ru as America's Next Drag Superstar and Miss Congeniality are crowned.
The queens pose with Drag Race royalty at a photo shoot, then create legendary looks out of past contestants' junk. Miley Cyrus guest judges.
Michelle and Ross direct the queens in drag versions of recent blockbusters. Sydelle Noel and Bobby Moynihan guest judge.
The queens sing the praises of Mariah Carey and Britney Spears in "diva worship" talk shows. Guillermo Díaz and Troye Sivan guest judge.
The queens star in a "Grease"-inspired musical set at the Trump School for Girls. Tiffany "New York" Pollard and Joel McHale guest judge.
The queens transform themselves into living dolls, then show off Halloween-inspired looks in a spooky pageant. Cara Delevingne and Elvira guest judge.
After a warmup with Love Connie, the queens get physical in the 69th International Draglympics. Travis Wall, Mirai Nagasu and Adam Rippon guest judge.
Alyssa Edwards whips the queens' walks into shape as they craft couture looks from organic ingredients. Amber Valletta and Kandi Burruss guest judge.
Season 5 winner Jinkx Monsoon helps the queens suit up for a nautical-themed version of Snatch Game. Tony Hale and Clea DuVall guest judge.
The queens clash with the law in the comedy series "Los Angeles Drag Patrol." Natasha Lyonne, Cheyenne Jackson and Fortune Feimster guest judge.
The queens split up into teams and star in their own magic shows, complete with enchanting looks. Gina Rodriguez and Katherine Langford guest judge.
The eliminated queens return ... to get drag family makeovers from the top six! Lena Waithe?and?Wanda Sykes guest judge.
The final five write verses for Ru's new single, "Queens Everywhere," then appear on her podcast with Michelle Visage. Todrick Hall guest judges.
One episode away from the finale, the queens return to discuss the season's biggest moments.
The final four queens face off in an epic lip sync smackdown, and one is crowned America's Next Drag Superstar.
Lady Gaga joins the judges as a new crop of contestants rock two runway looks: a tribute to their hometown and their best Gaga drag.
The queens split up into two squads for a cheerleading battle complete with tumbling, stunts and plenty of shade. The B-52s guest judge.
For the maxi challenge, the contestants craft two enchanting new personas: an original fairy tale princess and a sidekick for their royal creation.
The queens co-host rival morning talk shows with special guest Naya Rivera, then slink down the runway in naughty nighties.
The queens shoot sexy selfies with Ru's Pit Crew in the mini challenge, then perform in "Kardashian: The Musical," directed by Todrick Hall.
Guest judges Candis Cayne and Denis O'Hare play "Snatch Game" with the queens, who channel NeNe Leakes, Naomi Campbell and more.
In an ode to classic '90s TV, the girls take direction from former teen queens Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth, and hit the catwalk with colossal hair.
The library is open! Ross Matthews helps the queens gear up for a roast -- but the joke's on Michelle Visage this season.
The queens choose teams and create TV pilots. On the runway, they don outrageous, artsy looks inspired by club kid couture.
The show's crew members get drag makeovers and lip sync with the queens on the runway. Singer Kesha and designer Zaldy guest judge.
In a celebration of gay culture, the queens draw inspiration from rhythmic gymnastics, the rainbow flag, unicorns and The Village People.
The final four queens record verses for Ru's new single, tackle Todrick Hall's tricky choreography and hit the catwalk in their glitziest gowns.
The girls gather to dish about the season's most controversial moments, and RuPaul delivers breaking news about the finale.
The finalists face off in a sudden-death lip sync smackdown as they vie for the $100,000 grand prize and the title of America's Next Drag Superstar.
The girls go from garbage to glam in a reboot of Season 1's Drag on a Dime challenge. Superstar diva Christina Aguilera serenades the queens.
Andy Cohen joins the girls for a quick-drag hoedown, then Alyssa Edwards choreographs a song-and-dance number inspired by pharmaceutical ads.
The queens film commercials for new dating apps and don feathered gowns on the runway. Courtney Love and Nico Tortorella guest judge.
The girls serve up Martian couture and more in a drag ball challenge. Tisha Campbell-Martin and Logan Browning guest judge.
The queens appear on a trashy talk show hosted by Ross Matthews, then strut the runway in country drag for guest judge Shania Twain.
Wigs and makeup take center stage when the queens host their own Drag Con panels. Emily Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani ("The Big Sick") guest judge.
Season 6 winner Bianca Del Rio helps the queens prep for "Snatch Game," featuring judges Audra McDonald and Kate Upton plus special guest Alex Trebek.
The queens celebrate four decades of Cher in a mini-musical choreographed by Todrick Hall. Billy Eichner and Andrew Rannells guest judge.
Randy Rainbow joins the queens in the new series "Breastworld." Stephen Colbert delivers a message, and Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson guest judge.
Social media stars Tyler Oakley, Frankie Grande, Anthony Padilla, Kingsley, Raymond Braun and Chester See get drag makeovers from the queens.
It's double trouble when the queens show off two characters on the runway: their best selves and their evil twins. Lena Dunham and Ashanti guest judge.
Ru challenges the final four queens to write and perform a verse for her new single, "American," with choreography by Todrick Hall.
With the finale a week away, the queens reunite to discuss the season's controversial moments, epic lip syncs ... and Miss Vanjie.
Questions from fans and a message from Oprah set the stage for an epic lip sync smackdown as one queen is crowned America's Next Drag Superstar.