No offense but Logo has really sort of died off. That’s really no shade at all but since RuPaul’s Drag Race and RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars left for VH1 (and then Showtime), we really haven’t heard much out of the network. Then, a few months ago the network played RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K. days after episodes premiered across the pond. Now, the network is prepped to provide even more content for Drag Race fans.
Though Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova are the comedy queens of television right now — it should be noted here that abroad, what Courtney Act does is truly unmatched — the pair aren’t done yet. In addition to their show for Netflix and their very popular series UNHhhh, which was once on VICELAND but is now back on WOW Presents Plus, the girls both have televised comedy specials headed to Logo according to Instinct.
In 2019 Mattel released her documentary Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts, which chronicled her as she toured her show of the same name. This new special is about Skinny Legend, the one woman show that the star toured the world with in 2019 hitting the United States, Australia, and Europe. At the time, it was her biggest tour ever.
It will be joined by Katya’s Help Me I’m Dying which was filmed in Boston. The show was her first stand-up special and obviously features her sort of wacky, Russia inflected humor. Bob the Drag Queen’s special Live at Caroline’s will also air.
This will come in addition to Bob’s other many projects. In addition to the special airing, the season 8 winner is set to be a part of Nubia, a new show featuring various Black alum from Drag Race. Plus, she’s just announced a brand new tour titled Sibling Rivalry: The Tour with Monet X Change. The pair will hit theaters in 36 cities across North America beginning in July.
All three specials will air on Logo March 4 beginning at 9 p.m.
Next up, some original programming?