As we plunge into having more RuPaul's Drag Race on television than any year before — we've counted up nine iterations of the show so far — the series is also uploading past seasons that haven't been available for streaming in the US. And while many may have been streaming from other sites like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, the new deal includes additional seasons.
You may already know but Prime Video has had the first five seasons of the show for some time. Last year, Hulu also announced that it was getting the first six seasosn of the show, two seasons of All Stars and quite a number of seasons from Untucked. In addition, quite the library of clips from the show are available on YouTube. Now, CBS All Access is stepping into the fray with the first 10 seasons of Drag Race, and three of All Stars. They have not uploaded Untucked.
The episodes come as a result of a plan to turn All Access into a "super-service." Alongside Drag Race, the service will be receiving SpongeBob SquarePants, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Laguna Beach, and more.
For those hoping to stream later episodes, they can be accessed on VH1's site. The expectation is that once the seasons are no longer available on VH1, they will become available on CBS All Access. It's kind of funny how no one has picked up Drag U, don't you think?!
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