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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Was Just Renewed, But Some Fans Will Be Pissed

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The Drag Race Hall of Fame is about to get a little more crowded soon! 

Paramount+ just announced that RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, the beloved spin-off franchise of the Emmy-winning reality competition series RuPaul's Drag Race, which sees queens from past season returning for their next shot at a crown, is going to be renewed for an upcoming seventh season! 

While the fact All Stars 7 is coming our way fairly soon is exciting, especially since the series has brought us some iconic additions to the Drag Race Hall of Fame like Trixie Mattel, Shea Couleé, and last season's history-making trans queen Kylie Sonique Love, there's still one problem many in the Drag Race fandom have: the streamer itself.

Before All Stars 6 last year, All Stars used to air on the same TV network that regular Drag Race would be airing on (currently VH1, and before that, Logo). When the move to streaming was announced, some complained that it would force fans to have to pay for yet another streaming service among the countless many millions of viewers across the country already pay for. 

"RuPaul’s Drag Race is a global phenomenon and we are thrilled to bring All Stars to Paramount+ as we expand our reality offerings,” Chris McCarthy, President of MTV Entertainment, said in a statement at the time the move to Paramount+ was announced. 

While there obviously isn't much hope for the seventh All Stars season to be making a comeback to VH1, cable subscribers who are dying to be able to watch the race to the Hall of Fame at no extra cost on their TV sets can always look forward to what future plans are in store for upcoming seasons, especially since the entire Drag Race franchise just keeps on getting bigger and bigger.

No exact release date for All Stars 7 has been announced just yet, but we're expecting it to premiere sometime very soon, with the current season of Drag Race currently airing weekly on VH1. 

All six seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars are currently streaming on Paramount+

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