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* '''Season 1''' (expected 2021)

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* '''Season 1''' (expected 2021)(2021)


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* '''Season 1''' (2021)
** Number of queens: 10
** Winner: TBA


* '''Winner:''' TBA
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' TBA

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* '''Winner:''' TBA
[[spoiler:Symone of Los Angeles, California]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' TBA[[spoiler:[=LaLa=] Ri of Atlanta, Georgia]]


* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Pandora Boxx of Rochester, New York]]
* This season introduced the farewell message in lipstick on the mirror. Shangela did it upon her elimination in the premier; Nicole Paige Brooks followed suit in the next episode, and from there it became a ''Drag Race'' tradition.

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* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Pandora Boxx [[spoiler:Creator/PandoraBoxx of Rochester, New York]]
* This season introduced the farewell message in lipstick on the mirror. Shangela Creator/{{Shangela}} did it upon her elimination in the premier; Nicole Paige Brooks followed suit in the next episode, and from there it became a ''Drag Race'' tradition.



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Sharon Needles of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Sharon Needles [[spoiler:Creator/SharonNeedles of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]]



* This was also the first season to have a contestant disqualified from the competition, with Willam being removed due to rule-breaking.

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* This was also the first season to have a contestant disqualified from the competition, with Willam [[Creator/WillamBelli Willam]] being removed due to rule-breaking.



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Jinkx Monsoon of Seattle, Washington]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Jinkx Monsoon [[spoiler:Creator/JinkxMonsoon of Seattle, Washington]]



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Bianca Del Rio of New York City]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Bianca Del Rio [[spoiler:Creator/BiancaDelRio of New York City]]



* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Katya of Boston, Massachusetts]]

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* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Katya [[spoiler:Creator/{{Katya}} of Boston, Massachusetts]]



* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Valentina of Los Angeles, California]]

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* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Valentina [[spoiler:Creator/{{Valentina}} of Los Angeles, California]]



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Alaska of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Alaska [[spoiler:[[Creator/AlaskaThunderfuck Alaska]] of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]]



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Trixie Mattel of Milwaukee, Wisconsin]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Trixie Mattel [[spoiler:Creator/TrixieMattel of Milwaukee, Wisconsin]]



* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Shea Couleé of Chicago, Illinois]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Shea Couleé [[spoiler:Creator/SheaCoulee of Chicago, Illinois]]


* '''Hosted by:''' Brooke Lynn Hytes, Stacy [=McKenzie=] and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

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* '''Hosted by:''' Brooke Lynn Hytes, Hytes (seasons 1-2), Stacy [=McKenzie=] (seasons 1-2) and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman
Bowyer-Chapman (season 1)


* This season introduced the farewell message in lipstick on the mirror. Shangela did it upon her elimination, followed by Nicole Paige Brooks leaving a message of her own, and from there it became a ''Drag Race'' tradition.

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* This season introduced the farewell message in lipstick on the mirror. Shangela did it upon her elimination, followed by elimination in the premier; Nicole Paige Brooks leaving a message of her own, followed suit in the next episode, and from there it became a ''Drag Race'' tradition.



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* This season introduced the farewell message in lipstick on the mirror. Shangela did it upon her elimination, followed by Nicole Paige Brooks leaving a message of her own, and from there it became a ''Drag Race'' tradition.
* This season introduced "The Snatch Game." Its first winner was Tatianna for her Britney Spears impersonation.



* The first season to have a double elimination after a particularly disappointing lipsync.

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* The first season to have a double elimination double-elimination after a particularly disappointing lipsync.
lipsynch between Honey Mahogany and Vivienne Pinay.



* The second, and so far last, US season to have a double elimination.

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* The second, and so far last, US season to have a double elimination.
double-elimination.



* The first season where a queen was removed from the competition due to an injury. In compensation, she was immediately offered a spot on the next season.

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* The first season where a queen (Eureka) was removed from the competition due to an injury. In compensation, she was immediately offered a spot on the next season.



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** Miss Congeniality[[note]]Voted by the fans on Bob the Drag Queen's unofficial Twitter poll[[/note]]: [[spoiler:Blu Hydrangea of Belfast, Northern Ireland]]



** Winner: TBA

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** Winner: TBA[[spoiler:Lawrence Chaney of Glasgow, Scotland]]
** Miss Congeniality[[note]]Unofficially voted by the competing queens after the series' broadcast[[/note]]: [[spoiler:Bimini Bon-Boulash of Norwich, England]]



** Miss Congeniality: [[spoiler:Ma'Ma Queen of Rotterdam]]

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** Miss Congeniality: Congeniality[[note]]Unofficially voted by the competing queens after the season's broadcast[[/note]]: [[spoiler:Ma'Ma Queen of Rotterdam]]


* This is the only international version of ''Drag Race'' to be hosted by [=RuPaul=] and with Michelle Visage as a permanent judge.

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* This is the only first international version of ''Drag Race'' to be hosted by [=RuPaul=] and with Michelle Visage as a permanent judge.



!! '''[=RuPaul=]'s Drag Race Down Under''' (Australia and New Zealand, 2021)
* '''Hosted by:''' [=RuPaul=]
* '''Main judges:''' Michelle Visage, Rhys Nicholson
* The second international version (after ''Drag Race UK'') to be hosted by [=RuPaul=] and with Michelle Visage as a permanent judge.

* '''Season 1''' (expected 2021)
** Number of queens: 10
** Winner: TBA



* '''Hosted by:''' TBA

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* '''Hosted by:''' TBA
Supremme de Luxe
* '''Main judges:''' Ana Locking, Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi



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* After the online voting for Miss Congeniality was hacked by bots, the title was awarded by the competing queens themselves in a vote. This system was kept for all following seasons.



* The second season to have a contestant disqualified from the competition and the first time this happened after production had wrapped, after Sherry Pie was accused of catfishing and sexual harassment by several men. This resulted in her being banned from attending the reunion and finale episodes. [[spoiler:Since Sherry made top 4 in the show, this meant that the finale was the first one to revert to a Top 3 since Season 9.]]

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* The second US season to have a contestant disqualified from the competition and the first time this happened after production had wrapped, after Sherry Pie was accused of catfishing and sexual harassment by several men. This resulted in her being banned from attending the reunion and finale episodes. [[spoiler:Since Sherry made top 4 in the show, this meant that the finale was the first one to revert to a Top 3 since Season 9.]]




!! '''Season 13''' (2021)
* '''Number of queens:''' 13
* '''Winner:''' TBA
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' TBA




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** The second overall season (after US season 4) where a contestant was disqualified for rule-breaking.



* '''Series 2''' (expected early 2021)
** Number of queens: TBA

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* '''Series 2''' (expected early (early 2021)
** Number of queens: TBA12




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** The series halted production mid-way for seven months due to the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.
** The second overall season (after All Stars 2) and the first international season to have a queen deliberately leave the competition.
** The second overall season (after US season 9) and the first international season where a contestant was removed from the competition for medical reasons, in this case testing positive for COVID-19 during the filming hiatus. Like in season 9, she was offered a spot in the following series.

* '''Series 3''' (expected late 2021)
** Number of queens: TBA
** Winner: TBA




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** Miss Congeniality: [[spoiler:Tynomi Banks of Toronto, Ontario]]
** The Miss Congeniality title was voted by the competing queens and was "unofficially officially" awarded by host Brooke Lynn Hytes on Twitter.




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** Miss Congeniality: [[spoiler:Ma'Ma Queen of Rotterdam]]


!! '''The Switch Drag Race 1''' (Chile, 2015)
* '''Number of queens:''' 17
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Luz Violeta from Chile]]

!! '''Drag Race Thailand 1''' (early 2018)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Natalia Pliacam of Bangkok, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:B Ella of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]

!! '''The Switch Drag Race 2''' (Chile, late 2018)
* '''Number of queens:''' 15
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Miss Leona from France]]
* This season featured a number of returning contestants from ''The Switch Drag Race'' season 1, including that season's winner.
* This season also featured two contestants who previously competed in the US series: Gia Gunn and Kandy Ho.

!! '''Drag Race Thailand 2''' (early 2019)
* '''Number of queens:''' 14
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Angele Anang of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Maya B'Haro from Phuket, Thailand]]

!! '''[=RuPaul's=] Drag Race UK 1''' (late 2019)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:The Vivienne of Liverpool, England]]

!! '''Canada's Drag Race 1''' (summer 2020)
* '''Number of queens:''' 12
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Priyanka of Toronto, Ontario]]

!! '''Drag Race Holland 1''' (The Netherlands, fall 2020)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Envy Peru of Amsterdam]]

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!! '''The Switch Drag Race 1''' Race''' (Chile, 2015)
2015-2018)
* '''Number '''Hosted by:''' Karla Constant
* '''Main judges''': Nicole Gaultier, Íngrid Cruz, Juan Pablo González (season 1), Sebastián Errázuriz (season 1), Oscar Mediavilla (season 2)

* '''Season 1: El Arte del Transformismo''' (2015)
** Number
of queens:''' queens: 17
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:Luz Violeta from Chile]]

!! '''Drag Race Thailand 1''' (early 2018)
* '''Number '''Season 2: Desafío Mundial''' (2018)
** Number
of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Natalia Pliacam of Bangkok, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:B Ella of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]

!! '''The Switch Drag Race 2''' (Chile, late 2018)
* '''Number of queens:'''
queens: 15
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:Miss Leona from France]]
* ** This season featured a number of returning contestants from ''The Switch Drag Race'' season 1, including that season's winner.
* ** This season also featured two contestants who previously competed in the US series: Gia Gunn and Kandy Ho.

!! '''Drag Race Thailand Thailand''' (2018-2019)
* '''Hosted by:''' Art Arya and Pangina Heals

* '''Season 1''' (early 2018)
** Number of queens: 10
** Winner: [[spoiler:Natalia Pliacam of Bangkok, Thailand]]
** Miss Congeniality: [[spoiler:B Ella of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]

* '''Season
2''' (early 2019)
* '''Number ** Number of queens:''' queens: 14
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:Angele Anang of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' ** Miss Congeniality: [[spoiler:Maya B'Haro from Phuket, Thailand]]

!! '''[=RuPaul's=] Drag Race UK UK''' (2019-present)
* '''Hosted by:''' [=RuPaul=]
* '''Main judges:''' Michelle Visage, Alan Carr, Graham Norton
* This is the only international version of ''Drag Race'' to be hosted by [=RuPaul=] and with Michelle Visage as a permanent judge.

* '''Series
1''' (late 2019)
* '''Number ** Number of queens:''' queens: 10
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:The Vivienne of Liverpool, England]]

* '''Series 2''' (expected early 2021)
** Number of queens: TBA
** Winner: TBA

!! '''Canada's Drag Race Race''' (2020)
* '''Hosted by:''' Brooke Lynn Hytes, Stacy [=McKenzie=] and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

* '''Season
1''' (summer 2020)
* '''Number ** Number of queens:''' queens: 12
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:Priyanka of Toronto, Ontario]]

!! '''Drag Race Holland Holland''' (The Netherlands, 2020)
* '''Hosted by:''' Fred van Leer
* '''Main judges:''' Nikkie Plessen, Claes Iversen, Sanne Wallis de Vries and Roxeanne Hazes

* '''Season
1''' (The Netherlands, fall (fall 2020)
* '''Number ** Number of queens:''' queens: 10
* '''Winner:''' ** Winner: [[spoiler:Envy Peru of Amsterdam]]
Amsterdam]]

!! '''Drag Race España''' (Spain, expected 2021)
* '''Hosted by:''' TBA


* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:The Vivienne of Liverpool]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:The Vivienne of Liverpool]]
Liverpool, England]]




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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Envy Peru of Amsterdam]]


!! '''Canada's Drag Race 1''' (2020)

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!! '''Canada's Drag Race 1''' (2020)(summer 2020)


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!! '''Drag Race Holland 1''' (The Netherlands, fall 2020)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10


* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Sasha Velour of Urbana, Illinois]]

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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Sasha Velour of Urbana, Illinois]]Brooklyn, New York]]




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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Priyanka of Toronto, Ontario]]



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* The first season to have a double elimination after a particularly disappointing lipsync.




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* The second, and so far last, US season to have a double elimination.



* The first season where a queen was removed from the competition due to an injury. In compensation, she was immediately offered a spot on the next season.




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* This was also the first season where a queen voluntarily chose to leave the competition.



* The first All Stars season to have a queen who won her regular season ([[spoiler:[=BeBe=] Zahara Benet of Season 1]]) return as a contestant.




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* The first All Stars season to bring back contestants from a previous All Stars season.


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* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Shea Couleé of Chicago, Illinois]]
* This season featured another change in the Lipsync For Your Legacy format: instead of two top queens battling against each other, the singular winner of the week's challenge lip-synced against a "Lip-Sync Assassin", aka a non-competing alumna. If the Assassin won, the eliminated queen was chosen by the rest of the cast in a majority vote.
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!! '''The Switch Drag Race 1''' (Chile, 2015)
* '''Number of queens:''' 17
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Luz Violeta from Chile]]

!! '''Drag Race Thailand 1''' (early 2018)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Natalia Pliacam of Bangkok, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:B Ella of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]

!! '''The Switch Drag Race 2''' (Chile, late 2018)
* '''Number of queens:''' 15
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Miss Leona from France]]
* This season featured a number of returning contestants from ''The Switch Drag Race'' season 1, including that season's winner.
* This season also featured two contestants who previously competed in the US series: Gia Gunn and Kandy Ho.

!! '''Drag Race Thailand 2''' (early 2019)
* '''Number of queens:''' 14
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:Angele Anang of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand]]
* '''Miss Congeniality:''' [[spoiler:Maya B'Haro from Phuket, Thailand]]

!! '''[=RuPaul's=] Drag Race UK 1''' (late 2019)
* '''Number of queens:''' 10
* '''Winner:''' [[spoiler:The Vivienne of Liverpool]]

!! '''Canada's Drag Race 1''' (2020)
* '''Number of queens:''' 12

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* The second season to have a contestant disqualified from the competition and the first time this happened after production had wrapped, after Sherry Pie was accused of catfishing and sexual harassment by several men. This resulted in her being banned from attending the reunion and finale episodes. [[spoiler:Since Sherry made top 4 in the show, this meant that the finale was the first one to revert to a Top 3 since Season 9.]]
* Since the COVID-19 outbreak made the in-presence filming of reunion and finale impossible, they were filmed over video link, with each queen and [=RuPaul=] connected from their homes.

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