RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked

Watch RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked

  • TV-14
  • 2010
  • 16 Seasons
  • 8.5  (23,531)

RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is a companion series to the popular reality competition show, RuPaul's Drag Race. The series premiered on Logo in 2009 along with the main show, and aims to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at what happens when the cameras stop rolling.

Each episode of RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked focuses on what happens backstage after the queens have competed in their respective challenges and await the judges' decision. The queens are joined by their fellow competitors in the "Untucked Lounge," where they can relax, have a cocktail, and chat about the competition.

The show is hosted by RuPaul Charles himself, who serves as a kind of emcee for the evening. He welcomes the queens into the lounge and acts as a moderator of sorts, guiding the conversation as needed. However, he mostly allows the queens to talk amongst themselves, offering his own input when he feels it's necessary.

Throughout the series, viewers get to see a whole new side of the queens as they let their hair down and air their grievances with one another. Topics of conversation range from the challenges themselves to other queens' personalities, with no subject off-limits.

One of the most interesting things about RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is that it really delves into the personalities of the queens and their relationships with one another. We get to see them in a more relaxed setting, which allows for more authentic conversations and interactions.

Of course, there's always a bit of drama thrown in for good measure. With so many big personalities in one room, clashes are bound to happen. But even in moments of conflict, the queens always manage to find a way to make up and move forward.

One of the other great things about RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is that it allows viewers to see the queens' creative processes in action. We get to see them putting together their outfits and makeup, practicing for challenges, and discussing their strategies for winning the competition.

Another aspect of the show that fans love is the cocktails. The queens are given access to a fully stocked bar, and they're not shy about making themselves a drink or two (or three). This leads to some hilarious moments as the queens get tipsy and start letting loose even more.

Overall, RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is a must-watch for fans of the main show. It offers a unique perspective on the competition and the queens themselves, and is always entertaining to watch. Whether you're a die-hard fan or a casual viewer, there's something for everyone in this fun, behind-the-scenes series.

RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is a series that is currently running and has 16 seasons (167 episodes). The series first aired on February 1, 2010.

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Seasons
Booked & Blessed
14. Booked & Blessed
April 5, 2024
The queens dig deep to write their memoirs, pose for a book cover photo shoot, and get grilled by podcaster Matt Rogers, and journalist and author Ronan Farrow guest judges.
Drag Race Vegas LIVE! Makeovers
13. Drag Race Vegas LIVE! Makeovers
March 29, 2024
After their critiques, the queens praise Kelsea Ballerini for being a strong ally.
Bathroom Hunties
12. Bathroom Hunties
March 22, 2024
Mayan Lopez pops by with some much needed relief after this week's challenge.
Corporate Queens
11. Corporate Queens
March 15, 2024
After their critiques, the queens settle in and have a kiki with Joel Kim Booster about the magic of drag; a video from home has the queens feeling their emotions.
Werq the World
10. Werq the World
March 8, 2024
Things get funky in the Untucked Lounge when the queens ponder the power of their Werq the World performances. Jamal Sims struts in to break it down for them.
See You Next Wednesday
9. See You Next Wednesday
March 1, 2024
After the spooky design challenge, the queens are coming apart at the seams. Runway model Kaia Gerber sashays in for a fashionable kiki.
Snatch Game
8. Snatch Game
February 23, 2024
The fallout from the Snatch Game is anything but a laughing matter, as the queens discuss who scored the chuckles and who flopped. Kyra Sedgwick stops by to remind everyone that attitude is everything.
The Sound of Rusic
7. The Sound of Rusic
February 16, 2024
After performing in the Rusical, tensions are high as the queens compare choreography and debate who had the most steps in the Swish Alps. Adam Shankman drops in for a kiki and turns things around.
Welcome to the Doll House
6. Welcome to the Doll House
February 9, 2024
Every queen has a brand and some prove to be shadier than others following the Welcome to the DollHouse design challenge. Fashion icon, Law Roach joins in on the fun and has the queens in stitches.
Girl Groups
5. Girl Groups
February 2, 2024
After their gag-worthy Girl Group performances, the winning queens revel in their victory. The critiqued queens join and the kettle is boiling until Icona Pop drops in and releases the pressure.
RDR Live!
4. RDR Live!
January 26, 2024
RDR Live! served up plenty of jokes, but it's no laughing matter when two queens discuss their ongoing drama. Later, Sarah Michelle Gellar crashes the party and slays the queens.
The Mother of All Balls
3. The Mother of All Balls
January 19, 2024
It's their first week all together and The Mother of All Balls has the queens' tensions at 10s, 10s across the board. Everything heats up as the queens discuss their looks.
Queen Choice Awards
2. Queen Choice Awards
January 12, 2024
Sisterly bonds begin to blossom as seven new queens unwind in the Untucked lounge, following their gagworthy talent show performances.
Rate-A-Queen
1. Rate-A-Queen
January 5, 2024
Settle into the Untucked lounge, as the first seven queens spill the tea on all the twists and turns of their first week in the competition.
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Where to Watch RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked
RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked is available for streaming on the Logo website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked on demand at Paramount+, Philo, Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, VH1, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    February 1, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    8.5  (23,531)