We’Re Here Season 3 Update: Because of its drama and diversity, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has become one of the most popular television shows in the world. Many drag queens have been exposed to viewers through the show, including graduates Shangela, Eureka O’Hara, and Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen. According to Warner Media, the three celebrities teamed together for an HBO live docuseries called “We’re Here” in 2020, which was a huge hit. The group travels around the United States sharing love and positivity about all things drag in the series.
While the show’s goal is to convey messages of inclusion and harmony, it frequently brings its three protagonists face to face with some of the country’s most closed-minded people who are unaware of the LGBTQ+ community’s importance. Despite this, Shangela, Eureka O’Hara, and Bob the Drag Queen do their best to give everyone an opportunity to get to know them, which is why, after two seasons, the show has become a fan favourite. So, what can we look forward to in Season 3?
WHEN WILL THE THIRD SEASON OF WE’RE HERE BE RELEASED?
Fans were quick to tune in when “We’re Here” premiered in April 2020, and the demand for more Shangela, Eureka O’Hara, and Bob the Drag Queen was tremendous. Season 1 lasted six episodes and ended with the trio’s show in Colorado, which aired in November 2021, according to IMDb. Season 2 lasted two episodes and ended with the trio’s show in Colorado, which aired in November 2021. According to Deadline, HBO announced Season 3 in mid-December, so fans didn’t have to wait long for a renewal.
The renewal was also welcomed on the show’s official Instagram account, which wrote, “Honey, our work isn’t done yet! Season three of We’re Here has just been renewed!” Season 3 is expected to launch in late 2022, despite the fact that the previous season was pushed back from spring to fall due to production issues with COVID.
WHO IS IN THE WE’RE HERE SEASON 3 CAST?
Without the adoring drag queens, what would “We’re Here” be? In addition to the renewal, Deadline revealed that Shangela, Eureka O’Hara, and Bob the Drag Queen will also return for Season 3. Clearly, the queens are the stars of the show, but they also love what it means to viewers, especially during these difficult COVID times.
“The show isn’t about changing preconceptions, but [rather] about amplifying queer voices in times where people don’t accept things,” Bob the Drag Queen said, emphasising the importance of educating people on why it’s vital to amplify unseen and unheard voices in times of uncertainty. Shangela expressed a similar sentiment, saying, “People are more intertwined than they may believe. No matter where we come from or where we live, we all have extremely similar experiences.”