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The Boulet Brothers' Dragula
The Boulet Brothers' Dragula is a competition reality show produced by Boulet Brothers Productions in association with OutTV, hosted by the American drag

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The Boulet Brothers' DragulaSeason 1 title screenGenreReality competitionCreated byThe Boulet BrothersDirected byNathan NoyesCreative director(s)Tito SotoJudgesThe Boulet BrothersTheme music composer
  • Swanthula Boulet
  • Adrian Sosa
Original language(s)EnglishNo. of seasons2No. of episodes17ProductionExecutive producer(s)The Boulet Brothers

Executive producers for OutTV (S2):

  • Brad Danks
  • Philip Webb
  • Anhony Jiwa
Editor(s)
  • Nathan Noyes (S1)
  • KC Lindley (S1)
  • Aaron McMillan (S2)
  • Kevin Alexis Fernandez (S2)
Running time28–61 minutesProduction company(s)
  • Boulet Brothers Productions
  • Ash+Bone Cinema (S1)
Distributor
  • Hey Qween TV (S1)
  • Amazon Prime
  • OutTV (Canada)
  • SBS Viceland (Australia) (S2)
  • Wow Presents (S2)
ReleaseOriginal releaseOctober 31, 2016 (2016-10-31) –
presentExternal linksWebsite

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula[a] is a competition reality show produced by Boulet Brothers Productions in association with OutTV, hosted by the American drag queens The Boulet Brothers.[1][2] The first season initially aired on the YouTube channel Hey Qween!;[3][4][5] a remastered and expanded version subsequently aired on Canadian network OutTv and other platforms.[6] The second season was distributed by OutTV[7][8] and by WOW Presents.[9] The third season is scheduled to premiere in August 2019.

Contents
  • 1 Background
  • 2 Series overview
    • 2.1 Season 1 (2016–17)
      • 2.1.1 Contestants
      • 2.1.2 Contestant progress
      • 2.1.3 Exterminations
      • 2.1.4 Episode summary
    • 2.2 Season 2 (2017–18)
      • 2.2.1 Contestants
      • 2.2.2 Contestant progress
      • 2.2.3 Exterminations
      • 2.2.4 Episode summary
    • 2.3 Season 3
      • 2.3.1 Contestants
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 References
  • 7 Further reading
  • 8 External links
Background The Boulet Brothers, at Los Angeles DragCon 2018

The Boulet Brothers, known individually as Dracmorda and Swanthula Boulet, are nightlife producers and hosts who developed the Dragula TV series based loosely off their long-running club event of the same name.[2][10] The club night ran monthly in Los Angeles and San Francisco, with special events in New York[11][12] and Austin, Texas.[13] Past winners of the club version of Dragula include Killer,[14] RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Valentina, and both Meatball and Pinché Queen, who later competed in Season 1 of the Dragula TV series.

Series overview Season Premiere date Finale date No. of
Queens Winner Runner-up(s) Winner Prize 1 October 31, 2016 January 16, 2017 9 Vander Von Odd Melissa Befierce

Frankie Doom

  • $10,000
2 October 31, 2017 January 16, 2018 10 Biqtch Puddin' James Majesty
Victoria Elizabeth Black
  • $10,000
Season 1 (2016–17) The winner of the first season of Dragula, Vander Von Odd

The first episode aired on Halloween on October 31, 2016. Season 1 aired every other Monday on Hey Qween network. The season featured 9 contestants competing for the title and a prize of $10,000.[15] Guest judges included director Darren Stein and drag performers Peaches Christ and Heklina.[8] Competitors included Los Angeles-based Meatball.[1] At the end of the sixth episode, Vander Von Odd was crowned as the winner and the World's First Drag Supermonster.[16]

Season 1 was subsequently remastered, incorporating unutilized footage.[8] The remastered version was distributed by OutTv, Amazon Prime,[17] and SBS Viceland.[6]

Contestants

(All contestants in the first season resided in Los Angeles, California)

Contestant Outcome Vander Von Odd Winner Melissa Befierce Runner-up Frankie Doom Meatball 4th Place Xochi Mochi 5th/6th Place Loris Foxie Adjuia 7th Place Ursula Major 8th Place Pinche Queen 9th Place Contestant progress Contestant 1[18] 2[19] 3[20] 4[21] 5[22] 6[23] 8 Vander Von Odd WIN HIGH WIN BTM4 HIGH Winner Guest Frankie Doom HIGH BTM4 HIGH BTM4 HIGH Runner-up Guest Melissa Befierce LOW BTM4 WIN HIGH HIGH Runner-up Guest Meatball BTM3 HIGH SAFE WIN ELIM Guest Guest Loris BTM3 WIN BTM2 ELIM Guest Guest Xochi Mochi HIGH BTM4 HIGH ELIM Guest Guest Foxie Adjuia HIGH HIGH ELIM Guest Guest Ursula Major LOW ELIM Guest Guest Pinche Queen ELIM Guest
     The contestant won The Boulet Brothers' Dragula.
     The contestant was a runner-up.
     The contestant won the challenge.
     The contestant won the challenge but volunteered for the extermination challenge.
     The contestant received positive critiques but was ultimately declared as "safe."
     The contestant received negative critiques but was ultimately declared as "safe."
     The contestant was in the bottom and eligible for extermination.
     The contestant was exterminated.
Exterminations Episode Contestants Challenge Exterminated 1 Loris vs. Meatball vs. Pinche Queen Being buried alive while in a coffin as bugs, water and dirt are thrown in your face Pinche Queen 2 Frankie Doom vs. Ursula Major Wrestle in a pool of mud aggressively and in character Ursula Major Melissa Befierce vs. Xochi Mochi 3 Foxie Adjuia vs. Loris vs. Vander Von Odd Eat as much pig brains as possible without using hands Foxie Adjuia 4[α] Frankie Doom vs. Loris vs. Meatball vs. Melissa Befierce vs. Vander Von Odd vs. Xochi Mochi Perform a lip sync to Alaska Thunderfuck's song "Nails" while the other queens attempt to distract the performer by throwing food and other objects Loris Xochi Mochi 5[α] Frankie Doom vs. Meatball vs. Melissa Befierce vs. Vander Von Odd Create a seamonster look, and endure a drag photoshoot in the cold San Francisco Bay Meatball
  1. ^ a b In this episode all queens had to compete in extermination challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their first participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their second participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their third participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their participation in the final challenge of the season.
Episode summary Episode Title Original Airdate Main Challenge Extermination Challenge 1 Wickedest Witch October 31, 2016 Design a wicked witch outfit and reenact the death of the Wicked Witch of the West Being buried alive while in a coffin as bugs, water and dirt are thrown in your face 2 80's Female Wrestler November 14, 2016 Design an 80's inspired wrestler look and perform a wrestling show Wrestle in a pool of mud aggressively and in character 3 Zombies in Death Valley November 28, 2016 Design a zombie look in Death Valley for their rotten runway and showcase their zombie acting Eat as much pig brains as possible without using hands 4 Pretty, Pink, Fishy Drag December 12, 2016 Showcase a pretty in pink, fishy drag Perform a lip sync to Alaska Thunderfuck's song "Nails" while the other queens attempt to distract the performer by throwing food and other objects 5 Trannyshack Club January 2, 2017 Perform for the guest judges Heklina and Peaches Christ at the club Trannyshack in San Francisco Create a seamonster look, and endure a drag photoshoot in the cold San Francisco Bay 6 Finale January 16, 2017 N/A Interpret and design three outfits with the principles of DRAGULA: Glamour, Filth and Horror 7 Secrets of Dragula: Lost Footage February 20, 2017 N/A N/A – Reunion[24] March 20, 2017 N/A N/A Season 2 (2017–18)

The second season of premiered on October 31, 2017 and aired Tuesdays on OUTtv and WOW Presents.[25] This season featured 10 queens competing to be the World's Next Drag Supermonster. The title also came with a $10,000 cash prize.[26] Contestants in the second season included Seattle-based James Majesty[27] and Atlanta-based Biqtch Puddin' and Abhora.[28]

In episode 10, Victoria Elizabeth Black, James Majesty and Biqtch Puddin' competed for the title of Dragula, and at the end of the episode The Boulet Brothers crowned Biqtch Puddin' as the World's Next Drag Supermonster.[29]

Contestants Contestant Hometown Outcome Biqtch Puddin' Atlanta, Georgia Winner James Majesty Seattle, Washington Runner-up Victoria Elizabeth Black Orlando, Florida Abhora Atlanta, Georgia 4th Place Disasterina Los Angeles, California 5th Place Erika Klash San Francisco, California 6th Place Dahli Phoenix, Arizona 7th Place Kendra Onixxx Pomona, California 8th Place Monikkie Shame Seattle, Washington 9th Place Felony Dodger Los Angeles, California 10th Place Contestant progress Contestant 1[30] 2[31] 3[32] 4[33] 5[34] 6[35] 7+8[36] 9[37] 10[38] Biqtch Puddin' LOW BTM6 WIN HIGH WIN HIGH SAFE Guest Winner James Majesty WIN BTM6 SAFE WIN HIGH BTM3 WIN Guest Runner-up Victoria Elizabeth Black HIGH WIN BTM2 SAFE BTM3 SAFE SAFE Guest Runner-up Abhora HIGH HIGH LOW BTM3 BTM3 BTM3 ELIM Guest Disasterina HIGH BTM6 HIGH SAFE HIGH ELIM Guest Erika Klash BTM3 BTM6 HIGH BTM3 ELIM Guest Dahli HIGH HIGH HIGH ELIM Guest Kendra Onixxx LOW BTM6 ELIM Guest Monikkie Shame BTM3 ELIM Guest Felony Dodger ELIM Guest
     The contestant won The Boulet Brothers' Dragula.
     The contestant was a runner-up.
     The contestant won the challenge.
     The contestant won the challenge but was also up for extermination.
     The contestant received positive critiques but was ultimately declared as "safe".
     The contestant received negative critiques but was ultimately declared as "safe".
     The contestant was in the bottom and eligible for elimination.
     The contestant was exterminated.
Exterminations Episode Contestants Challenge Exterminated 1 Erika Klash vs. Felony Dodger vs. Monikkie Shame Competing with one another to see who can be pierced by the most body modification needles, with the contestant who received the fewest piercings receiving extermination Felony Dodger 2 Disasterina vs. Erika Klash Close-range paintball duel Monikkie Shame James Majesty vs. Kendra Onixxx Biqtch Puddin' vs. Monikkie Shame 3 Kendra Onixxx vs. Victoria Elizabeth Black Receive the worst tattoo you can think of Kendra Onixxx 4 Abhora vs. Dahli vs. Erika Klash Consume a three course meal based on the most alien food Dahli 5 Abhora vs. Erika Klash vs. Victoria Elizabeth Black Answer questions with a polygraph machine hooked on their bodies Erika Klash 6 Abhora vs. Disasterina vs. James Majesty Submerge their feet in a bucket full of ice for half an hour Disasterina 8[α] James Majesty vs. Victoria Elizabeth Black Fight in the Wasteland Weekend Thunderdome Abhora Abhora vs. Biqtch Puddin'
  1. ^ In this episode all queens had to compete in extermination challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their first participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their second participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their fourth participation in the challenge.
     The contestant was exterminated after their participation in the final challenge of the season.
Episode summary Episode Title Original Airdate Main Challenge Extermination Challenge 1 Cenobites October 31, 2017 Design an outfit inspired by their own drag style and the Cenobites Competing with one another to see who can be pierced by the most body modification needles, with the contestant who received the fewest piercings receiving extermination 2 Ghost Town Ghouls November 7, 2017 Design an outfit based on the ghosts of the Old West Close-range paintball duel 3 Shock Rock and Metal November 14, 2017 Present a look inspired by punk rock and heavy metal and perform on the stage as a band Receive the worst tattoo you can think of 4 Sci-Fi Babes November 21, 2017 Create an alien look and give birth to a baby based on that look Consume a three course meal based on the most alien food 5 Scream Queens November 28, 2017 Create a "scream queen/pretty" look and act in a horror movie Answer questions with a polygraph machine hooked on their bodies 6 Gothic Brides December 5, 2017 Create a gothic bride, prepare a lip sync performance of Switchblade Symphony's song "Gutter Glitter" and customize a fan Submerge their feet in a bucket full of ice for half an hour 7 Welcome to Wasteland (Part 1) December 12, 2017 Take part in a photoshoot in the desert near 100 °F (38 °C) temperatures N/A 8 Welcome to Wasteland (Part 2) December 19, 2017 Perform as a group at Wasteland Weekend with a theme for the performance Fight in the Wasteland Weekend Thunderdome 9 The Last Supper[α] January 9, 2018 N/A N/A 10 Finale January 16, 2018 Interpret and design three outfits with the principals of DRAGULA: Glamour, Filth and Horror. N/A
  1. ^ This was a reunion episode.
Season 3

On December 5, 2017, OutTV and Boulet Brothers Productions announced that the third season had been greenlit. Season 3 retains the partnership with OutTV, though The Boulet Brothers have yet to specify which outlet will broadcast it in the United States.[39]

The Boulet Brothers announced via Twitter on February 23, 2018, that casting would be starting soon and used the hashtag "Season of the Witch".[40] Casting began on March 7, 2018[41] and commenced twenty-one days later on March 28, 2018.[42]

The prize for the third season will be $25,000.[43] It will air in August 2019.[44]

Contestants

The cast of 11 was revealed on July 11th, 2019[45]

Contestant Hometown Outcome Dollya Black Orlando, Florida TBA Evah Destruction Dallas, Texas TBA Hollow Eve San Francisco, California TBA Landon Cider Los Angeles, California TBA Louisianna Purchase Austin, Texas TBA Maddelynn Hatter New York, New York TBA Maxi Glamour St. Louis, Missouri TBA Priscilla Chambers Asheville, North Carolina TBA St. Lucia Atlanta, Georgia TBA Violencia Exclamation Point Boston, Massachussetts TBA Yovska Toronto, Ontario TBA Reception

Since its original online airing, Dragula has received positive reviews. April Bennett, writing for Wicked Horror, considers the show to be a "truly horrifying experience".[46] Vice writer Jeff Leavell reviewed the series as being "loud, weird" and that it "pisses on heteronormativity". He also said that Dragula should not be thought of as "just a show about drag queens who love grotesque, hardcore queer performance art", and that "in its own way, it's encouraging us to stand united, whether you’re a supermonster or not".[1]

See also
  • List of programs broadcast by OUTtv
  • List of reality television programs with LGBT cast members
Notes
  1. ^ Season one had the subtitle Search for the World's First Drag Supermonster; season two had the subtitle Search for the World's Next Drag Supermonster.
References
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  • Cash, Christopher (5 November 2017). "Boulet Brothers: Dragula Season 2 Premiere". Tn2 Magazine. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  • Dommu, Rose (20 January 2018). "Dragula Season Two Was Great, Season Three Can Be So Much Better". Out. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  • Earp, Catherine (6 September 2018). "Dragula's The Boulet Brothers reveal the secrets to staying together for so long". Digital Spy. Retrieved 9 September 2018.
  • Earp, Catherine (7 September 2018). "Dragula's The Boulet Brothers reveal the after care they give queens who appear on the show". Digital Spy. Retrieved 9 September 2018.
  • Earp, Catherine (5 September 2018). "Dragula's The Boulet Brothers reveal how they feel about the show being compared to RuPaul's Drag Race". Digital Spy. Retrieved 9 September 2018.
External links
  • "Dragula Archives". Hey Qween! TV. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  • "The Boulet Brothers' DRAGULA". OUTtv. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  • "Boulet Brothers Dragula". TV Guide. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
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