‘Dragula’ Season 4 to Premiere on Shudder With a $100,000 Prize

Author: Daniel Reynolds

The stakes have been raised at The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula.
The groundbreaking drag competition will have a $100,000 prize — its largest ever — for its fourth season, which will officially debut on the AMC Networks’ horror streaming network Shudder.
Past seasons of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula have been available on Netflix in the United States and various other platforms internationally, including Prime Video and OUTtv. With its fourth season debut, all of the prior seasons will be available to stream on Shudder
“Joining forces with Shudder marks the beginning of an exciting new era for The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, and Season 4 is lining up to be the most ambitious season to date,” the Boulet Brothers said in a statement. “We will be featuring some of the most groundbreaking drag art in the world and with $100,000 on the line, the competition (and the challenges) are going to be deadly.”
“We are thrilled to be working with the incredibly talented Boulet Brothers on a new season that will be bigger, better and more outrageous than ever,’ said Craig Engler, Shudder’s general manager. “This show brilliantly merges underground drag and horror, showcasing a diverse group of artists, and we’re delighted to bring it to Shudder members, alongside all three previous seasons.”
In 2020, The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Resurrection premiered on Shudder. The hybrid documentary-film-competition marked one of the highest viewerships for the streaming service.
The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula made history in season 3 when it crowned Landon Cider “the world’s next drag supermonster.” This was the first time a drag king competed in and won a U.S. reality TV competiton. From its onset, the show has presented a gender-inclusive vision of drag — and its challenges often revel in the horror, supernatural, and thriller genres. Past “extreme fear-based challenges” include being buried alive and consuming maggots.
Written, produced, and co-directed by the Boulet Brothers, the 10 episodes of season 4 also feature David Sigurani as an executive producer and Nathan Noyes as a director in association with OUTtv.

Original Article on The Advocate
Author: Daniel Reynolds


My name is David but my online nick almost everywhere is Altabear. I'm a web developer, graphic artist and outspoken human rights (and by extension, mens rights) advocate. Married to my gorgeous husband for 12 years, together for 25 and living with our partner of 4 years, in beautiful Edmonton, Canada.

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