Prime Videos picks up Drag Den with Manila Luzon for another Season of Pinoy-style “Drag-dagulan” Drag Queen pageant in search yet again for the Philippine’s Drag Supreme — a title won by Drag Den Season 1 winner, NAIA (Brian Black).
Self-described as a Drag show for the Filipinos by the Filipinos, Drag Den is also the first local show renewal in Southeast Asia by the global streaming giant. Drag Den with Manila Luzon Season Two promises to be even bigger, with a new season, a new den, a new set of rules and will launch exclusively on Prime Video in the Philippines and more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.
“We’re thrilled this show’s success has left our viewers wanting more,” said David Simonsen, director of Prime Video, Southeast Asia. “We’re always on the lookout to create entertaining content that is relevant to our diverse local audience’s taste, and it’s going to be exciting to work together with Rod and the rest of the Drag Den with Manila Luzon creators to make Season Two even more entertaining.”
According to series creator and director, Rod Singh, they’re very grateful on all the positive feedback and reactions they had with the first season. “It shows that audiences from around the world are connecting with our show and the messages we want to convey. It’s been quite a journey for us; the history of Pinoy drag culture is full of unsung heroes, and we’ve come a long way. We’ve had clear intentions about bringing the show to where it is now. The show stood for many things, and thanks to our audience, because they, too, stood with us. And because of their support, we’ll continue the fight in Season Two. Bigger and better, definitely.”
The next Drag Supreme could be You
Hosted and executive produced by “Drag Lord” Manila Luzon, the first season presented the Philippines’ previously under-the-radar drag culture to the world. Its finale saw NAIA—once an underdog in real life and on the show—crowned as the first Drag Supreme, besting co-finalists Shewarma and Maria Christina.
Auditions for the new set of queens are now open on www.dragdenph.com
Drag Den with Manila Luzon is streaming on Prime Video along with hundreds of other Filipino shows and films available on the Prime Video catalog, such as 10 Little Mistresses, Deleter, Family Matters, and Walang KaParis. Prime Video is available in the Philippines for just PHP149 per month.
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