Dinner. Is. Served.
In Hulu’s new original series Drag Me To Dinner, 40 iconic drag queens–– some you may recognize as RuPaul’s Drag Race alums–– will throw wild and elaborate dinner parties, complete with comedy, costumes and a little chaos.
Hulu describes the 10-episode series as a “riotous, format-busting, forth-wall-breaking, unapologetic sendup of traditional reality competition shows.”
“In each episode, two teams of successful drag queens go head-to-head to throw the most fabulous, awe-inspiring, drag-tastical dinner parties of all time, and be crowned champion by our three judges: the multi-talented Neil Patrick Harris, drag superstar Bianca Del Rio, and the funny and fabulous Haneefah Wood,” a press release for the upcoming series reads.
Hosted by Murray Hill, each episode of ‘Drag Me To Dinner’ will feature a unique theme, revealed by “resident expert, life of the party, and show producer” David Burtka. (Husbands Neil and David also serve as executive producers, alongside Todd Lubin and Jay Peterson.)
Teams will be judged on their execution of the following criteria: Food and Drink, Design and Decor, and Entertainment and Overall Vibe. At the conclusion of each episode, one team will be named the winner and get to take home The Golden Grater.
The 40 queens set to appear on the “glamorous, messy, faux competition show” include Alaska, Alexis Mateo, BeBe Zahara Benet, BenDeLaCreme, Biqtch Puddin’, Chelsea Piers, Darienne Lake, Detox, Gigi Goode, Ginger Minj, Heidi N Closet, Heklina, Jackie Beat, Jaida Essence Hall, Jasmine Rice LaBeija, Jinkx Monsoon, Kiki Ball-Change, Kim Chi, Latrice Royale and Manila Luzon.
Also coming to dinner is Marti Gould Cummings, Mayhem Miller, Meatball, Merrie Cherry, Morgan McMichaels, Mrs. Kasha Davis, Naomi Smalls, Nina West, Peaches Christ, Peachez Iman Cummings, Pixie Adventura, Raja, Rhea Litré, Selma Nilla, Sherry Vine, Symone, Thorgy Thor, Trinity the Tuck, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo and William.
‘Drag Me To Dinner’ debuts Wednesday, May 31 on Hulu.