The grand finale of Canada’s Drag Race is almost here—and we are not ready! The season has been so much fun, it’ll be sad to see it go. But even though the end is in sight, the competition isn’t over yet.
If you want to know how you can watch Canada’s Drag Race live online, we’ve got you covered. Whether you live in Canada, the US, the UK, have cable or a WOW Presents Plus account, this is what you need to know!
What times does Canada’s Drag Race Episode 9 premiere on WOW Presents Plus?
For Drag Race fans in the US and Canada, Thursday night is your night for Canada’s Drag Race. Episode 9 will air in both the US and Canada at the same time: 9 p.m. ET. If you’re in Canada, you’ll be able to watch Episode 9 of Canada’s Drag Race on the cable network Crave. If you’re in America, you will be able to stream Episode 9 on WOW Presents Plus. Canada’s Drag Race Episode 9 will be added to WOW Presents Plus on Thursday, August 27 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
When does Canada’s Drag Race Episode 9 premiere on BBC Three?
UK viewers have to wait a day to watch Canada’s Drag Race. New episodes are added to BBC Three and iPlayer on Fridays after they air in Canada and the US. So that means Canada’s Drag Race Episode 9 will be available to stream in the UK on BBC Three and iPlayer on Friday, August 28.
When will Canada’s Drag Race air on Logo in the United States?
If you live in America and don’t have a WOW Presents Plus account, you can still watch the show on cable—you’ll just have to be okay with a wait. Canada’s Drag Race airs on Logo on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT—but Logo is a few weeks behind WOW Presents Plus.
Canada’s Drag Race Episode 7 will air on Logo on Monday, August 31 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Then Episode 8 will air on September 7, and Episode 9 will most likely air on September 14. So if you want to watch on cable, be sure to avoid spoilers!
Speaking of spoilers—if you want a rundown for Episode 8 of Canada’s Drag Race, check out the recap below!
What happened on Canada’s Drag Race Episode 8 ?
The episode kicked off with a challenge that everybody loves: puppets! The queens read each other using dragged-out puppets, and… Scarlett BoBo won? Sure—Scarlett hasn’t won a challenge yet so, let her have this moment! As the winner, Scarlett was rewarded by pairing up her competitors with a drag daughter for the makeover challenge. The drag daughters were all refugees who found a home via Rainbow Railroad, a charity organization that helps LGBTQ+ people in hostile countries find a safe haven in Canada.
Priyanka turned the party with her drag daughter Elektra (a.k.a. Elton from Jamaica); Scarlett did all right by herself with her glam rock and roll sister Violet (a.k.a. Dennis from Uganda); and Jimbo turned the judges on and off with her slutty sister Bimbo (a.k.a. Eka from Indonesia). Rita Baga and Tari Baga (a.k.a Rainer from Indonesia) underwhelmed with their proud clown storyline, and the judges thought Lemon didn’t do Lime (Rebal from Syria) any favors with her makeup.
Priyanka won the main challenge, and Lemon and Rita found themselves in the bottom. And after a fiery lip sync to Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know,” Lemon was sent packing.
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Where can you watch Canada’s Drag Race episodes 1-8 online?
You can binge the first eight full episodes Canada’s Drag Race right now on WOW Presents Plus.