Is the reality television premiering this month or not? Here is everything we know so far about We’re Here Season 3.
We’re Here is an HBO reality show starring former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela. The series follows a trio of drag queens as they travel across the United States, recruiting small-town residents to perform in one-night-only drag shows. Moreover, the series has a 92% and 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes for the first two seasons, which makes up the average audience score.
As a result, the series’ reception over the episodes alone explains why fans’ anticipation for the show is high and has captivated their curiosity to see the series expand further. If you are one of those who want to get clarity about the potential release date, etc., then look no further as we’ve compiled all of the relevant information on We’re Here Season 3’s since the premiere of the last season.
Continue reading until you reach the end to find all of your answers.
We’re Here Season 3 Release Date and Time Slot
In December 2021, the series was renewed for a third season. After months of waiting, HBO has officially confirmed that the series is returning with a brand new season which is set to premiere on Friday, November 25, 2022, at the time slot of 9:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM PT on HBO, quoting “Love More. Fear Less. Season 3 of We’re Here premieres November 25 on @hbomax.” Take a look at the official post below from Twitter.
“Part of the magic of We’re Here is that even though it takes place in small towns, the series has had an incredibly inspiring ripple effect that goes way beyond those communities,” said Nina Rosenstein, Executive Vice President of HBO Programming. “We’re looking forward to another season where we can continue to inspire and showcase some fierce drag!”
In addition to this, “We are thrilled to be a part of HBO’s continued commitment to LGBTQ+ storytelling,” Warren and Ingram said. “We are honored to continue to fight for equality and celebrate the many unsung heroes and allies across the country.”
Love More. Fear Less.
Season 3 of We’re Here premieres November 25 on @hbomax. pic.twitter.com/zIgvFmabgH
— HBO (@HBO) November 3, 2022
We’re Here Season 3 Plot
According to HBO Max, following the renowned drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela as they continue their journey across small-town America, spreading love and connection through the art of drag. In the upcoming Season 3 (premiering Nov. 25), the queens recruit a diverse group of local residents from Granbury, TX; St. George, UT; Brevard County, FL; Jackson, MS; and Sussex, NJ to share their stories, increase awareness and promote acceptance in their communities by participating in one-night-only drag shows. In each town, the queens inspire their “drag daughters” to express their genuine selves in front of their families, friends, and communities, at times facing increased opposition and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation laws.
Take a look at the exclusive stills from We’re Here Season 3 below:
We’re Here Season 3 Cast and Crew
Top drag entertainers Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley will be back for the forthcoming season and will travel to small cities and towns across the country, transforming locals into fierce drag queens. Through the season, the renowned drag queens inspire and teach their own “drag daughters” to step outside their comfort zone for a night of no-holds-barred, full-on drag.
We’re Here is created and executive produced by Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram and executive produced by Eli Holzman & Aaron Saidman and Erin Gamble for Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation. Peter LoGreco directs and executive produces. Caldwell Tidicue (Bob the Drag Queen), David Huggard (Eureka O’Hara), and D.J. Pierce (Shangela) serve as consulting producers.
We’re Here Season 3 Episodes
As of November 5, 2022, the network had not revealed the exact episode titles or synopsis, which will be revealed as the premiere date approaches. However, it is reported to have at least 6 episodes, which will be released on a weekly basis. In the meantime, here’s a quick episode guide to help you understand the sequence and watch the series to find out what happened in the previous season.
Episode 1: Spartanburg, South Carolina – October 11, 2021: Shangela, Bob, and Eureka return to Spartanburg, S.C., to catch up with Noah, who grapples with gender expression; plus-size lesbian model Faith; and Olin, who wants to bring his family together by walking in his brother’s shoes – literally.
Episode 2: Temecula, California – October 18, 2021: Bob, Eureka, and Shangela work with James, an often-misgendered trans man navigating neurodiversity; Jake, his faith influencer mom Michelle, and his partner Brad; and Andrei, a cheerleader who longs for his mother’s acceptance.
Episode 3: Del Rio, Texas – October 25, 2021: Bob, Eureka, and Shangela visit the border town of Del Rio, Texas, during Pride Month; the queens celebrate gay-identifying mayor Bruno Lozano’s positive impact on the community, Joey’s identity quest, and Esael’s coming out journey.
Episode 4: Selma, Alabama – November 1, 2021: Bob, Eureka, and Shangela help recently-transitioned Akeelah find the confidence to live a life beyond closed doors, release Joseph’s deep-seated pain, and encourage Deborah to prioritize herself for a change.
Episode 5: Evansville, Indiana – November 8, 2021: Bob, Eureka, and Shangela help Methodist Pastor Craig promote LGBTQ equality to his congregants, inspire Tunisian refugee Kaïs to celebrate all facets of his identity, and facilitate the wedding of civil rights activists Barbara and Yvon.
Episode 6: Watertown, South Dakota – November 15, 2021: The queen’s mentor competitive identical twins, a fierce mama bear, and an LGBTQ ally.
Episode 7: Kona, Hawaii – November 22, 2021: A former drag queen gets his heels back; a teacher learns to embrace her bisexuality; an Māhū warrior is inspired to be more vulnerable.
Episode 8: Grand Junction, Colorado – November 29, 2021: The queens empower three trans members of Grand Junction, Colorado’s queer community, to unleash their best selves.
We’re Here Season 3: Where to stream the new season?
When available to stream, We’re Here Season 3 will only be accessible on HBO and HBO Max as it is an exclusive series developed for the digital streaming platform. The first two seasons of We’re Here are available to stream in their entirety via HBO Max. Moreover, the membership of the platform costs $10 per month (or $100 per year) for the ad-supported plan and $15 per month (or $150 per year) for the ad-free option. The viewers can choose the membership plan according to their preference and stream the vast catalog that HBO Max has to offer its users with tv-series and movies ranging across different genres.
We’re Here Season 3 Official Trailer
The official trailer of 2:30 minutes of the series was released on November 3, 2022, which highlights the plot with a tagline stating, “Love More. Fear Less. Season 3 of We’re Here premieres November 25 on HBO Max.” Take a look at the official trailer on HBO’s youtube channel below:
Let us know in the comments if you will be streaming We’re Here Season 3 on HBO or not.