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Jackie Beat's New TV Show to Feature Trixie Mattel, Alaska & More

Dr. Jackie: Unlicensed Psychotherapist
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Dr. Jackie will also feature Bianca Del Rio, Monét X Change, Katya, among others.

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Legendary drag queen Jackie Beat has now landed her own TV series, Dr. Jackie: Unlicensed Psychotherapist, on OUTtv.

On the show, Beat plays a therapist who “helps out” several notable clients with her unlicensed advice. Though she isn’t qualified to give out professional help, the queen certainly has a piece of paper stating that she’s a doctor.

Cameos and guest stars on Dr. Jackie include Elvira (a.k.a. Cassandra Peterson), Trixie Mattel, Bianca Del Rio, Monét X Change, Katya, Alaska, BenDeLaCreme, Tammie Brown, Kelly Mantle, Margaret Cho, Alec Mapa, and more. Meanwhile, Sherry Vine plays Beat’s often confused assistant.

Watch the trailer for Dr. Jackie: Unlicensed Psychotherapist below.

“It’s such a great feeling to not only entertain people, but be able to help them, too,” Beat said in a release. “It’s a real win-win. I’m very proud of the fact that I am able to make mental health just a little more glamorous and fun! And if anyone wants to cancel me for ‘mocking’ psychotherapy, please do it! I haven’t been on THAT reality television show so I need all the publicity I can get!”

Written by Beat herself, Dr. Jackie is directed by John Mark Hostetler and produced by Producer Entertainment Group (PEG) for OUTtv. The six-part series is still airing new episodes, so now is the perfect time to watch up on it.

Dr. Jackie is now streaming on OUTtv.

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Bernardo Sim is experiencing the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is experiencing the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.