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Exclusive: Jinkx Monsoon's Sketchy Queens TV Show Renewed for Season 2

Exclusive: Jinkx Monsoon's Sketchy Queens TV Show Renewed for Season 2

Liam Krug and Jinkx Monsoon
Courtesy of World of Wonder

Everything you need to know about Sketchy Queens season two.

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“I see you and I hear you.”

World of Wonder has officially renewed Jinkx Monsoon’s sketch comedy series Sketchy Queens for a second season. The new season is slated to premiere in 2023.

Monsoon’s Sketchy Queens partner, Liam Krug, will also return for season two. “Liam and I are so thrilled to start the long, hilarious, disjointed process that goes into creating another season of Sketchy Queens!” Monsoon wrote in a statement.

The All Stars 7 winner continued, “Sketchy Queens season two is going to be bigger and more wild – with more celebrity guests and plenty of that dry, esoteric wit we’re so damn proud of. We’re grateful to World of Wonder for believing in our show and allowing us true creative freedom. Thank you for watching, and here’s to more!"

Over the course of its first season, Sketchy Queens featured Monsoon and Krug in hilarious segments such as the chaotic “I See You and I Hear You” talk show, the phone call exchanges between Jennifer Coolidge and Jennifer Tilly, and Monsoon reprising her Snatch Game performance of Little Edie from RuPaul’s Drag Race season five.

Season one of Sketchy Queens also featured guest appearances from the likes of Trixie Mattel, Katya, Raja, Brittany Broski, and Brandon Rogers, to name a few. For season two, Sketchy Queens “promises to continue to surprise audiences with cameos from your favorite queens and comedians.”

World of Wonder cofounders Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato wrote, “This series had us all in stitches, and the WOWPP audience can’t get enough! Who knew Jinkx Monsoon was such a Sketchy Queen? Turns out everyone knows now!”

We’re already eagerly anticipating this second season of Sketchy Queens to see the Queen of All Queens doing what she does best. 2023 couldn’t come quickly enough!

All episodes of Sketchy Queens season one are now streaming on WOW Presents Plus.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.