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Watch the Dragula Titans 'Meet the Monsters' Cast Interviews

Watch the Dragula Titans 'Meet the Monsters' Cast Interviews

Watch the Dragula Titans 'Meet the Monsters' Cast Interviews
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The best Dragula supermonsters are back for Titans!

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Some of the fans’ absolute favorite drag supermonsters have been cast on the first-ever edition of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Titans.

The cast of Dragula: Titans features 10 returning contestants: Abhora, Astrud Aurelia, Erika Klash, Evah Destruction, HoSo Terra Toma, Kendra Onixxx, Koco Caine, Melissa Befierce, Victoria Black, and Yovska. Thankfully, all four seasons of Dragula will be well-represented on Titans.

Today, the Boulet Brothers released the “Meet the Monsters” video where fans can learn more about these returning drag supermonsters. Though these are familiar faces to longtime Dragula viewers, they can still get a taste of how much these artists have evolved over the years and how they plan to compete on Titans.

Watch the full “Meet the Monsters” video below.

Befierce is the only Titans contestant representing the first season of Dragula. Meanwhile, season two stars Abhora, Klash, Onixxx, and Black are all competing again. Also returning on Titans are season three standouts Destruction and Yovska. Last but certainly not least, the fourth season of Dragula will be represented by Aurelia, Terra Toma, and Caine.

Fans couldn’t be more excited about Dragula: Titans given that it features some of their absolute favorite drag performers. May the best supermonster win!

The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Titans premieres October 25 on Shudder.

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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.