We’re Here Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything you need to know

The dangerously attractive drag queen stars of HBO’s We’re Here are the only thing criminal about the film. The reality show We’re Here Season 3 of their Emmy-winning, road-tripping makeover docuseries is that conservative politicians are actually trying to outlaw their trade in the roughest of the red states in small-town America.

Despite the fact that it should be illegal to look as good as Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela, and Eureka rocking wigs and stilettos, the RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni aren’t giving up easily. 

According to co-creator Stephen Warren, new episodes were shot in locations with a prevalence of conservative communities. “In their animosity, they are more loud and blatant. It has a brazenness about it that we didn’t really notice to a large amount in the past.”

He predicted that the following season will be “the most significant season to date” in the three-year history of the program because of the potential influence the queens may have.

It will follow the queens as they transform a fresh batch of citizens (both straight and gay) from southern states all the way to Utah, where their political philosophies conflict with a local councilwoman who is attempting to stop the show from shooting in a kid-friendly park. 

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We’re Here Season 3 Release Date

We're Here Season 3

We’re Here Season 3 is all set to be released on November 25th on HBO Max.

The show’s method for capturing the nation’s hostile terrain on camera changed at the same time that the hostile landscape itself transformed. Warren says that while he’s not yet ready to share all of the changes that season 3 will bring, the format will change “to account for and capture what’s occurring” all throughout the nation. 

There may not have been a finer starting point for the healing process than Central Florida. The project began filming in the “ground zero for hate that’s fostered in the country,” according to Warren, before moving to St. George, Utah, Granbury, Texas, Jackson, Mississippi, and Sussex County, New Jersey, but the precise sequence of the episodes has not yet been decided.

The queens go through Florida communities, pass through Kissimmee, and meet up in Orlando, where a mass gunman massacred 49 people in June 2016 at Pulse, an LGBTQ nightclub.

Warren said, “We have a Pulse victim as one of our drag kids. The tale is intertwined with others surrounding the state’s divisive “Don’t Say Gay” law. “His metamorphosis astounded me. That night, several of his pals passed away. A significant turning point in his life was getting his life back together and doing this program. He is amazing.” 

Regardless of who you are, this show is so large that everyone may enjoy watching it. The program has a total of 14 episodes spread between two seasons, each of which has 7 episodes. Every episode lasts around 50 hours.

IMDb has rated it 8.1 out of 10 stars. On April 23, 2020, HBO officially debuted the program, which has continued airing since since. “We’re here” has the potential to be a spectacular, thought-provoking, and instructive account of nonconformity assimilating into our conventional culture.