Revry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season Three

Revry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season Three
Today, international queer streaming network, Revry, releases it's most anticipated Original Series, "Queens of Kings: Season 3" featuring RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 Winner, Aquaria with following episodes including Scarlet Envy and Miz Jade.

Also on Friday, Laverne Cox sizzles up the screen on Revry in the multi-festival winner, feature film "Carl(a)". And check out the ever fabulous fireball Sandra Bernhard with Olivia d'Abo in the hysterical Emmy nominated series "Secs & Execs." All Free with Ads or without Per Subscription. Revry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season ThreeRevry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season Three
Revry is proud to announce the airing of it's Revry Original Series, "Queens of Kings: Season 3" featuring RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 Winner, Aquaria, in it's premiere episode on Friday Sept. 14th. Following episodes include drag icons Scarlet Envy and Miz Jade. Creators, Scarlet Envy and Miz Jade Available for Interviews or Exclusive Upcoming Clips Per Request. Trailer Embed Links Below.
Revry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season ThreeRevry Releases QUEENS OF KINGS Season Three
Drag culture has been around for years, but only recently with the success of shows like RuPaul's Drag Race has this subculture achieved mainstream success. While this is an incredible accomplishment, the spotlight is often focused on a singular view of what drag can be.

"Queens of Kings" showcases a diverse variety of drag performers in the evolving Brooklyn drag scene; the series is a cavalcade of legendary Brooklyn drag performers who prove New York has remained the herald of drag culture. Each episode focuses on the intricate duality of the performer and examines not only the art of their drag but also the compelling story of the person behind the makeup. Season 3 premieres on Revry.tv September 14, with RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 Winner, Aquaria, and new episodes premiering on Fridays

"The diversity of drag in Brooklyn is incredible and exploration of drag/nightlife creatures is never ending. We have to make sure we remain inclusive and remember we are one HUGE dysfunctional family and that is ok. My Queens of Kings experience was nerve wrecking. I try to keep my pedestrian life and my drag life separate. Doing this show, I had to bare myself in BOTH walks of life. I work my ass off and I do it with a smile on my face. I hope people see that and get a lil glimpse of the day and life of a queer weirdo." - Miz Jade

"We created Queens of Kings to not only showcase these unique performers and give viewers a peek into the artist behind the makeup, but also to highlight the diverse and ever-changing culture of Brooklyn drag. With the Season 3's extended episodes, we are able to dive further into each performer's background, their unique evolution, and the inspiration for their art. Drag fans wants to form an even deeper connection with queens they love and have only had the chance to see them online or on stage; Queens of Kings opens that window into the drag world." - Evan Zampella, Creator of Queens of Kings

"The future of drag is very promising right now. We're seeing drag talent being embraced by more mainstream industries like fashion, theatre, politics, film and more." - Kyle Burt, Producer of Queens of Kings

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