Here we go again… It’s time for All-Stars season four which begins at 7/8pm on VH1 in the US. There have been rumours that All-Stars 4 will stream on Netflix but there has been no official confirmation.
Netflix has historically only aired the main series, with Untucked and All-Stars being a bit tougher to watch.
Recently Netflix broke from this mould by airing RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular after high demand from fans.
This has caused speculation that we might be able to also watch All Stars 4 from Ireland on Netflix.
It has been confirmed that Comedy Central will air All-Stars 4 at 1:30 am this morning as well as a repeat on Sunday at 11 pm.
In the press release that announced this, Comedy Central also said the show would be available to watch on “all the usual” catch-up services.
Comedy Central is available to catch-up on Now TV, which means episodes of All-Stars 4 should be available to watch on the Sky streaming platform.
This means that the latest episodes will air only a half an hour after the US.
The first 13 minutes of Episode 1 was released earlier this week on Facebook and shows this seasons contestant’s werkroom entrances.
Who's ready for RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars?! Snatch up the Queens entering the werkroom!! ✨Let's get All-Star-ted FRIDAY NIGHT at 8/7c on VH1!! 🌟
Posted by RuPaul's Drag Race on Tuesday, December 11, 2018
There have been many predictions as to what will happen this season, but the preview ends with the entrance of Manilla Luzon and Latrice Royale who are handcuffed together, mimicking the twist from All-Stars 1 where contestants were paired together.
All Star 4 contestants were announced last month. The cast who will be competing to win the crown and $100,000 are Trinity ‘The Tuck’ Taylor, Naomi Smalls, Monét X Change, Manilla Luzon, Latrice Royale, Jasmine Masters, Farrah Moan, Valentina, Gia Gunn and Monique Heart.
The winner of All-Stars 4 will join Chad Michaels, Alaska Thunderfuck and Trixie Mattel in all Stars Hall of Fame.
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