Friday, June 14, 2024

Watch the trailer for Dungeons and Drag Queens

Join Bob the Drag Queen, Alaska, Monét X Change, and Jujubee led by Game Master, Brennan Lee Mulligan in a new show premiering June 28t, only on

The trailer for the highly anticipated Dimension 20: Dungeons and Drag Queens is now available.

Premiering exclusively on the Dropout streaming service on Wednesday, June 28th, the series’ first episode will also be made available for free on YouTube.

In a captivating season of Dimension 20, four questing Queens embark on an otherworldly journey, descending into the depths of the underworld with sass, style, and sorcery that challenges everyone they encounter. Through fierce undead battles, fumbling encounters with mythical creatures, and heartfelt moments of self-discovery, these queens leave an indelible mark on the underworld, weaving a tale of empowerment, acceptance, and the transformative power of drag.

Dimension 20 is part of the lineup, a prominent series within the expanding realm of tabletop RPG content, has garnered increasing recognition from a global audience. The upcoming season will be helmed by Brennan Lee Mulligan (he/him),the creator and Game Master of Dimension 20. Mulligan previously served as Game Master for Dimension 20: A Crown of Candy, Dimension 20: Neverafter, Dimension 20: Fantasy High, and Exandria Unlimited: Calamity for Critical Role.

This season’s players include:

  • Bob the Drag Queen (he/him/she/her): The alter ego of non-binary comic/actor Caldwell Tidicue, “Bob The Drag Queen” describes herself as “hilarious, beautiful, talented and…humble.” Bob’s unabashed confidence won her the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar” on season 8 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” multiple acting roles for HBO, Netflix, Sony Tristar, MTV, and VH1. Along with HBO’s first unscripted show, “We’re Here,” Bob has recently released her second comedy special, “Bob The Drag Queen Live at Caroline’s,” available on iTunes, as well as season 4 of “Sibling Rivalry,” the podcast she co-hosts with her drag sister Monét X Change. Bob is represented by UTA and managed by Producer Entertainment Group (PEG).
  • Alaska (she/her): A bizarre cosmic collision propelled Alaska to Earth…and onto the fifth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” where she finished in the final 3 before returning and taking the crown as winner of season two of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.” She has released three chart-topping studio albums, “Anus,” “Poundcake,” “Vagina” and more recently, “Red 4 Filth”, played Queen Gynecia in the Go Go’s scored musical comedy “Head Over Heels”, been a cast member of VH1’s hit reality series “Scared Famous,” released a young adult novel titled “Alaska Thunderfun and the Inner Space Odyssey, released her memoir “My Name’s Yours, What’s Alaska? : A Memoir” in November 2021, starred as Hattie in the short horror film “The Quiet Room” directed by Sam Wineman and has toured the globe spreading her otherworldly message of love, kindness and gender non-conformity. Alaska also co-hosts the wildly popular Race Chaser podcast with Willam and her YouTube videos boast over 60 million views with 15 million views alone (and counting) for 2017’s “The T.” Find her online at:
  • Jujubee (she/her): Jujubee is best known for their multiple appearances on World of Wonder’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” They placed top 3 on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season 2, “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season 1, and BBC’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs The World.” They placed runner up on “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season 5. Jujubee has also appeared in Netflix’s original “AJ and the Queen,” Hulu’s “Huluween Dragstravaganza,” and competed on Paramount Plus’ “Queen of the Universe.” Their hit podcast “Queen of Hearts,” where she helps heart-torn strangers find love, is her newest piece of digital content.
  • Monét (he/him/she/her): Born and bred in New York City, Monét X Change is an entertainment spitfire and the first double crown winner from RuPaul’s Drag Race having earned the title of Miss Congeniality on Season 10, as well as becoming the first queen of color inducted into The Hall of Fame after winning All-Stars 4. Monét was most recently the runner-up on All-Stars 7, which was the first season in Drag Race franchise history to feature all winners.

Since its launch in 2018, (formerly CollegeHumor) has quickly become one of the most popular subscription comedy platforms. presents independent, ad-free, uncensored comedy producing and hosting several original series, such as Game Changer, Dimension 20, Make Some Noise, Um Actually, and many more. The App is available on Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, plus iOS and Android mobile devices.

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