The reality series will likely stick with its successful format from the first season, which features the three performers coming to town and finding their protégés, giving them drag-worthy makeovers and then watching them put on performances, with personal reflection provided by a number of interviews throughout each episode. Beyond that, information is scarce. The costumes that the three main players wear in the June tweet indicate that football is involved somewhere — maybe they go to a place where the sport dominates the local culture? At the current time, though, this is just speculation.
Bob threw out some interesting and ambitious ideas when he spoke to Entertainment Tonight last year, including one where the drag queens would revisit Spartanburg, South Carolina, since they never quite finished their business there. She said, “I would love to go back and revisit the town of Spartanburg. I would love to go to my hometown and Shangela and Eureka’s hometowns. I would love to go international. Imagine the people we could help in Johannesburg and all around the world.”
Whether or not the cast goes to one of those places remains to be seen, but it’s interesting to hear the possibilities being thrown around. In the meantime, if you need to catch up on the previous season, all six episodes are available to stream on HBO Max. The first episode is also available through the official website for “We’re Here” on HBO.