Belgium’s first-ever season of Drag Race Belgique has come to a close, but it seems like it won’t be the last we see of these queens. Public TV Channel Tipik has announced that they have greenlit a second season of the hit show, just one month after the grand finale of the first season.
The show’s success could be attributed to the refreshing and diverse types of drag queens Belgium has to offer, as well as its massive viewership. The eight episodes of the show were watched by 380,438 unique TV viewers, and an additional 216,000 views were recorded on Auvio, the online TV platform of RTBF.
Third biggest success after Football and F1
With these impressive numbers, Drag Race Belgique has become the third biggest success on Auvio on Tipik after Football and F1. It’s clear that the queer world is bringing some much-needed fresh air to the public TV channel, and we can’t wait to see what the next season has in store.
As they say, “L’union fait la force, et l’amour fait le reste” (unity brings strength, and love does the rest).
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