'We're Here' Queens Encounter Protest and Pride in Season 3 Trailer

"The drag queens are coming."

Do you feel that?

"The drag queens are coming," warns Shangela in the new trailer for the third season of We're Here. "You would think we were like Jurassic Park, you know with the glass and the water just starts shakin', that's our heels coming."

Shangela, along with Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka are back for a new season of the Emmy-winning HBO docuseries, and this time they are headed to some of the most conservative areas of the U.S.

As Logo previously reported, for the upcoming third season of We're Here, the drag trio will be sashaying through Granbury, TX; St. George, UT; Brevard County, FL; Jackson, MS; and Sussex, NJ. The queens will kick off the new season in Florida, where storylines will involve the state's "Don't Say Gay" bill, and the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting.

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"We have a Pulse survivor as one of our drag kids," co-creator Stephen Warren told EW. "His transformation is jaw-dropping. He had multiple friends die that night. Pulling his life back together and doing this show is a major moment in his life. He's phenomenal."

The new season of We're Here has already made headlines, even before the Nov. 25 premiere. Earlier this year, town officials in St. George, UT, sought to prevent a drag show from being filmed for an episode — but the production ultimately went on as planned.

In the emotional new trailer, the drag trio encounters plenty of LGBTQ Pride, but also protests, as they strut through Small Town, U.S.A. Viewers even get a glimpse of the St. George city council meeting where the town resident show up in solidarity with the queens:

"This drag show will save lives," pleads one resident, speaking in front of the council.

Watch the powerful preview for We're Here Season 3 below.

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