As grocery stores stock Halloween candy and a slight chill fills the air, we know Spooky Season is slowly starting to creep in. So what better way to celebrate than with a new Dragula spin-off series, The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Titans — which sounds like the All Stars of the Dragula underworld.
In the new competition series, contestants from previous seasons of Dragula will compete for the first-ever "Dragula Titans" crown, a $100,000 grand prize, and a headlining spot on the upcoming world tour. According to the Titans series announcement, the spin-off will feature a new format that "promises a haunted mansion full of shocking twists and turns that take place in a brand-new 'underworld' set that was built just for the season."
While we don't know the gag-worthy ghouls who will be returning to compete on Dragula: Titans, we do know which spooktacular celebrities will be joining the Boulet Brothers behind the judges' panel: Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), Harvey Guillen (What We Do In The Shadows), Justin Simien (director of Disney’s upcoming Haunted Mansion movie), pop-metal princess Poppy, Joe Bob Briggs (Last Drive-In), Bonnie Aarons (The Nun), Barbara Crampton (Reanimator, Jakob's Wife) Drag Race legends Alaska and Katya, and more. There will also be surprise guests who will appear throughout the season.
“We wanted the show to feel familiar to fans, but we also wanted the set and format to feel elevated from a regular season in order to match the incredible talent of the artists we’ve brought together,” the Boulet Brothers said in the announcement. “There are so many shocking twists and turns this year that the competitors affectionately renamed the show 'Gagula' during filming, and we really can’t wait for audiences to see it - this show is truly the most compelling content we’ve created to date.”
Dragula: Titans comes after Season 4 of Dragula, which aired its finale back in Dec. 2021, and it is the first title in the Boulet Brothers' new deal with Shudder. The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Titans will kick off with a two-episode premiere on Oct. 25 on Shudder, so start stocking up on Halloween candy now for your spooky watch party.