As judge Bianca Del Rio asks: "A show about drag queens cooking and drinking? What could possibly go wrong?"
Well, you're about to find out in the chaotic new trailer for Hulu's upcoming campy cooking competition series, Drag Me to Dinner.
As Logo previously reported, the show features teams of drag queens as they compete to throw the most fabulous dinner party, and be crowned champion by three judges: Neil Patrick Harris, Bianca Del Rio, and Haneefah Wood.
The 10-episode season will also be hosted by Murray Hill (Somebody Somewhere), and according to the series announcement, "each episode has its own unique theme, as revealed by resident expert, life of the party, and show producer David Burtka. Teams will focus on multiple criteria: Food & Drink, Design & Decor, and Entertainment & Overall Vibe."
In the new preview we get a sneak peek of the queens' kitchen skills — or lack thereof — and the cooking claws come out as RuPaul's Drag Race Season 5 and All Stars 2 winner Alaska says, "I didn't come here to make friends, I came here to make dinner."
The 40 drag superstars who will be competing are Alaska, Alexis Mateo, BeBe Zahara Benet, BenDeLaCreme, Biqtch Puddin’, Chelsea Piers, Darienne Lake, Detox, Gigi Goode, Ginger Minj, Heidi N Closet, Heklina, Jackie Beat, Jaida Essence Hall, Jasmine Rice LaBeija, Jinkx Monsoon, Kiki Ball-Change, Kim Chi, Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Marti Gould Cummings, Mayhem Miller, Meatball, Merrie Cherry, Morgan McMichaels, Mrs. Kasha Davis, Naomi Smalls, Nina West, Peaches Christ, Peachez Iman Cummings, Pixie Aventura, Raja, Rhea Litré, Selma Nilla, Sherry Vine, Symone, Thorgy Thor, Trinity the Tuck, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, and Willam.
Hope you're hungry because all 10 episodes of Drag Me to Dinner drop May 31 on Hulu. But if you need an appetizer until then, check out the new series trailer below.