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Dragula: Titans Cast Release Re-Introduces Us to Our Favorite Monsters

After weeks of anticipation, the cast for Dragula: Titans finally dropped today in an Entertainment Weekly exclusive. This new season, set to air on Shudder on October 25th, brings back 10 previously exterminated contestants to compete for a $100,000 prize.

The Boulet brothers pose in front of a text that reads Boulet Brothers Dragula: Titans

Today’s reveal promises a gripping new chapter of the increasingly popular franchise, with queens, monsters, and creatures from all four previous seasons returning for their chance at the crown (and Carrie-style blood shower). We even have a couple of contestants from last year’s wildly successful Dragula: Resurrection returning for a third shot at the coveted title of the World’s Next Drag Supermonster.

If you’re reading this and scratching your head at terms like “exterminated,” “creatures,” and “Supermonster,” I urge you to head over to Shudder right now and catch up on the best competition show currently airing on television (in this writer’s humble opinion, at least.) Alternatively, I’ll be writing a series overview for all you Dragula rookies that’s set to be published on October 12th.

For everyone else, check out the stacked line-up the Boulet Brothers have put together for this ten-episode all-stars battle:

Melissa Befierce (Season 1)

Pronouns: She/her, he/him

This season one queen initially puzzled the other contestants (and audience members) with her more conventional drag style, then gagged us all with her high-energy performances and some genuinely shocking looks. She’s the only queen from season 1 competing in Titans.

Abhora (Season 2)

Pronouns: He/him, they/them

Abhora’s truly unique style and fearless performances wowed audiences back in season 2, but the stress of the competition got to them before they could make it to the finale. If he can stay out of his own head, this monster might be the one to beat.

Erika Klash (Season 2)

Pronouns: She/her, they/them

Erika’s looks may be cute, but never underestimate one of Dragula’s toughest, most persistent competitors. If you don’t believe me, go back and watch her needle extermination in season 2, episode 1.

Kendra Onixxx (Season 2, Resurrection)

Pronouns: She/her

Kendra was already a star in season 2, but her run on Resurrection left us all wanting to see even more of this fearless, high-glamour queen.

Victoria Elizabeth Black (Season 2, Resurrection)

Pronouns: She/her

Mother of the illustrious House of Black, this Orlando queen has brought some of the most incredible looks ever to grace the Dragula stage. Her make-up, costuming, and special-effects skills are so impressive that one of her season 2 challenge looks seems to have inspired one of the cenobite designs in the forthcoming Hellraiser reboot.

Evah Destruction (Season 3)

Pronouns: She/her, they/them

Don’t let Evah’s polished performances fool you, she can get as down and dirty as the rest of them, bringing us characters ranging from killer clowns to rotting corpses while showing off her signature hairy chest.

Yovska (Season 3)

Pronouns: She/her, they/them

A drag monster in the truest sense of the word, Yovka’s drag style is like wild, living textile art. Many fans were up in arms about her early elimination in season 3, so her presence in Titans couldn’t be more welcome.

Astrud Aurelia (Season 4)

Pronouns: She/her, they/them

The drag daughter of season 4 winner, Dahli, Astrud shone brightly during her brief stint on season 4 and seems to have come back hungry for redemption.

Koco Caine (Season 4)

Pronouns: They/them

This Phoenix queen had a fantastic run on season 4, serving up sexy, scary succubus at every opportunity. They’ve only gotten more popular (and more polished) since, so these other monsters better watch their backs!

HoSo Terra Toma (Season 4)

Pronouns: She/her, they/them

Back in season 4, Hoso described herself as a “drag yokai,” but these days she’s a full-blown “drag kaiju.” HoSo’s a well-rounded, unpredictable performer bringing it on all levels. If she’s determined to snatch the crown, it won’t be easy to stop her.

The Boulet brothers wearing blonde wigs and black dresses with red feathers.

I’ll be (obsessively) covering this season of Dragula on Horror Obsessive, so make sure to check back for regular updates! In the meantime, catch up on all five previous seasons on Shudder. You can also follow the Boulet Brothers and this season’s contestants on Instagram and Twitter. Bye for now, uglies!

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Written by Saskia Nislow

Saskia is a writer, ceramicist, horror freak, and queer creature. Find more of their stuff at or at @cronebro on Twitter and Instagram.

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