The next season of RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars will be released through the new Paramount+ streaming service in the US, it has been announced.
The spinoff usually airs on VH1 Stateside but has now been named as one of the flagship series coming to Paramount+, which launches next Thursday.
The sixth season was filmed last summer, although it will not premiere until after the current season of the regular show comes to an end in April.
Paramount+ will also become the home to a new series from Drag Race creators World of Wonder called Queen of the Universe, which has been described as "a Eurovision-style tournament" featuring drag stars from around the world competing in a singing contest.
In the UK, there are no immediate plans for Paramount+ to launch, meaning that the new season of All Stars is likely to be released as usual through Netflix, although the streaming service has yet to confirm a deal for its return.