Boasting an impressive 11 years on air, RuPaul's Drag Race has blazed a trail for drag culture and is one of the most culturally significant shows around. Now, a new reality TV series featuring three of Drag Race's best-loved alums promises an even more dramatic sashay into mainstream America's consciousness. Read on to find out how to watch We're Here online and stream the all-new episode 4, no matter where you are in the world right now.
We're Here made its debut on HBO at 9pm PT/ET on April 23, with new episodes of the 6-part series being aired every Thursday on the network at the same time. Cord-cutters can get HBO as an add-on for Hulu.
The show follows three of Drag Race's most familiar stars, Shangela Laquifa Wadley, Bob The Drag Queen, and Eureka O’Hara, as they head to small towns across America and put on drag shows for the locals.
Each episode sees the show's three stars rock up in town and meet up with a handful of locals they’ll be tutoring ahead of a one-night-only drag show. Participants come from both ends of the American landscape, ranging from seasoned Queer artists to former homophobes.
Fans of makeover show's like Queer Eye will appreciate some of the incredible drag transformations that take place, while the show also shines a light on societal differences, with the trio experiencing both hostility and support as their act rolls into town.
Follow our guide below as we explain how to watch We're Here online from anywhere - stream episode 4 and the entire miniseries for free.
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How to watch We're Here in the US for FREE
As it is an HBO original, it comes as no shock that that HBO is the go-to place to watch We're Here online in the US.
The good news is that you have some choice in how much you pay as HBO offers a few packages and deals - plus most of these packages are pretty flexible.
HBO offers free trials on all of its packages, which helps soften the blow. Prices start at $14.99 a month with HBO and go up depending on which package you choose.
Don't want to commit to cable? Cord-cutters need look no further than Hulu and it's great value packages, which start at just $5.99 a month and offer a FREE 30-day trial. You can easily include HBO access as an add-on to this - and it comes with its own free 1-week trial.
How to watch We're Here from outside your country
As We're Here is a HBO exclusive, anyone from America who's currently abroad won't find it being aired simultaneously in places like the UK, Canada or Australia. Moreover, trying to tune into HBO like you would from home will likely be impossible because of geo-blocking restrictions.
We know that this might not be a likely scenario for many, due to coronavirus travel restrictions, but the fact is people are still being required to travel - and some are even regrettably stuck abroad during this difficult time.
Fortunately, there is a solution in the form of a VPN. This nifty bit of software changes your IP address so that you can access all the content you normally would at home, from anywhere in the world.
However, note that some services require you to verify local credit card or cable subscription details before gaining access, so make sure you have these to hand before signing up for anything.
While there are hundreds of VPNs to choose from, we always recommend ExpressVPN. As well as being fast, simple, and straightforward to install, it's also compatible with a whole host of devices - Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox, PlayStation, iOS and Android to name some of the main ones.
Plus, ExpressVPN's flexible 30-day money back guarantee is difficult to argue with. Even better, you can purchase an annual plan for a 49% discount and 3 months extra FREE – a brilliant offer for an essential bit of software.
Once installed, select the location of your home country and simply click connect to watch We're Here at home from anywhere on the planet.
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James is a technology journalist with nearly 10 years experience and currently Sports and TV Streaming Editor at Future, where he works across TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide. He is here to help you find the best ways to watch sports, TV shows and movies online. Previously, he was News and Features Editor at Trusted Reviews, Editor of Lifehacker UK, and Senior Staff Writer at ITProPortal.