On this tear-jerker, three of the most charismatic queens from the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” franchise — Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela and Eureka — travel the country transforming small-town residents into drag queens for one-off performances of their own. “We’re Here” owes a big debt to both “Drag Race” and “Queer Eye,” and at times it can feel like it’s working hard to show bigoted locals interacting with the queens. But the transformee’s personal stories of discrimination, loneliness and empowerment are genuinely moving, and the producers don’t shy away from exploring the complexity of being queer in America.
We’re Here begins streaming April 23.
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