Can we get an amen up in here?
RuPaul's Drag Race will return for a ninth season, Logo announced Wednesday.
Fresh off two Emmy nominations — including a first for RuPaul — Drag Race has become something of a cultural phenomenon, what with its mesmerizing drag queens and parade of iconic celeb guests including Lucy Lawless, Vanessa Williams, Kathy Griffin, and the late Natalie Cole.
"Season 9 of RuPaul's Drag Racewill be bigger, better and more twisted than ever," executive producer RuPaul said in a statement. "Thank you Logo for continuing to provide a powerful platform for these brave, gorgeous and creative souls to tell their stories. They represent the hopes and dreams of all the outsiders around the world."
Logo also announced a new docuseries, Fire Island,to premiere in 2017. Produced by Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' company, Milojo Productions, Fire Island follows a group of young New York City professionals who escape the city to hang out on Fire Island, the gay haven outside Manhattan.
No date for RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9 has been announced, but fans can get their fix when RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race -- a competition between contestants from previous seasons — begins its second season August 25 with a 90-minute episode.