How to watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ season 14, episode 4: Stream live online, where to watch for free or on cable


After the twist in the third episode of Season 14 of VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race” to bring the first two eliminated queens, Orion Story and Daya Betty, back into the competition – just ahead of this season’s crucial and critical “Ball Challenge” – that means anything could happen on the fourth episode of the season, which airs Friday night.

Spoiler alert: After a staggering 42 looks, the queens said goodbye to June Jambalaya last week due to disappointment from the judges and a failed lip-sync battle.

The next episode, like every new episode to come, of the reality competition series will air every Friday at 8 p.m. ET on VH1, and also available to stream with a 7-day free trial via Philo and Fubo TV in addition to other live TV streaming services.

Get to know more about the remaining queens competing this season and find out who will have to “walk away” in the final episode on January 28.

A list of all the queens competing this season includes Alyssa Hunter, 26 – Cataño, Puerto Rico, Angeria Paris VanMicheals, 27 – Atlanta, Georgia, Bosco, 28 – Seattle, Washington, Daya Betty, 25 – Springfield, Missouri, DeJa Skye, 31. – Fresno, Calif., Jasmine Kennedie, 22 – New York City, New York, Jorgeous, 21 – Nashville, Tennessee and June Jambalaya, 29 – Los Angeles, Calif.

The rest of the queens include Kerri Colby, 24 – Los Angeles, CA, Kornbread “The Snack” Jeté, 29 – Los Angeles, CA, Lady Camden, 31 – San Francisco, CA, Maddy Morphosis, 26 – Fayetteville, Arkansas and Willow Pill, 26 – Denver, Colorado.

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Where can I stream it?

Regular season episodes can be streamed live with free trials on Philo, Fubo TV, Vidgo, Sling, DirecTV streams, Hulu + Live TV and YouTube Television.

What is Philo?

Philo is an Internet-based live TV streaming service that offers over 60 entertainment and lifestyle channels, like AMC, BET, MTV, Comedy Central and more, for the affordable price of $25/month.

Philo users get unlimited DVR space, can stream to three screens at once, create up to 10 profiles, and can cancel at any time. Philo is available on iOS and Android devices, Roku, Fire TV and more.


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