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Drag Queen Miz Cracker Gets Her Own Show, ‘JewTorials’

Miz Cracker, Jewish drag queen extraordinaire and gone-too-soon contestant on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season 10, has landed her own television show on WOW Presents Plus. And yes, obviously, the show is called “JewTorials.”

JewTorials comes on the heels of Cracker’s wildly popular “Drag Race” recap series, “Review With a Jew.” While Miz Cracker did not make it to the finale of this season, which is set to air on Thursday, JewTorials will certainly satisfy the Cracker cravings of many “Drag Race” fans. Entertainment Weekly reports that JewTorials will launch on 7/11.

So what can we expect from JewTorials? Here’s the official description from WOW Presents Plus:

“Hot off the success of her RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 after show Review with a Jew, Miz Cracker continues her comedic rants with a new series JewTorials. Known for her expertise in wig styling, Miz Cracker will share her advice on how to choose the best wig as well as how to tease and style.”

Miz Cracker will be part of WOW Presents Plus’s inaugural Sickening Summer Series — “JewTorials” will be among nine new series launched by the subscription streaming service. WOW Presents Plus comes from World of Wonder, the production company behind “Drag Race.” If you want to watch JewTorials, a membership will you run you $3.99 a month.

But can you put a price on wig-styling knowledge?


We feel that Miz Cracker has so much to teach us, from proper wig teasing to “drag Talmud.” And, arguably, the existence of this show is a mitzvah in and of itself. I now eagerly anticipate the day that each and every b’nai mitzvah service project requires one to get into drag, craft a perfect wig, and educate the children on generational trauma and humor.

We can’t wait to watch on July 11. If the wait is also too long for you, here’s a bonus wholesome Twitter exchange between Miz Cracker and Rachel Bloom. L’chaim!

Juliana Kaplan is a news intern at The Forward. Email her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter, @julianamkaplan

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