We're Here: Season 2 (2021)

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Air date: Oct 11, 2021

Shangela, Bob, and Eureka return to Spartanburg, S.C., to catch up with Noah, who grapples with gender expression; plus-size lesbian model Faith; and Olin, who wants to bring his family together by walking in his brother's shoes - literally.

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Air date: Oct 18, 2021

Bob, Eureka, and Shangela work with James, an often-misgendered trans man navigating neurodiversity; Jake, his faith influencer mom Michelle, and his partner Brad; and Andrei, a cheerleader who longs for his mother's acceptance.

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Air date: Oct 25, 2021

Bob, Eureka, and Shangela to visit the border town of Del Rio, Texas during Pride Month; the queens celebrate gay-identifying mayor Bruno Lozano's positive impact on the community, Joey's identity quest, and Esael's coming out journey.

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Air date: Nov 1, 2021

Bob, Eureka, and Shangela help recently-transitioned Akeelah find the confidence to live life beyond closed doors, release Joseph's deep-seated pain, and encourage Deborah to prioritize herself for a change.

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Air date: Nov 8, 2021

Bob, Eureka, and Shangela help Methodist Pastor Craig promote LGBTQ equality to his congregants, inspire Tunisian refugee Kaïs to celebrate all facets of his identity, and facilitate the wedding of civil rights activists Barbara and Yvon.

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Air date: Nov 15, 2021

The queens mentor competitive identical twins, a fierce mamabear and a LGBTQ ally.

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Air date: Nov 22, 2021

A former drag queen gets his heels back; a teacher learns to embrace her bisexuality; a Māhū warrior is inspired to be more vulnerable.

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Air date: Nov 29, 2021

The queens empower three trans members of Grand Junction, Colorado's queer community to unleash their best selves.

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Cast & Crew

Caldwell Tidicue
Bob the Drag Queen

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David Huggard
Eureka O'Hara

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D.J. Pierce
Shangela

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Peter LoGreco
Executive Producer
Eli Holzman
Executive Producer
Aaron Saidman
Executive Producer
Erin Gamble
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Critic Reviews for We're Here: Season 2

Audience Reviews for We're Here: Season 2

  • 5d ago
    The show handles sensitive topics bringing them to the forefront and sending clear messages that you need to learn to love yourself for who you are, to embrace those differences that make you uniquely you. It is about diversity, inclusion, acceptance and love. It highlights issues that members of the LGBTQ+ community face head on in a way that is both sensitive, caring, understanding and accepting. I absolutely loved this show and hope that it continues for many more seasons as people really need to understand the insights into the lives of this community the show provides. It is one of the best reality shows on television today because it brings with the unmistakable message of self-empowerment and love in a truly unique way. But have a box of tissues ready because some of the stories that are shared are hard to watch, which is all the more reason to watch them.
  • Nov 30, 2021
    A great show with lot of heart!

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