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World of Wonder Announces Animated 'Drag Tots,' Executive Produced by RuPaul, & New Jasmine Masters Series

Drag Tots
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Roxy Moron and Lady Liber "T" 

World of Wonder has announced production on five new series for WOW Presents Plus, including its first animated series, Drag Tots. Executive Produced by RuPaul, World of Wonder co-founders Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey and WOW's Tom Campbell, the show is set in a grammar school for baby drag queens.

The animated cast includes Dina Saur, a drag tot whose aesthetic is inspired by dinosaurs; Roxy Moron, innocent, lovable and totally gullible; Arugala, a Puerto Rican provocateur with a taste for trouble; and Lady Liber “T”, an African American queen with “a talent for putting haters in their place.” WOW promises that each episode will feature dragtastic adventures, including a field trip to a wig farm.

WOW will also be producing Jasmine Masters Master Class, a show where the season 7 fan favorite will take on manners and etiquette. Given her knack for viral videos, this series is destined to be fabulous.

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Jasmine Masters

Joining Drag Tots and Jasmine Masters Master Class are three other series: His Vintage Touch - Tony Medina, which centers around the celebrity hair sculptor; Seth Bogart: Feeling Fruity, where the visual artist invites celebrities and unexpected strangers to his studio to paint while enjoying titillating conversation; and Kaplan Twins’ Adventures in Painting, which follows the identical sisters as they create works of art in unexpected ways -- including rolling around naked on a canvas in front of a live audience.

These shows join WOW Presents Plus programming Bobbin’ Around With Bob the Drag Queen, Detox's Life Rehab and La Vida de Valentina.

WOW Presents Plus is a subscription service, but Bob The Drag Queen defended the $3.99 monthly fee, telling Billboard: “I know you can afford it. It’s literally 13 cents a day, if you do the math, and that’s cheaper than a cup of anything. You can either support a child in Africa or subscribe to WOW Presents Plus -- what’s more important?”