Drag Race Holland has been confirmed to be premiering on September 18.
Ten of Holland's best drag queens will compete to be crowned as the first Dutch Drag Race Superstar.
It will be available to stream for UK Drag Race fans on WOW Presents Plus. The streaming platform is priced at £3.49 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial at www.wowpresentsplus.com.
Dutch TV presenter and stylist Fred van Leer has been confirmed as the host of the series, who's best known for appearing on Holland’s Next Top Model, Shopping Queens and Say Yes To The Dress.
Fred van Leer said: "I still can't believe I’ll host Drag Race Holland with the blessing of RuPaul! What a dream! This program is everything I believe in and stand for. It's all about charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent and I can’t wait to see all the fantastic creations of the queens on the runway, the lip syncs and all the challenges we created.".
The Dutch version will follow a similar format as ten drag queens compete in weekly challenges which sees the bottom two queens face-off against each other in a legendary lip-sync battle for a chance to remain in the competition
It follows a number of spin-offs of the original series including All Stars - which pits the best queens of previous seasons against each other - a UK version, Thailand, Chile, Canada and an upcoming Australian version.
The UK version of the series hosted by RuPaul and featuring judges Michelle Visage, Graham Norton and Alan Carr was a huge success for the BBC and has since been renewed for an upcoming second season.
Drag Race Holland will be available to stream on WOW Presents Plus from September 18, fans can also watch UNHhhh, Werq the World docu-series, Untucked, Fashion Photo RuView and more on the streaming platform.
To sign up for a free seven-day trial go to www.wowpresentsplus.com.