The Boulet Brothers Announce Fifth and 'Best-Looking' Season of 'The Boulet Brothers' Dragula' (Exclusive)

Season 5 will premiere on Oct. 31 on Shudder and AMC+

<p>Scotty Kirby</p>

Scotty Kirby

It's not spooky season without the Boulet Brothers!

The fifth season of The Boulet Brothers' Dragula will premiere on Oct. 31 on Shudder and AMC+, PEOPLE can exclusively confirm.

Season 5 — which they promise will be the "biggest and baddest yet" — also sees the Boulet Brothers taking over as series directors.

“We have created four seasons of the main show at this point, and just wrapped our first all stars season with The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Titans spin-off, and we consider all of that part of 'Chapter 1' of the Dragula story," Dracmorda, one half of the Boulet Brothers duo, said in a press release.

Dracmorda adds: "With season 5, we are beginning a new and innovative new chapter of the show, and we’ve retooled and updated the format in an incredibly exciting way.”

Swanthula, the other half of the Boulet Brothers, is particularly excited about their role as directors.

<p>Scotty Kirby</p>

Scotty Kirby

“Nobody is going to sail the ship with more passion than us, so we’ve taken over as the show’s directors for season 5, and we’ve brought in some incredibly talented new team members who are really elevating what you will see on screen,” Swanthula said in a statement.

Swanthula added: "We’re going back to basics with the format and focusing on the competition element of the show, the incredible artists that we’ve cast and the out-of-this-world looks they create each week, and of course, drag artists doing insanely terrifying and shocking physical challenges on TV. This is the best-looking season of the show yet, and I can’t wait for fans to see these new competitors. They are truly the most impressive drag artists I have ever seen on-screen."

The cast is yet to be announced, though the Boulet Brothers are welcoming a series of guest judges throughout the season, including director Mike Flanagan (Netflix’s Haunting of Hill House, Midnight Mass), actor David Dastmalchian (Oppenheimer, Dune, Suicide Squad), author Tannanarive Due, writer and director Kevin Smith, musician Jazmin Bean and Scream star Matthew Lillard.

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The show will also feature the series’ first recurring judge, The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula season 3 winner Landon Cider, and appearances from past season winners and stars including Victoria Elizabeth Black, Dahli, and Koco Caine.

The Boulet Brothers' Dragula first began in 2016 and has since become a staple for horror, drag and reality fans.

Following last year's spin-off show The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Titans, the duo released their variety show, The Boulet Brothers’ Halfway to Halloween TV Special, in April.

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