I really hope the brand is all that's transferred over, and not the stringent rules about what the challenges are or how Queens showcase their talent. The UK scene is so different from the US mainstream. Guardian had an article with several points that were made.
A lot of the UK’s very best drag can be found in basement bars where it rejects notions of assimilation into oppressive capitalistic structures
I'm sure the author of this piece was a meme about a month ago.
Why? Way more people have access to iPlayer than they do Netflix or Comedy Central. BBC Three has become known for cult hits now, and the BBC putting stuff like Killing Eve online before TV broadcast has shown it can be a massive boost via word of mouth.
Having a conversation about UK drag not getting fairly represented in a very rigid American TV format is a valid thing to do, as many people in this thread have already said. I'm sure we can find a better spokesperson than the individual who was spouting utter gubbins about quantum physics a month ago though.