Drag queens, including some RuPaul’s Drag Race legends are competing to see who can have the best dinner parties with the new drag show Drag Me To Dinner. The series is hosted by comedian and drag king Murray Hill as well with Neil Patrick Harris, actor/chef and Harris’ husband David Burtka, comedian Haneefah Wood and RuPaul’s Drag Race season 6 winner Bianca Del Rio as judges.

In the 10-episode series, 40 drag queens will compete in teams to create the best dinner party and win The Golden Grater. The queens include some of the biggest names in drag, including Drag Race alumni.

The cast includes Alaska, Alexis Mateo, BeBe Zahara Benet, BenDeLaCreme, Biqtch Puddin’, Chelsea Piers, Darienne Lake, Detox, Gigi Goode, Ginger Minj, Heidi N Closet, Jackie Beat, Jaida Essence Hall, Jasmine Rice LaBeija, Jinkx Monsoon, Kiki Ball-Change, Kim Chi, Latrice Royale, Manila Luzon, Marti Gould Cummings, Mayhem Miller, Meatball, Merrie Cherry, Morgan McMichaels, Mrs. Kasha Davis, Naomi Smalls, Nina West, Peaches Christ, Peachez Iman Cummings, Pixie Aventura, Raja, Rhea Litré, Selma Nilla, Sherry Vine, Symone, Thorgy Thor, Trinity the Tuck, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, Willam and Heklina, who died April 3.

According to the synopsis:

Drag Me To Dinner is a riotous, format-busting, fourth-wall-breaking, unapologetic sendup of traditional reality competition shows! In each episode, two teams of successful drag queens go head-to-head to throw the most fabulous, awe-inspiring, drag-tastical dinner parties of all time, and be crowned champion by our three judgers: the multi-talented Neil Patrick Harris, drag superstar Bianca Del Rio, and the funny and fabulous Haneefah Wood.

Hosted by the hardest-working middle-aged man in show business: dapper NYC legend Murray Hill, each episode has its own unique theme, as revealed by resident expert, life of the party, and show producer David Burtka. Teams will focus on multiple criteria: Food & Drink, Design & Decor, and Entertainment & Overall Vibe – let the comedic culinary costumed chaos commence!

At the end of each episode, one team will be proclaimed the winner and walk away with the grandest “prize” in the history of television: The Glorious Golden Grater – because one team may be GREAT … but the other is GRATER!

Drag Me To Dinner is the glamorous, messy, faux competition show that no one takes too seriously. It’s deliciously addictive, so pull up a chair and dig in!

Harris and Burtka executive produce alongside Todd Lubin for Boat Rocker’s Matador Content. Boat Rocker’s Jay Peterson also executive produces alongside Vox Media Studios’ Chad Mumm and Mark W. Olsen. Majordomo Media’s David Chang, Dave O’Connor, Chris Ying and Christopher C. Chen also executive produce with James Sunderland executive producing and serving as showrunner.

Drag Me To Dinner drops on Hulu May 31.