RuPaul is making his big return to daytime TV. The “Drag Race” host will premiere his new program, simply titled “RuPaul,” on Monday. Fans will want to make sure they know where to watch.

It looks like the talk show is a trial run. There will be three weeks of daily episodes, which start on June 10. Since it is a trial run, “RuPaul Show” is debuting in just a handful of markets first. Here’s when and where to watch:

New York: Fox 5 at 7 p.m., My 9 at 5 p.m.

Los Angeles: Fox 11 at 6 p.m., My 13 at 8 p.m.

San Francisco: KTVU Fox 2 at 2 p.m., KTVU Plus at 3 p.m.

Minneapolis: Fox 9+ at 8 p.m.

Houston: Fox 26 at 3 p.m.

Phoenix: Fox 10 at 2 p.m.

Charlotte: Fox 46 at 10 a.m.

The three-week run is important for Fox to determine if “RuPaul” should be part of the regular schedule. If audiences consistently watch this summer, they’ll order the show to series and it’ll be syndicated nationwide.

It sounds like the hour-long installments will have everything RuPaul fans want in a talk show. A catwalk, comedy sketches, style segments and celebrity interviews will be included, and it’s safe to assume that RuPaul will drop some highly quotable pieces of wisdom throughout.

The first guests on RuPaul’s new daytime talk show include James Corden, Paula Abdul, Senator Cory Booker and Tarek El Moussa. The trailer for “RuPaul Show” reveals that Lisa Vanderpump, Jonathan and Drew Scott and Chrissy Metz will also appear.

The 58-year-old sounds ready for interviews. He told USA Today about his desire to get to know his guests.

“I’m naturally inquisitive about people: where they’re from, what makes them tick and what makes them get out of bed in the morning, especially with all the mishegoss going on out there,” RuPaul said. “My whole goal in life, whether there’s a camera or not, is to fall in love with the person I’m talking to. It’s about finding our common humanity, which isn’t very hard to do.”

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RuPaul's new talk show will have a three-week trial run this summer, but it's only available in seven markets. Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution