No Season 2 for the drag queen dramedy.
March 6, 2020
There will be no more adventures for AJ and the Queen, as Netflix has cancelled the dramedy after just one season. Co-creator and star RuPaul Charles took to Twitter to announce the sad news, which comes less than two months after the show's freshman release on the streaming service.
The hour-long series followed drag queen Ruby Red, played by RuPaul, who sets out on the road looking for a change of scenery and new adventures. While traveling across the country in her run-down RV, she comes across a stowaway in the form of a street-smart, tough-talking 10-year-old who ends up becoming her unlikely sidekick. As the two misfits travel from one city to another, Ruby's message of acceptance touches people and changes their lives for the better.
03/09/20 at 06:18am
@Chan You're truly an idiot. No one said being gay equals being a pedo. The issue would be any 10-YEAR OLD BOY, driving around with a 40-50 year old man he didn't know in an RV a horrible show premise. Being a drag queen doesn't help or change that. Stop trying to be a victim, no one's making you one. Be gay all you like. Not the point.
03/08/20 at 11:22am
I really enjoyed the show. It was sweet & had some genuinely funny moments. Since being gay has nothing to do w/ being a pedophile, there are, of course, some ignorant, misguided comments here. But what else could be expected from those who can't just accept that people are people (& who of course, also never watched even 5 minutes of the show).
03/08/20 at 06:58am
Not sure if you are aware, but in the regular world that's illegal so of course there isn't any in the show. And only strange people with questionable life choices would think that a story about a 10 year old child riding cross country with a drag queen, who is a person they never met and don't know, in an RV is a good premise for a show.
03/07/20 at 03:11pm
I mean, what else is there when you're driving an RV cross country as a drag queen?
03/07/20 at 02:26pm
Really uneven storytelling and pacing but somehow managed to be pretty fun and touching. Sad to see it end, especially since the finale was a total non-ending. C'est la vie I guess.
03/07/20 at 11:59am
Because there is no paedophilia in this show only suspicious (potential paedophiles) would think that there is
03/07/20 at 07:00am
"Ruby's message of acceptance touches people and changes their lives for the better."
The lesson learned here is touch more people.
03/06/20 at 08:49pm
It shouldn't have been green lit in the first place. Story was gay as can be. Also who doesn't think it is weird you just take a 10yr old across the Country. It just showed signs of pedophilia by Ru Paul. Re Paul stick to what you do best and that is Drag.
Not sad and happy Netflix cancelled the series.
03/06/20 at 12:58pm
Ahh .. that's sad . This was a fun inclusive show that had some great moments. Shame it's not coming back... at least we have more Drag Race !!
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