RuPaul’s ‘AJ and the Queen’ Canceled After One Season

After less than two months of being on Netflix, RuPaul’s comedy-drama AJ and the Queen has been canceled.

RuPaul tweeted the news that the show would not be coming back for a second season on Friday (March 6).

“End of the road for AJ and the Queen,” he wrote. “Netflix has decided to not extent our road trip across America. Thank you for all the love and support. We’re so very proud of the work.”

The show, which was created, written, and executive produced by RuPaul and Michael Patrick King of Sex and the City, followed drag queen Ruby Red (played by RuPaul) who goes on a tour of the United States with 11-year-old AJ.

Each of the ten episodes included drag performance by RuPaul, and the series featured guest appearances from 22 former Drag Race contestants, including Bianca del Rio, Katya, and Chad Michaels.

Many mourned the loss of the show on social media.

The cancelation of AJ and the Queen comes after the drag queen’s daytime talk show The RuPaul Show was also canceled after just three weeks.