Hulu is about to make your biggest drag dreams come true. The online streaming service has announced they’ve locked in a new dramedy series inspired by RuPaul’s life and record-breaking career.
The forthcoming series, titled Queen, will be a fictional recreation of RuPaul’s rise from club kid to drag queen, gay icon and global star, and will be set in New York City in the ’80s. “No grim storyline about white guys sniffing white powder,” RuPaul previously told Page Six about the storyline. “It’s the Yellow Brick Road. Wanting to go to six different clubs every night.”
What else can we expect from the show? Everything from his Emmy Award winning TV show Rupaul’s Drag Race, to his iconic ’90s queer anthem, “Supermodel.” With Hollywood legends JJ. Abrams producing the show and Gary Legends writing the script, Queen is guaranteed to be a real tongue popper.