According to Variety, the host of RuPaul’s Drag Race will film a talkshow pilot with Telepictures, a production arm of Warner Bros. Television, which is also behind The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The show is to appear on screens next years according to the rumors. His RuPaul’s Drag Race co-star Michelle Visage will also be involved in this show. In May, it was revealed that RuPaul is teaming up with Sex and the City writer Michael Patrick King for a new 10-episode Netflix comedy. The show, called AJ and the Queen, will see the RuPaul starring as Ruby Red – described as a “bigger-than-life but down-on-her-luck drag queen” – as she travels around in a 1990s RV to play in clubs across America. According to Netflix, RuPaul will perform a “killer musical number” at every club. RuPaul’s character will also have a sidekick, known only as AJ, who is an 11-year old orphaned and “scrappy” stowaway. As well as starring in the hour-long episodes, RuPaul is an executive producer and writer for the show. King is an executive producer and writer for the show, too. AJ and the Queen will be produced by MPK Productions, which is owned by King, in association with Warner Bros. Television.