"AJ and the Queen" is an American comedy-drama streaming television series directed by RuPaul Charles and Michael Patrick King.
The starring cast includes Izzy G., Michael-Leon Wooley, Josh Segarra, Katerina Tannenbaum, Tia Carrere, RuPaul Charles, Matthew Wilkas, Mario Cantone, Michael Cyril Creighton, Adrienne Barbeau and others.
Here are "AJ and the Queen" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for AJ and the Queen TV series?
Netflix on Wednesday, December 04, 2019 released the trailer for "AJ and the Queen" you can watch here:
AJ and the Queen | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is AJ and the Queen TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "AJ and the Queen" TV series plot summary.
AJ and the Queen follows "Ruby Red, a bigger-than-life but down-on-her-luck drag queen who travels across America from club to club in a rundown 1986 R/V with her unlikely sidekick AJ (Izzy G.), a recently orphaned, tough-talking, scrappy ten-year-old stowaway. As the two misfits travel from city to city, Ruby's message of love and acceptance winds up touching people and changing their lives for the better."
Who plays who in the AJ and the Queen TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "AJ and the Queen" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Izzy G. as Amber Jasmine "AJ" Douglas
Michael-Leon Wooley as Louis Bell/Cocoa Butter
Josh Segarra as Hector Ramirez/Damien Sanchez
Katerina Tannenbaum as Brianna Douglas AJ's mother
Tia Carrere as Leilani Kala'i/Lady Danger
Matthew Wilkas as Officer Patrick Kennedy
Mario Cantone as Alma Joy
Michael Cyril Creighton as Christian
Adrienne Barbeau as Helen
Laura Bell Bundy as Bernadette Anderson
Chad Michaels as Brian Gerrity
Tim Bagley as Lloyd Johnson
Marc Singer as Bob
Bridget Everett as Anna
Natasha Leggero as Kath
Jimmy Ray Bennett as Kevin
Kevin Daniels as Darrell
Mary Kay Place as Carolanne
Jane Krakowski as Beth Barnes Beagle
Monique Heart as Miss Terri Tory
John Rubinstein as Doctor
Trinity The Tuck as Danielle Dupri
Patrick Bristow as Kevin Prescott
Jujubee as Lee Saint Lee
Lorraine Bracco as Lorraine Bracco
RuPaul as Robert Lee
Jo Farkas as Mrs. Sweeney
Shawana Carter as Tianna
Rachel Lockhart as Diane
Brett Tucker as Officer Peter Dembrowski
Misty Monroe as Officer Rhonda Whyatt
Joel Murray as Motorcycle Cop
Robb Derringer as Chad Beagle
Raymond Ma as Mr. Hong
Rebecca Metz as Yolanda
Eddie Shin as Doctor
Timothy Wilcots as Fabergé Legs
Adam Bartley as Chris
Cathy Chang as Mrs. Hong
Joshua Allan Eads as Fanny Pack
Angel Laketa Moore as Cherise
Todd Sherry as Ewan
Lynne Marie Stewart as Florence
Stacie Greenwell as Loretta
Jen Kober as Female Officer
Noelle E Parker as Kathy Lee
Joanna Sanchez as Carmen
Keaton Savage as David
Ptolemy Slocum as Paulie
Tommy Snider as Murphy
Terryn Westbrook as Beth
Robert Arce as Old Man at the Bar
Cheryl Bricker as Didi
John Colton as Veteran
Aidan Fiske as Adam
Lisa Linke as Alyssa
Armen Nahapetian as Brick
Chaunte Wayans as Cherise
Oleg Zatsepin as Bouncer
Reynaldo Gallegos as Karl
Josh Green as Jade Jolie
Lyndsi LaRose as Bride-to-Be
Ian Merrigan as Bar Patron
Constantine Rousouli as Jordan
Jason Michael Snow as Seth
Shelby Steel as Trina
Gregory A. Thompson as Ralph
Kathryn Winslow as Irene
Manuk Aret as Officer Nyad
Reuben Asberry Jr. as Kennedy Davenport
Diane Delano as Police Officcer
Melissa Fosse-Dunne as Rainbow
Jerick Hoffer as Edee
Jim Kane as Ken
Annamarie Kasper as Monica
Drew Powell as Carl
Mychal Thompson as Rick
Socrates Alafouzos as Igor
E.E. Bell as Clem
Devon Diffenderfer as Mr. Hipster
Elijah Kelly as Mariah Balenciaga
Brian McCook as Magda
Baadja-Lyne Odums as Mama
Michael Steck as Pandora Boxx
Brandilyn Cheah as Granddaughter
Steven Michael Eich as Club Regular #1
Teddy Margas as Tony
Kristen O'Meara as Lila
Aylam Orian as Bud
Ryan Ong Palao as Ongina
Laura Pursell as Cora
Maura Swanson as Protest Woman
Tony Forsmark as Officer Gaska
Amie MacKenzie as DiDi
Bruce Merkle as Club Regular #2
Sebastian Riley as Young Robert
Shane Sandler as Jack
James Wirth as Jaymes Mansfield
Leann Lei as Nurse
Alexis Mateo as Alexis Mateo
Kendra Oyesanya as Dancer #1
Oscar Quintero as Kay Sedia
Georgia Stay as Young Beth
Jimmy Walker Jr. as Farmer
Zeyne Guzeldereli as Gay Fan
Roy Haylock as Bianca del Rio
Brittania Jones as Dancer #2
Jill Remez as Nurse Jasmine
Christine Corpuz as Nurse Amber
Chet Grissom as TV Host
David Huggard as Eureka O'Hara
Lockhart Brownlie as Dancer #1
Greg Lee as Doctor
Manila Luzon as Manila Luzon
Anders Arabolaza as Dancer #2
Dequan Johnson as Mayhem Miller
Wendy Schenker as Social Worker
Victor Bowling as Pork Chop
Miles Faber as Dancer #3
Johnnett Kent as Nurse
Nick Gilligan as Dancer #4
James Leyva as Valentina
Lidia Pearl as Destiny
Jose Luis Cancel as Vanessa Vanjie
Aaron Coleman as Man
Troy Hines II as Dancer #5
Ben Bigler as Dancer #6
Chris McKernan as Gas Station Guy
Steve Fisher as Kevin
Erin Flynn as Angry Protester
What are AJ and the Queen filming details?
"AJ and the Queen" series are produced by MPK Productions, RuCo and Warner Bros. Television.
The average duration of each episode is 47 - 59 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about AJ and the Queen TV series?
"AJ and the Queen" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 53/100.
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