When Does 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 Premiere? Reality Show Likely Won't Return to VH1 Anytime Soon

It's only been two months since Aquaira was crowned queen of RuPaul's Drag Race and fans are already anticipating the next season.

The good news is the VH1 reality competition series is slated for an 11th season, according to a Hollywood Reporter article published in June. The bad news is Drag Race is unlikely to return anytime soon, especially if the last four seasons' March premiere dates are any indication. Earlier seasons of Drag Race premiered in January, so there is still a chance the network could bring the show back earlier.

Despite the odds of waiting several months before RuPaul and his gaggle of competitive drag queens return to VH1, fans do have something else to look forward to in the very near future, like Drag Race alum Alyssa Edward's upcoming Netflix docuseries.

Dance Queen, starring the Mesquite, Texas native, is set to premiere on the streaming network on October 5, according to a Deadline report on Wednesday. The series will follow Edwards, whose birth name is Justin Johnson, as he coaches the kids of his dance studio, Beyond Belief Dance Company.

Along with preparing choreography and getting his students for another year of competitive dance, fans will get to see how Edwards handles the pressure of his class' even-more competitive (and sometimes aggressive) mothers. A few of Edwards Drag Race friends are also expected to pop up on the show.

Edwards became a fan favorite when he appeared on Drag Race for Season 5 in 2013. He also brought his sass, wit and killer dance moves back to the franchise for Drag Race All Stars Season 2 in November.

In addition to running the dance studio, of which he owns and serves as a creative director, he starred in his own film Hurricane Bianca as well as Hurricane Bianca: From Russia With Hate, which premiered in May.

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