Yes, Ricky Martin, Ricky Martin will coming into your homes on the small tube. Jwan away…
Since “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” has exploded with major success for its 9th season on the channel, the coming year will bring Drag race back for it’s 10th season renewal. Who said Drag was boring? It’s going mainstream bitches! “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” just moved to VH1 from Logo this season after 8 years.
Now that sexuality is being more accepted in the entertainment industry, VH1 announced five new series, including an untitled reality show chronicling the life of pop star Ricky Martin, set to premiere this June.
Ricky Martin’s new series will take an inside look into the Latino pop singers life. Here is how VH1 puts it:
It’s “a revealing, never-been-seen account of one of the most private and guarded global superstars of our time.”
Along with “Drag Race,” VH1 has renewed “America’s Next Top Model” (Season 24, premiering in December), “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner” (Season 2, October), “Basketball Wives” (Season 6, April 17), “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle” (Season 6, April 17), “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” (Season 4, July 17), “Black Ink Crew: Chicago” (Season 3, May 24), “Hip Hop Squares” (Season 2, fall 2017) and “Shaunie’s Home Court” (Season 2, fall 2017).
The celebrity events “Hip Hop Honors” (August) and “Dear Mama” (May 8) will also return to VH1 later this year.
Besides the Ricky Martin reality series, VH1’s four other new series are: “’90s House,” where host Lance Bass sticks today’s tech-obsessed youth in a house with only pre-Internet technology (August 16); “Scared Famous,” which puts celebrities in a spooky mansion (October); “Baller Wives,” about three Miami pro athletes and their wives (August); and the previously announced “Daytime Divas” (June 5).