Netflix's Queer Eye is back with its season 2 trailer and it's sure to bring on some ugly crying
The trailer uncovers bits and pieces of the journey the 'Fab Five' seems to have embarked upon - uplifting discussions, some spanking and lots of tears.
They're here, they're queer and they are back with lots and lots of tears!
A brand new trailer for Queer Eye's season two was released by Netflix and it's not just some kind of wonderful. It's all kinds of wonderful, thanks to Tan France, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk. Be prepared to go on an emotional rollercoaster. Actually, scratch that. Season 2 of Queer Eye seems to hold so much more than the first season's promised aftermath.
This time, the group of five help a woman and a trans man go through an emotional transformation, but that's not just where it stops. They also seem to help a guy pull off a super cinematic and filmy grand gesture of a public proposal!
The trailer uncovers bits and pieces of the journey the 'Fab Five' seems to have embarked upon - full of uplifting discussions, a little spanking here and there, and of course - lots and lots of happy, but ugly crying. Here's hoping for another season full of wholesome transformations, with fans falling in love with the couples that appear on the show.
But this season is also special and quite striking in terms of the straight woman and the trans-man that the Fab Five are giving a makeover to - something that has never been done on the show before. This goes on to show that not only have they tweaked the complete formula of the show, but they are reaching out and showing a wider range of acceptance than the old "Fab Five" from the original Bravo series did.
The Bravo Five were mostly a comedic bunch playing on the cultural gap between the queers and the straights; in that, they would impose their sense of style upon the people they are transforming. The new Fab Five is a bit more sensitive when it comes to that. Like when it comes to the trans man they are transforming this season, they seem to tread on topics with a lot more sensitivity and caution. And they sure are more personally involved with each subject!
Viewers can tell that a bunch of all kinds of emotions are a given this new season because the trailer itself ends with interstitial cards saying “I’m not crying / you’re crying"! The show's in general vibe of this pure, unbridled positivity is what has helped it uphold its popularity all along.
Be it grooming expert Jonathan's firm faith in every man being just a good shave away from being sexy, or Antoni choosing the simplest of delicious recipes that will be a joyride for even the most inefficient cook - there is love, acceptance and a deep consideration for the past that the queer community has endured in general.
Yet Season 2 is more than just that. There's a lot of tough love this time too, with Tan France hauling one of their subjects to the gym, despite getting him new clothes. The new Fab Five isn't giving them new compensations to look good and washing their hands off it. They are investing themselves in the process in the hopes of bringing about a more pivotal change.