Netflix's Queer Eye set to bless fans with season three in a new city!
Queer Eye season 2 is now streaming on Netflix; the show also bagged four Emmy Nominations. Season three is most probably set to premiere in 2019.
Are you feeling some major Queer Eye withdrawals? Fear not, for the boys are going to be back, very soon! Netflix has just announced the third season for its extremely popular reality-makeover show, Queer Eye, and for good reason. Like, who could stay parted from the Fab 5 for that long? Production is set to begin on July 16 in Kansas City, Missouri! That's right, the boys are changing location this time but we sure hope nothing else changes because, hello - they are perfect.
But what's even more perfect... and very reassuring too is that each member of the Fab 5 is set to return for what already feels like a dramatic, blissful, ugly tears-inducing season three! Aka in classic Queer Eye style - "I'm not crying, you're crying!"
And you should be, because stars of the show, aka our brilliant five men in the form of Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, and Antoni Porowski, all had previously weighed in on how much they would like to branch out the show and explore the future of it in terms of spreading to towns even smaller than the ones around Atlanta, Georgia, which they were seen to frequent in the last two seasons.
"The thing is that we had a great time in Georgia, to shoot the episodes and meet the Heroes here. But the thing is our Instagrams and DMs get lit from people around the world that are just like, 'Can you come to my city? Can you come to my town? Can you come to my country?' And my hope is that we can just continue to go from city to city—," Brown had told E! News, with France adding, "Country to country."
But the fab five haven't been all that restricted either when it comes to traveling for their show, even though the said travel was on just a surprise extra episode. Our queens from Queer Eye had decided to bless us with the extra episode alongside season two, where they traveled all the way to Yass, Australia. 'Yass, queen!'-much?
But that very episode only got so much better as they made over a farmer called George, and along with him, a local pub too! And it only goes out to prove that it doesn't matter which part of the planet our five queer queens are, they can take on any challenge and help them evolve their life completely!
As for now, the new season is scheduled to have eight episodes of course. And in other grand news, Queer Eye was also recently nominated for four Emmys this year in the categories of Structured Reality Program, Casting, Picture Editing and Cinematography.
It's been quite the year for Queer Eye indeed and for those who haven't witnessed the bliss that is the show yet, Queer Eye season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix!