Netflix's 'Queer Eye' Season 4: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything else about the show with the Fab Five
Are you ready to drown yourself in tissues and ice-cream? Because 'Queer Eye' is going to be back for its fourth season and you're going to find yourself crying happy tears throughout. The Fab Five — Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Bobby Berk, Antoni Porowski, and Karamo Brown — will be gracing our Netflix screens with season 4. After completing two successful seasons in Atlanta, and the third season in the Midwest to Kansas City, Missouri, the Fab Five now are back for a fourth season and we can't keep calm.
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'Queer Eye' season 4 is set to release on July 19.
Inspired by the early 2000's Bravo series 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy', 'Queer Eye' features the Fab Five - Porowski (food and wine expert), France (fashion expert), Brown (culture expert), Berk (design expert), and Van Ness (grooming expert). In each episode, the Fab Five offer their expert advice and help their heroes refine their wardrobe, way of grooming, diet, cultural behavior and courtship, and home decor.
In season 3, we saw the Fab Five come across a bunch of firsts and that included a chance of them changing the life of a lesbian. Though the previous seasons showcased more men. But in the third season, the ratio between men and women were even. More details on season 4 are yet to be revealed.
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Porowski is the food expert on the series. He teaches the people, whose lives they makeover, to cook and how to live a healthy lifestyle by eating food that is healthy and tasty. Porowski is an Emmy Award-winning reality TV personality. He is also an actor, chef and model.
France is the style expert on 'Queer Eye.' He is in charge of the wardrobe transformations of the people who take part in the makeover process. France is a fashion designer and TV personality. In Queer Eye, France manages to revamp their wardrobes with some well-tailored clothes.
'Queer Eye' is not the first time we have come across Karamo Brown. He previously appeared on MTV's 'The Real World: Philadelphia' in 2004. In 'Queer Eye' he is the culture expert. He helps the people receiving a makeover enhance their lives socially and romantically.
Bobby Berk is the resident design expert on the series. As an expert in interior designing, he undertakes the process of revamping the homes of people taking part in 'Queer Eye'. His designing is done in a way that reflects the personalities of the people who own it.
Jonathan Van Ness
Jonathan Van Ness is the grooming expert on 'Queer Eye'. He takes care of improving the hair and skincare of the subjects. But there is nothing better than his own grooming style. You cannot go a single episode without wondering what his routine is. He helps the subjects look good on the outside so they can feel better about themselves inside.
David Collins is the creator of 'Queer Eye'. Collins is a three-time Emmy Award-winning producer and co-owner of Scout Productions. He is the creator of the early 2000's Bravo series 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy', and its current reboot 'Queer Eye'. Collins is also the executive producer for 'Blank Wall Overhaul' and 'Big Ideas for a Small Planet.'
Recently, the series released the official trailer, which left everyone emotional and waiting impatiently for the series to premiere on Netflix. Apart from getting a glimpse of the very first lesbian makeover, we also get to witness the Fab Five take on their first ever duo. In the trailer, we can see Porowski yell, "Holy s**t!" after he takes a look at one of the transformations. We also get to see Berk scream "Holy f**k" after he takes a look at another transformation.
The trailer also features a man who has turned to alcohol and who feels he is running out of options. And, we see a woman who revealed she stopped caring for herself after she lost her brother in a car accident.
Grab yourself a carton full of tissues cause you'll be needing it for season 4 of 'Queer Eye'. In the recently released trailer, the Fab 5 are back to make-better and transform heroes. This season the Fab 5 make their way to Johnathan's high school where they help and transform his former orchestra teacher, Kathi Dooley. The trailer also discloses one hero who says he has never had a conversation with a gay person before. Apart from these two heroes, the trailer also focuses on a blonde woman who has not changed her hairstyle since the '90s and uses too much hairspray.
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