'Queer Eye' Season 6: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix show

The sixth outing of the 'Fab Five' is already in order and will see them heading out to Texas

                            'Queer Eye' Season 6: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix show
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Season 5 of 'Queer Eye' just released last week on Netflix. If you are someone who already finished watching all the episodes from the recent installment and are wondering when will the next one be out, fret not. On March 11 this year, Netflix had announced that Season 6 of the show was already under production and will be shot in Texas. An announcement from Netflix noted that the Fab Five will "scour the prairie in a search for a whole new roster of heroes in need of a little TLC." Continue reading below to know everything about Season 6 of the show. 

Release date

There is no official announcement from the streaming giant yet as far as the date of release of Season 6 is concerned. The filming of the season was halted after the world came to an abrupt halt following the global pandemic. Things are starting to go back to normal now and with business back to usual, Netflix might announce the dates soon. Check this space for more updates. 


The show is a reboot of Bravo's 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' that began airing in the early years of the Millenium. 'Queer Eye' revolves around five men who help "heroes" with a makeover on the show. Branded as the 'Fab Five', these men go around spreading their magic and help transform lives with their area of expertise. 

Tan France is the fashion guru who makes sure to help people pick out outfits reflective of their true personality while Jonathan Van Ness takes care of grooming. Bobby Berk helps with the home makeovers, ensuring that his designs bring joy while Antoni Porowski helps people connect with themselves and people close to them with food. Karamo Brown helps with counseling and helping people let go of all the past hurt and built-up tensions. 

The therapy element of the show is the one that sets it apart from the rest of the makeover shows on air. All five of them are personally invested in the makeover and while they provide a third-person perspective and advice, they make sure that they're proving to be helpful and are as comforting as they can be while doing so. 


Tan France 

Tan France attends the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 22, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

Tanveer Wasim aka Tan France is an English fashion designer and television personality. He helps the men and women taking part in the makeover process with a complete wardrobe transformation. Other shows that he's a part of include web-series 'Dressing Funny' and 'Next in Fashion'.
Jonathan Van Ness

Jonathan Van Ness attends the 2019 Netflix Creative Arts Emmy After Party at Hotel Figueroa on September 15, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

Jonathan Van Ness dons one too many hats. He's a hairdresser, a podcaster and a TV personality. Apart from grooming people on 'Queer Eye' and helping them feel good about themselves, people also might know him from his parody web series 'Gay of Thrones' wherein he would break down GOT's episodes in the most hilarious fashion. He also hosts the 'Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness podcast'.

Bobby Berk 

Bobby Berk attends the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on March 28, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California (Getty Images)

Bobby Berk is an interior designer by profession and he helps transform homes in a way that reflects the personalities of the people participating in the makeover process. 

Antoni Porowski

Antoni Porowski attends the CFDA Fashion Awards at the Brooklyn Museum of Art on June 03, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)

Canadian TV personality, actor, chef, and model, Antoni Porowski is the food and wine expert on the show. He teaches people to follow healthy eating habits and entertain guests.  

Karamo Brown 

Karamo Brown attends the FYC Event of Netflix's 'Queer Eye' at Raleigh Studios on May 16, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

Karamo is a culture expert on the show offering personal branding and career advice. 'Queer Eye' is not his first show, Brown has been a host and segment producer for the OWN Show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, a cast member on TV One’s hit docu-series #TheNext15 and the host of MTV’s 'Are You The One: Second Chances'.


David Collins, Michael Williams, and Rob Eric attend the premiere of Netflix's "Queer Eye" Season 1 at Pacific Design Center on February 7, 2018 in West Hollywood, California (Getty Images)

Queer Eye is executive produced by David Collins, Michael Williams and Rob Eric for Scout Productions. Jennifer Lane serves as the showrunner and executive producer. David George, Adam Sher, David Eilenberg, Jordana Hochman, and Mark Bracero serve as executive producers for ITV Entertainment.

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'. 


There is no trailer yet for Season 6. Check this space for more updates. 

Where to watch

Like all of it's previous seasons, the new and upcoming Season 6 of 'Queer Eye' will be available to stream only on Netflix. 

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