Queer Eye, created by David Collins and Michael Williams, is an American reality Television series. The series was initially released on July 15, 2003. The real title was ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.’
The story features a group of gay; they are somehow famous in their respective fields, like Fashion, Interior Designing, Personal grooming, Culture, and Entertaining. They are also known as ‘Fab Five’ performing a makeover.
The series won Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program in 2004. Due to sexual orientation, the name of the series was abbreviated to Queer Eye in the third season.
The production of the film was ended in June 2006, and the last episode was released on October 30, 2007. In 2018, Netflix reboot and released its first season with new Fab Five, and hence the reviews were festive.
The ‘Fab Five’
- Kyan Douglas as Grooming Guru
- Thom Filicia as Design Doctor
- Ted Allen as Food and Wine Connoisseur
- Jai Rodriguez as Culture Vulture
- Carson Kressley as Fashion Savant
In the first section of the series, the Fab Five was going to their client’s home. They go through his wardrobe, his family members, his belongings, cleanliness, and home decor. After their research, Ted shows him how to prepare a particular dish. Kyan takes the client for a spa and a new hairstyle.
Season-5 of Queer Eye | Release Date and Cast
In July 2019, Netflix gave the series green light to go for the season five. The production of the film was completed earlier. The release date for the fifth season of Queer Eye is June 5, 2020. Season five contains ten episodes, and is set in Philadelphia.
There is no official trailer for season five yet although there are fan-made trailers on youtube.
Cast of Season-5
- Tan France as Fashion Expert
- Karamo Brown as Culture Expert
- Bobby Berk as Design Expert
- Jonathan Van Ness as Grooming Expert
- Antony Porowski as Food and Wine Expert