BY Joseph Braun
“Queer Eye,” the popular Netflix show, returned for its third season on March 15. The show focuses on the “Fab Five,” made up of Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Karamo Brown, and Bobby Berk.
The group announced the return of their show with a release date and trailer video that they shared on Feb. 15 to their nearly 1.3 million Instagram followers.
With each man being an expert in their own craft, they accept the responsibilities for going in and restoring the style, confidence, fashion, interior design, and culture of the average (often) straight man.
Each character of the “Fab Five” has their own unique personality that sets them apart from the others. These personalities blend together to achieve the rescue of someone who is culturally and stylistically lost.
“Van Ness is a true queen. He is very emotional and truly wants all of his clients to feel their best. You can tell he loves what he does and is very passionate about making people fall in love with who they see in the mirror,” said junior Emma Stent.
The gang picks a different location to shoot for during each season.
In search of people that are in need of a makeover, for their third season, the “Fab Five” took their talents from Atlanta to Kansas City, Miss.
Students are happy to hear that Netflix has released the new season.
“I’m excited for season three because I want to see what new things they come up with, and the new people they are going to help,” said sophomore Denice Brito. “The show is also unique because it breaks male stigma and their assumed masculinity.”
The show has had great success prior to its season three launch.
With great reviews for season three, it’s clear to see that Queer Eye shows no signs of slowing down.
“This show is binge-worthy. Before you know it, you will have finished a season and you will have laughed for hours straight. This series is definitely worth the watch,” said Stent.
Queer Eye season three episodes are now available for streaming on Netflix.