First Trailer For ‘Queer Eye’ Season Three Released

Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, and Bobby Berk in Queer Eye (2018). Courtesy of IMDb.

It has only been a bit over a year since the first season of Queer Eye premiered on Netflix, finding a constantly expanding fan base and bringing happiness, joy and lots of avocados into the lives of people all around the world. Since then, the show has had a second season, several mini-episodes and the Fab Five have had opportunities ranging from book-deals, podcasts to live tours. Recently, they even went to Japan to film even more new episodes.

On March 15, the third full season of Queer Eye will premiere on Netflix and the first trailer dropped today, promising another collection of episodes with a variety of people whose lives need a little more sparkle. The trailer already promises a journey of emotions, tears, happiness and killer outfits. Moreover, this season will see some candidates whose minorities or age groups have not been represented on the show yet. In the preview, there is a young, black woman identifying as a lesbian, and the Fab Five also promises their first ever “duo makeover”.

Queer Eye has always been so much more than a makeover show; in its first incarnation, it was the show that brought awareness and acceptance and now it’s a way to show how much further we as a society still have to go from acceptance to equality. Queer Eye is inspirational, moving and – to stay in the Netflix lingo – definitely sparks joy.

From March 15, get ready to have your life be made a little more fabulous. And if you haven’t watched the first two seasons already, now is the perfect time for a feel-good binge-watch. Definitely get some tissues. And avocados.

Check out the trailer for Queer Eye season three below:

 

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Conny

Conny joined her first fandom at the tender age of three and somehow never stopped finding new things to obsess about and love. Her current love is everything Marvel, especially two characters who tend to be frozen at one point or the other. From Drag Race to Harry Potter or musical theatre, as long as it makes her smile (or cry), it’s probably her thing.

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