Queer Eye Season 4 Releases On Netflix
Try Not To Cry, Try Not To Lose It
The Fab Five are back with a brand new season of Queer Eye on Netflix. Catch Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness in action. Queer Eye Season 4 is out on Netflix and consists of 8 amazing episodes. The series has proved to be the most moving reality show with 4 seasons in just 2 years. Don’t forget that special episode shot in Yass, Australia. Just like the previous seasons, The Fab Five want you to try not to cry, try not to lose it while watching Queer Eye.
Try not to cry. Try not to lose it.🤧 Season 4 arrives July 19!🌈 pic.twitter.com/TVcpepmJRw
— Queer Eye (@QueerEye) July 8, 2019
Queer Eye Season 4 Brings More Transformations
In the first episode of “Without Further Ado”, Jonathan Van Ness visits his high school in his hometown. The mission is to transform his music teacher Kathi Dooley with the same fiery red mullet from last 30 years. It is a very emotional episode for Jonathan Van Ness because the school brought back memories of a time when he was bullied. Dooley was there for him at that time and now he wanted to give back the love he got from her.
The other transformations include a paralyzed former bad guy, a single larger-than-life father, a drill team-leader, a lonely bachelor, an arts advocate, an ex-soldier and a recently divorced farmer. Get a glimpse of these inspiring people below.
Season 4 is only 9 days away and we CANNOT WAIT to introduce you to these inspiring people. 🥰🤗✨ pic.twitter.com/2QiCqatnBB
— Queer Eye (@QueerEye) July 10, 2019
Queer Eye Emmy Nominations
Due to their remarkable transformations and best content, Queer Eye has won 6 Emmy nominations this year. Queer Eye has been nominated for Outstanding Structured Reality Program & Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program. The other nominations include
- For the “Jones Bar-B-Q” episode: Outstanding Production Design For a Variety, Reality or Competition Series
- “God Bless Gay” episode: Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program
- Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program
- Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program (“Black Girl Magic,” episode directed by Hisham Abed).
— Queer Eye (@QueerEye) July 16, 2019
Queer Eye nailed three Emmys last year for categories Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured or Competition Reality Program.