While there are many reality shows available on Netflix, not one comes close to Queer Eye. Apart from giving makeovers, Fab 5 also teaches us acceptance, generosity, and love for humankind. After four successful seasons, Queer Eye season 5 is all set to release.
After shooting three seasons in the USA, Fab 5 went to Japan for season four
Created by David Collins, Queer Eye features interesting makeovers and help make connections between families. With the help of Fab 5, people are able to see beyond their comfort zone and accept themselves for who they are. Throughout the show, Fab 5 share their own life stories and struggles to motivate others. Tan France, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness are the superheroes without capes. Recently, the release date of Queer Eye season 5 was revealed.
In an interview, Antoni Porowski talked about Queer Eye season 5
On Scott Tweedie’s Instagram series, happE! Hour, Porowski revealed some details about Queer Eye season 5. For the first time, the fifth season will have ten episodes, making it the longest season so far. While talking about Queer Eye season 5, Antoni Porowski said:
“I literally found out about it just before everyone else did! They don’t tell us anything. I have a theory that they tell the other four boys before me, because I’m really bad at keeping secrets. I always get in trouble about saying things I’m not supposed to be saying. So, I feel like they knew way before I did.”
He also expressed his excitement about shooting the season in Philadelphia and said:
“When we were in Atlanta, it was a very cosmopolitan center, but we really filmed on the outskirts, in the smaller areas around. In Kansas City, also quite cosmopolitan, we were in the outskirts. With Philly, although we did go on the outskirts, we did a lot of proper downtown…sort of, showing that experience. And Philly’s an incredibly diverse city.”
Queer Eye season 5 will release on June 5th. It could not have come at a better time when we are in quarantine and really need some wholesomeness.