Queer Eye (TV show, 2018)
|German title||Queer Eye|
|Original title||Queer Eye|
|Country of production||United States|
|Year (s)||since 2018|
|Episodes||33 in 4 seasons|
|Theme music||All Things (Just Keep Getting Better)|
|Initial release||February 7, 2018 on Netflix|
First publication in German
|February 7, 2018 on Netflix|
Queer Eye (German roughly “the queer eye”, “the queer look”) is an American reality TV show that started on February 7, 2018 on the video-on-demand provider Netflix . The series is a new edition of the television program of the same name (2003-2007) by the broadcaster Bravo , in which five queer experts (the so-called Fab Five , short for Fabulous Five - the "Fabulous Five") people on everyday issues of fashion, lifestyle and related topics to advise. The Fab Five include: Antoni Porowski , an expert on food and wine; Tan France , the fashion expert; Karamo Brown as an expert on culture and self-image; Bobby Berk , the design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, the maintenance expert.
The episodes of the reality series always follow a similar pattern. The Fab Five receive a summary of a person who will accompany and advise them for a week in various areas of life (food and wine; fashion; culture; living; care). The Fab Five spend significantly more time with the candidates than in the original show, which should ensure a more intensive relationship. Although it is primarily about visual changes such as a new haircut or buying new items of clothing, deeper topics such as the appreciation of a candidate for himself or general social problems such as racism or homophobia are regularly addressed. The candidates are called Heroes . If there were only male heroes in the first season , an episode followed in the second season and several episodes with female heroes in the third season .
The first and second episodes were filmed in Atlanta , Georgia , although producer David Collins had planned the Ohio area as the location for the second season . The five main actors were selected in a casting in Los Angeles by a production team led by producer David Collins. Seasons 3 and 4 were filmed in and around Kansas City , Missouri . "Queer Eye - We're in Japan!" Was filmed in and around Tokyo , with Philadelphia , Pennsylvania being the location for season 5 . Season 6 will be filmed in Texas .
All four seasons have eight episodes each. In addition, there was an episode that was released off-season and in which the Fab Five were active in the Australian outback . Season two had its own subtitle: Queer Eye - More than a makeover. The fourth season was published on July 19 on Netflix, on November 1, 2019 the spin-off "Queer Eye - We're in Japan!" Was published. Season 5 was released on June 5, 2020. Netflix announced in March 2020 that there will be a 6th season.
|Season||episode||German title||Original title||Hero)||Initial release|
|1||1||There is no medicine against ugliness||"You Can't Fix Ugly"||Tom||February 7, 2018|
|2||Save Bigfoot||"Saving Sasquatch"||Neal|
|3||At some point every party is over||"Dega Don't"||Cory|
|4th||Gay or not gay||"To Gay or Not Too Gay"||AJ|
|5||Camp rules||"Camp Rules"||Bobby|
|6th||The renaissance of Remington||"The Renaissance Of Remington"||Remington|
|7th||Below average||"Below Average Joe"||Joe|
|8th||Camaraderie among firefighters||"Pants Before Bros"||Jeremy|
|2||9||God bless gay||"God Bless Gay"||Tammye||June 15, 2018|
|10||A proposal||"A Decent Proposal"||William|
|11||Sexy beast||"Unleash The Sexy Beast"||Leo|
|12||Craftsmen can do everything||"The Handyman Can"||Jason|
|13||Everything is possible||"Sky's The Limit"||Skyler|
|14th||Little big lies||"Big Little Lies"||Arian|
|16||Make Ted Great Again||"Make Ted Great Again"||Ted|
|Special||17th||Yass, Australia||"Yass, Australia!"||George||June 21, 2018|
|3||18th||From the hunter to the hunted||"From Hunter To Huntee"||Jody||15th March 2019|
|19th||The rebel||"Lost Boy"||Joey|
|20th||Jones Bar-BQ||"Jones Bar-BQ"||Deborah aka "Little" and Mary aka "Shorty"|
|21st||When Robert met Jamie||"When Robert Met Jamie"||Robert|
|22nd||Black Girl Magic||"Black Girl Magic"||Jess|
|23||Elrod and Sons||"Elrod & Sons"||Rob|
|24||From sloth to wow animal||"Sloth To Slay"||Thomas|
|25th||Baby on the go||"Baby On Board"||Tony|
|4th||26th||The selfless teacher||"Without Further Ado"||Kathi||19th July 2019|
|27||Disabled but Not Really||"Disabled but Not Really"||Wesley|
|28||The listless stoner||"Stoner Skates By"||John|
|29||A new beginning for Wanda||"How Wanda Got Her Groove Back"||Wanda|
|30th||Mole Kenny||"On Golden Kenny"||Kenny|
|31||The story of two cultures||"A Tale of Two Cultures"||Deanna|
|32||A soldier returns home||"Soldier Returns Home"||Brandonn|
|33||The modern farmer||"Farm to Able"||Frosted|
|We're in Japan!||34||A heart and a crown in Japanese||"Japanese Holiday"||Yoko||1st November 2019|
|35||Crazy in Love||"Crazy in Love"||Can|
|36||The ideal woman||"The Ideal Woman"||Kae|
|37||The revival of romance||"Bringing Sexy Back"||Makoto|
|5||38||Preaching Out Loud||"Preaching Out Loud"||Noah||5th June 2020|
|39||Groomer Has It||"Groomer Has It"||Rahanna|
|40||Father of the Bride||"Father Of The Bride"||Kevin|
|41||The North Philadelphia Story||"The North Philadelphia Story"||Tyreek|
|42||The Anxious Activist||"The Anxious Activist"||Abby|
|43||DJ's on repeat||"DJ's On Repeat"||Ryan|
|44||Silver Lining Sweeney||"Silver Lining Sweeney"||Jennifer|
|45||Father Knows Fish||"Father Knows Fish"||Marcos|
|46||Paging Dr. Yi||"Paging Dr. Yi "||Lilly|
|47||Body rock or bust||"Body Rock Or Bust"||Nate|
- Queer Eye in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Official website at Netflix
- Gay Eye at rotten tomatoes (English)
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- How fab is this? 'Queer Eye' sets another season in Kansas City. In: KansasCity.com. June 18, 2019, Retrieved June 20, 2019 (American English).
- Queer Eye on Instagram: “Grab a Texas-sized box of tissues y'all because the Fab 5 just arrived in the Lone Star State to film Queer Eye Season 6! ?? (oh and PS ... “ Retrieved June 9, 2020 .
- Queer Eye on Instagram: “Have you missed us? (We missed you too. ?) We're back in Kansas City for Season 4, July 19. ?? “. June 19, 2019. Retrieved June 20, 2019 (American English).
- Queer Eye: We're in Japan! Netflix Media Center, accessed February 23, 2020 .
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