A Cultural Phenomenon
Netflix's Queer Eye has become a cultural phenomenon over the course of three lovely seasons, with the new Fab Five spreading kindness, self care, and compassion to people who just need someone to believe in them.
Whether they're getting skincare advice from Jonathan or learning how to cook easy, delicious meals fro Antoni, Queer Eye's "heroes" learn how to take better care of themselves over the course of a week. If you're looking to cry and feel uplifted at the same time, Queer Eye is for you.
They're Going To Japan!
A mini season special is dropping on November 1st for Queer Eye: We're In Japan! The Fab Five is bringing their special brand of sunny optimism to Tokyo, proving that self-care is truly international.
The Core Ethos Remains The Same
Queer Eye may have an all-new location for these new episodes, but the core ethos of the show remains the same: connecting with people, changing lives, and healing hurts. There are some things that translate from culture to culture, and being seen and understood is simply a universal concept.
Featuring special guests, delicious food, and a beautiful location in Tokyo, this Queer Eye special is not to be missed.