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Tan France talks about the new season of "Queer Eye," his new shows "Dressing Funny" and "Next in Fashion," plus his work in Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" video.
Queer Eye is turning back the clock in Season 4, sending one of the Fab Five to his hometown for a well-deserved makeover and an emotional reunion. Netflix on Monday released the official trailer for the new season, in which Jonathan Van Ness — with Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk in […]
Your eyes are not deceiving you: William from “Queer Eye” Season 2, Episode 2 is in “Stranger Things 3.” A bunch of times, apparently.William Mahnken is a “Queer Eye” fan-favorite, having appeared in 2018 episode “A Decent Proposal.” The Fab Five really helped him out last June. Here is that episode’s logline: A scraggly film buff reboots his life — and his non-existent grooming habits — to give his girlfriend an award-worthy marriage proposal.And here is Mahnken, who on Twitter identifies himself as a screenwriter, actor, husband, father and Uber driver, sharing a shot of himself from the season premiere of “Stranger Things” Season 3:The @QueerEye / @Stranger_Things crossover you all have been looking for!!! William from Queer Eye Season 2 “A Decent Proposal” pic.twitter.com/bmYryCoX2k— William Mahnken (@SilverLimePhoto) July 4, 2019Also Read: Netflix to Cut Down on Cigarette Scenes After Report Says 'Stranger Things' Has a Smoking ProblemThere’s plenty more William where that came from. Mahnken says he can be found nine times in “Stranger Things.”Here’s a second shot:I can be found 9 times in @Stranger_Things Can you find them all? challenge StrangersThings3 pic.twitter.com/iD3w7ST53h— William Mahnken (@SilverLimePhoto) July 6, 2019Yeah, he’s the not-kid.Also Read: What to Watch on 4th of July Weekend: A TV Viewing GuideAnd a third:Who caught Shannan from @QueerEye looking lovingly at @DavidKHarbour on our date in the second episode of @Stranger_Things? (@SilverLimePhoto @Treeandshield StrangersThings3 pic.twitter.com/hAIMPkD1Sq— William Mahnken (@SilverLimePhoto) July 5, 2019Yes, that’s Shannan with him. She’s the woman William proposed to on “Queen Eye. They’re married now, and we couldn’t be happier.the guy william from queer eye is in the first new episode of stranger things . pic.twitter.com/F6vWufj1sR— santana (@juxtajoon) July 5, 2019Handsome devil.“Stranger Things 3” debuted in its entirety on Thursday.Read original story Yes, That’s William From ‘Queer Eye’ Season 2 in ‘Stranger Things 3’ At TheWrap
“Queer Eye” fans, rejoice!Netflix announced Tuesday that it has renewed the hit makeover series for both a fourth and fifth season, with Season 4 coming just a month from now on July 19. The streamer also announced that for Season 5, the Fab Five is headed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Production on the Philly-set Season 5 begins June 24, with the premiere slated for sometime in 2020. Season 4 continues from Season 3, taking place in Kansas City, Missouri.Also Read: 'Queer Eye,' 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' James Corden Win at First Critics' Choice Real TV AwardsThe rebooted series features Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), Karamo Brown (Culture) and Tan France (Fashion).In January, Netflix announced a four-episode special called “Queer Eye: We’re In Japan!” which will see the boys working with local tastemakers to improve the lives of four Japanese men and women from different backgrounds and cultures, while learning and experiencing local cuisine, fashion, design, grooming and culture firsthand. No date has been set for “Queer Eye: We’re In Japan!” though it is expected to premiere sometime in 2019.“Queer Eye” is executive produced by David Collins, Michael Williams and Rob Eric for Scout Productions. Jennifer Lane serves as showrunner and executive producer. David George, Adam Sher, David Eilenberg and Jordana Hochman executive produce for ITV Entertainment.Watch the teaser below.Have you missed us? (We missed you too. ??’?) We’re back in Kansas City for Season 4, July 19. ???????? pic.twitter.com/6H0eIwLg8i– Queer Eye (@QueerEye) June 18, 2019Read original story ‘Queer Eye’ Renewed for 2 More Seasons, Season 5 Heading to Philadelphia At TheWrap