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If you’re anything like me, you had a hard time not plowing through all eight episodes of Netflix ‘s Queer Eye reboot in one sitting.
We need more deeply human transformations masquerading as fun and frisky makeovers!
The new Fab Five ( Jonathan Van Ness on grooming, Karamo Brown on culture, Tan France on style, Bobby Berk on interior design, and Antoni Porowski on food) has dynamite chemistry and each bring something totally unique to the table.
If Netflix wants to get a foothold in the reality genre, I’d say Queer Eye is their best bet (and so far, critics agree ).
The first season shot over the summer of 2017 and was released in February 2018, meaning there’s about a six-month turnaround time (although that could be tightened should the show prove to be a hit and Netflix want to get more episodes out there; it’s not like this show has a crazy amount of special effects that need to be added in post).
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