Queer Eye for the Straight Guy originally premiered on Bravo back in 2003. The show boasted a team of gay men who were experts in fashion, grooming, style, design, and culture, known collectively as the Fab Five. Each episode, the Fab Five would makeover a man, typically a straight one, and help them get their lives together. A surprise success, the show eventually shorted its moniker to Queer Eye and included makeovers for all! And now, thanks to Netflix, Queer Eye is back for a new generation! This Queer Eye is led by the new Fab Five dream team of Karamo Brown, culture; Tan France, style; Bobby Berk, design; Jonathan Van Ness, grooming; and Antoni Porowski, food. The new iteration truly lives up to the original series and reinforces love and acceptance during a difficult time in America.
Watch my review of Netflix’s Queer Eye season one, below: