Netflix is gearing up to launch its Queer Eye reboot, arriving Feb 7. It’s been fifteen years since the Emmy-winning series made its mark on pop culture and now it’s back with a new Fab Five.
The new cast features Antoni Porowski, specializing in food and drinks; Bobby Berk, focusing on interior design; Karamo Brown, engaging the show’s subjects in important cultural conversations; Jonathan Van Ness, tackling grooming; and Tan France, the group’s wardrobe wizard. Across the eight episodes, our new heroes makeover everyone from a Trump-supporting police officer to a closeted leather daddy (notice they’ve dropped the For The Straight Guy suffix from the series’ title).
The show’s creator David Collins explained to Billboard about how moving to a streaming platform transformed the tone of the show: “By being on Netflix we’re able to tell more unique stories and viewers will get to know both the new Fab Five and our heroes at a much deeper level. This is all reflected in the overall storytelling of the series.”
Check out the show’s new trailer and poster below.