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This Is What The Original Cast of Queer Eye Has Been Up To

When the makeover show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premiered on Bravo in 2003, it was an instant hit, earning an Emmy in 2004 for outstanding reality show and cementing the network as power player in the world of reality TV. Queer...Show More Summary

The Realest Conversation About Police Brutality Happened on a Makeover Show

There's a certain vibe that's built into the DNA of all makeover shows -- even one as cultural significant as Queer Eye For The Straight Guy-- that sings with the type of undefeatable optimism can only come from an army of professionals who specialize in happy endings. Show More Summary

Queer Eye Recap: For the Straight Guy?

Like you probably did, I came to Queer Eye to hear gay quips, make fun of schlubby straight dudes, and complain about how Karamo’s job is totally stupid. I did not come to Queer Eye for water to shoot out of my eyes like they’re the fountain in front of ... More »

Queer Eye (2018)

The world has changed a lot since 2003 when Queer Eye first aired on television. Originally known as Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, the show shortened its title in order to appeal to a wider audience and subject matter. After the series cancellation in 2007, the show returns eleven years later, but this time [...] The post Queer Eye (2018) appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Queer Eye’ is Back, but Different. And That is Just Fab

A full 15 years since Queer Eye for the Straight Guy first blew up on Bravo, the show is making its return with some subtle but appreciated changes. The post ‘Queer Eye’ is Back, but Different. And That is Just Fab appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Netflix's 'Queer Eye' reboot is all about empathy at a time when we really need it

When Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premiered in 2003, in the middle of another contentious Republican presidency, being gay in America didn't look like it does today. Straight actors played gay characters in mainstream shows like Will and Grace and Queer as Folk. Show More Summary

Laughter and tears mark the solid Netflix reboot of 'Queer Eye' for a new generation

The latest old show to be resurrected for a new generation is Bravo's Emmy-winning "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," later, and presently, just "Queer Eye." The series took off from the premise that (some) gay men might have something to teach (certain) straight people about self-presentation and...

Queer Eye Premiere Recap: The New Fab Five

The original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy was a Reality TV 1.0 success where five gay men proved that they were worth being accepted because they could come into any straight person’s life, spout some catchphrases and creativity, and leave it better than they found it. It was activism ... More »

Queer Eyefor the Woke Guy: Netflix’s Reboot Struggles to Be Fabulous

Carin Baer/Netflix There’s not a gay man over 30 who doesn’t have complicated feelings about Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. So the Netflix reboot, streaming starting Wednesday, arrives with heavy baggage—and not of the designer kind that Carson Kressley may have picked out. Show More Summary

Queer Eye: Meet the Fab 5 Hosting Netflix's Reboot

Netflix is reviving the popular Bravo makeover show Queer Eye For the Straight Guy (shortened to Queer Eye in the original third season because the makeover subjects began to include women and homosexual men). The revival is using the...Show More Summary

Queer Eye Stars on Reboot Pressures, the OG Fab Five and the Show's Enduring Legacy

Netflix's Queer Eye is taking everything you love about the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, aside from the OG Fab Five, and putting a fresh polish on it for 2018--and that's a...

Queer Eye Gets a Netflix Makeover (and It Still Works, Honey)

When Queer Eye for the Straight Guy debuted on Bravo in 2003, the term “metrosexual” was still in regular rotation and the Supreme Court was more than a decade away from legalizing same-sex marriage. Back then, the idea that straight men would invite five gay dudes, each an expert in ... More »

Netflix’s New Fab Five on Why It’s Important to Bring Back Queer Eye

This Wednesday, Netflix will bring back Queer Eye, a newly rebooted version of the reality-TV classic Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, with a new set of experts hell-bent on making straight men (and, in this case, everyone else) as fabulous as possible. In advance of the series premiere, Vulture ... More »

'Queer Eye': Original Fab Five Meets Netflix's New Reboot Cast - Watch Here!

Netflix is bringing back Queer Eye, a newly rebooted version of the reality-TV classic Queer Eye for the Straight Guy! In celebration, the original cast – Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez – and the Queer Eye New Fab 5 – Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), [...]

Queer Eye’ Trailer: The Netflix Reboot Comes In With Style And Social Awareness

The first trailer for Queer Eye For The Straight Guy starts with flashes of the new Fab Five and with a voiceover that says “The original show was fighting for tolerance. Our show is fighting for acceptance.” The preview of Netflix’s...Show More Summary

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ Returns to Make America Fabulous Again

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Netflix is bringing back one of TV’s most fabulous teams of gay men. Queer Eye for the Straight Guy will return this February with a brand-new Fab Five ready to “Make America Fabulous Again,” one heterosexual person at a time. A trailer...Show More Summary

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ Returns to Make America Fabulous Again

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

The Fab Five are back and ready to use their exceptional makeover skills to help turn “the red states pink.”

We Just Want To Be Loved Trailer: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy!

Netflix is bringing back Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and the updated Queer Eye guys not that the original was gays fighting for tolerance but the new show is gays fighting for acceptance. Plus, turning fashion-unaware straight guys into dapper, new selves without sacrificing their comfort zones. Show More Summary

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