The Fab Five are back for a seventh season of Queer Eye, and this time they’re visiting the city of New Orleans. Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness take on a new group of people in need of a makeover and a new beginning, from a fraternity house full of “lost boys” to a sports superfan.
Since its 2018 premiere, Queer Eye has given makeovers to more than 60 individuals. A Japanese spinoff followed, and the show was also remade with local teams of makeover artists in Germany and Brazil.
France told Insider that nobody had anticipated the show’s massive popularity. “I thought that Queer Eye wasn’t going to be successful and that it would be a flop — we’d do one season, and that’d be it,” he admitted.
Berk did acknowledge that though, that the group has ideas on where they’d like to take the program next. Here is an overview of the information we have regarding Season 8 so far.
Is There Going to Be a Season 8 of Queer Eye?
Netflix has not announced whether there will be a Season 8 of Queer Eye at this time. The release of Season 7 is probably to blame. As such, it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary if Netflix provided an update a month or two after Season 7 debuted. We will be sure to let you know when/if this occurs.
Queer Eye Season 8 Release Date
If Netflix decides to extend the reality TV series for an eighth season, we could see a new Queer Eye episode drop later this year. The show aspires to drop two seasons in a single calendar year.
The third season premiered in March 2019, and the fourth season premiered in July 2019. The first season premiered in February of 2018, and Season 2 premiered in June of 2018. There was a long break between seasons 6 and 7, so even if the show is renewed, we might not get a new season until 2024.
The Stars of Queer Eye Season 8
We might think Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness will all return to the show despite their hectic schedules, as there is no evidence that Queer Eye would ever replace one of the Fab Five members only to make a new season.
If the official Twitter account of the show is any indication, a similar call-out for a new season of Queer Eye could be launched soon in search of new clients to be featured on the show in May 2022.
Location of Queer Eye Season 8
The next location where Queer Eye will film is yet unknown. However, Berk mentioned in his E! interview that they are maybe finished filming in the South during the summer. It’s safe to say that any location where the temperature rarely rises beyond 60 degrees would be on our list, he said. Since he stated that they would “love to go to the UK,” we can assume that a sequel series similar to the one filmed in Japan is in the works.
He also mentioned that they’d like to visit the other coast. We hope to visit the Northwest soon. We haven’t shot much out west,” he said. “We’ve spent the past seven, or eight if you consider Japan, seasons in the south and east. Consequently, the West is quite appealing to us.
Review of Season 7 of Queer Eye
Queer Eye Season 7: Honestly, everyone should go watch this show because it’s fantastic. It’s a terrific lesson in selflessness to go out of one’s way to make someone else happy. It’s fantastic to watch Tan, Antoni, Bobby, Karamo, and Jonathan so enthusiastically encouraging the nominees. The atmosphere is brightened thanks to their companionship and the words they choose to share.
The cinematography and casting departments deserve praise for their excellent choices. It’s a testament to the editing staff that they were able to provide so much information about the individual in need without invading their privacy.
The newest season of Queer Eye is available on Netflix right now.
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The Fab Five are back for a seventh season of Queer Eye, which has given makeovers to more than 60 individuals since its 2018 premiere. Queer Eye aspires to drop two seasons in a single calendar year, with Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness returning to the show. The next location is yet unknown.
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