After Netflix dropped eight episodes in February, Netflix's restart of Queer Eye made fans beg for more time with the new Fab Five. While they were teased that more was on the way, the fans were unsure when they would next see the boys in action. It turns out that they will come much earlier than they thought.
Netflix announced on May 24th that the second season of their mega-hit show will return on June 15, with more action from Tan France (fashion), Bobby Berk (design), Karamo Brown (culture), Antoni Porowski (Essen & Wine) and Jonathan Van Ness (Nursing). The platform announced the return of the show with a short video in which the boys in a group text chain discussed the success of the show (and made fun of Antoni's affinity for avocados).
According to a press release from the show, Season 2 will continue to take place in Georgia. As in the first season, the Fab Five will be working with sleazy boys who need help to be fabulous, and they will meet people with other views than their own. This season, the boys will talk to their clients about issues such as immigration, beliefs, and "How To Make The Perfect Homemade Poke Bowls."
Fans of the show knew that the second season will come later this year. The show was redone, Bobby Berk revealed in an interview with Variety that the next episodes were already on deck. "We did shoot them right at the end of season one, so they've been shot and they're ready to go," he said.
Check out the teaser for Queer Eye Season 2 below.
Who gave us permission? ̵1; New episodes June 15 – pic.twitter.com/6yp3r2HnpW
– Queer Eye (@QueerEye) May 24, 2018