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Queer Eye Gets Political: How Netflix’s Reboot Makes Over Homes, Outfits and Minds Down South

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It’s a swampy day in the sleepy town of Winder, Georgia, as Queer Eye’s new Fab Five tears through the modest home of Cory, a police officer with an affinity for Nascar, pickle juice and American flag-printed shorts. His basement is cluttered with beer guzzler helmets and deer antlers, his bedroom closet with his late father’s suits, with which he can’t bear to part.

As the guys giddily rummage through Cory’s belongings, the scene could be straight out of the makeover show’s original run 15 years ago. Until Karamo Brown, the culture expert, discovers Cory
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‘Queer Eye’ Star on Reboot: ‘Helping People is Never Going to Get Old’

An iconic TV series known for its eye-popping makeovers just got one of its own.

On Feb. 7, Netflix will unveil eight new one-hour episodes of “Queer Eye” — a freshening up of the groundbreaking 2003-07 Bravo Emmy winner in which five outspoken gay men beautified the lives of hapless city slickers. In its heyday, nearly 3.5 million viewers from all demographics embraced the highbrow superheroes each week. It spawned 13 international editions and one CD soundtrack. Alas, stylist Carson Kressley’s exasperated one-liners are now part of the early-aughts time capsule, along with studded Nokia flip phones and hot pink Juicy Couture sweats.

Enter the Fab Five 2.0: culture expert Karamo Brown, spitfire hairdresser Jonathan Van Ness, no-nonsense decorator Bobby Berk, cosmopolitan fashion pro Tan France and soft-spoken chef Antoni Porowski. They’ve ditched the bustling New York City streets for rural Georgia, focusing on grizzled men of the Red State Deep South. (They’ve also
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‘Queer Eye’ Producer David Collins On How The Netflix Reboot Will Build Buzz In The Post-Watercooler Age

Queer Eye producer David Collins didn’t get déja vu when he brought the show back on Netflix. Instead, he couldn’t stop thinking about how much has changed since the Bravo version of the show launched in 2003 and became a sensation. On a streaming platform, “We have no commercial breaks!” Collins marveled in an interview with Deadline. “We don’t have recaps and tag-ins and tag-outs. We get to tell a whole story.” Netflix has positioned the return of Queer Eye, which…
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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in February 2018

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon will bring content for fans of the holiday and those who have had enough of love.

Uma Thurman’s action-packed thrillers “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” and “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” can be added to Netflix queues starting in February. Other films coming to the streaming service are “Men in Black,” “Meet the Fockers,” and “Ella Enchanted.” Bravo’s “Imposters” and Netflix’s “Queer Eye” reboot will also be added.

A few classic movies are joining Hulu in next month, including Harrison Ford’s “Sabrina” and “Mystic Pizza,” starring Julia Roberts. For the kids, “Agent Cody Banks,” and “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds” will be added. Fans of “One Tree Hill” can watch all nine seasons of the teen series.

Amazon Prime will roll out new seasons for some of its original series in February, with the “The Tick: Season 1B” and the
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TV Shows Coming to (and Leaving) Netflix in February 2018

Do you need something new to watch? Recently, The Wrap announced all the new TV shows coming to (and leaving) Netflix in February.New TV series include the '90s comedy Everything Sucks! (February 16th), the sci-fi drama Altered Carbon (February 2nd), the Queer Eye reboot (February 7th), and the talk show The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (February 18th).Read More…
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Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in February

  • The Wrap
If you’re itching for winter to end, don’t worry. February should go by in a snap thanks to all of the Netflix you’ll be watching. We get it, we love rewatching “The Office” too, but expand your horizons with the tidal swell of new original programming hitting the streaming service next month, from docu-series to reality TV. The reboot of “Queer Eye” premieres Feb. 7, featuring a brand new Fab 5: Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming) and Tan France (Fashion). Chef David Chang’s food docu-series “Ugly Delicious” will be available to...
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American Pie, Ella Enchanted, Kill Bill and Meet the Parents Coming to Netflix in February 2018

Netflix is making several Oscar- and Razzi-nominated movies ready for streaming in February 2018. On Tuesday, the company announced which film and TV titles will soon become available. It will also premiere original programming, such as Altered Carbon, Coach Snoop and Queer Eye. Just in time for Valentine's Day, subscribers now have the opportunity to create a separate "date night" profile, provide users with suggestions that "miraculously" suit everyone's tastes. Here is the complete list of film and TV titles coming to Netflix in February 2018: Available 2/1 3000 Miles to Graceland 42 Grams Aeon Flux American Pie American Pie 2...
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Meet the New Fab Five of Netflix Revival “Queer Eye”

Netflix’s premier of Queer Eye will be coming soon in early February and it’s bound to be another great look at how the Fab Five of the show will be able to help individuals with everything from their diet to their home decor as it pertains to changing their life. Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, and Tan France will be helping individuals in the Atlanta area who are in great need of tips on how to lead a more interesting and fulfilling life than they currently do. Before jumping on the wagon of those that might

Meet the New Fab Five of Netflix Revival “Queer Eye
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Chef David Chang’s ‘Ugly Delicious’ Debuts on Netflix Next Month (Video)

  • The Wrap
A new food series is coming to Netflix next month, the streaming service announced Thursday. “Ugly Delicious” is hosted by Momofuku founder Chef David Chang, who travels the world in eight episodes to explore how food is used as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers. Guests include comedian Ali Wong, actors Eric Wareheim and Gillian Jacobs, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, chefs René and Nadine Redzepi, La Times food critic Jonathan Gold, and several more. Also Read: 'Queer Eye' Trailer: Meet the New Fab 5 as They Put the Hot in Hotlanta (Video) “Food is something we all have in common. It’s an essential...
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Queer Eye: Netflix Releases Trailer and Premiere Date for Their Makeover Series Revival

"We just want to be loved." Netflix has released a new trailer and the premiere date for their upcoming Queer Eye reboot series.A remake of the successful Bravo series, the reality show features five gay experts as they help a straight man makeover his life, focusing on wardrobe, food, lifestyle, interior decoration, and hair. The fab five includes Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), and Tan France (Fashion).Read More…
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Help, I'm Really Torn About Netflix's New Queer Eye Reboot

Netflix has released a first look at the upcoming Queer Eye reboot, and it's hard not to feel conflicted. Slated as one of the streaming giant's shiny new 2018 shows, the revival follows the same concept as the original: a group of gay men help one tragic heterosexual clean up every aspect of his life. The trailer is certainly laced with emotional moments that may make you well up in tears. At the same time, though, do we really need to watch footage of straight men asking, "Which one of you is the wife?," in 2018? I can't help but wonder if some aspects of the show - things that may have been daring and educational in 2003 - will come across as dated in the present day. But hey, guess we'll just have to wait and see. Queer Eye drops Feb. 7.
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Queer Eye Returns: See the Heartwarming First Trailer for the Netflix Reboot

New crew, new you.  Netflix is about to launch its reboot of Queer Eye, the makeover show that ran for five seasons in the early 2000s on Bravo. It featured a group of five gay men giving complete makeovers to straight men, and the new version is perfectly updated for 2018. As the guys say in the trailer, 10 years later, the fab five are fighting for acceptance instead of tolerance.  The trailer gives us a look at a few of the lucky men whose lives get a bit of a sprucing up, and it's hard not to feel all warm and fuzzy just from the brief look at their transformations and their newfound confidence.  "Gay or straight, a common thread that holds every human...
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‘Dark’ Theories and Burning Questions: Jonas’ Fate, the Wallpapered Room, and That Massive Back Tattoo

‘Dark’ Theories and Burning Questions:  Jonas’ Fate, the Wallpapered Room, and That Massive Back Tattoo
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from the entirety of Netflix’s series “Dark.”]

Netflix’s German supernatural mystery thriller doesn’t fit neatly into any puzzle box, but it sure is addictive and intriguing. Initially built around the case of a missing boy in Winden, “Dark” quickly bursts through the confines of the small town — not by reaching beyond its borders, but beyond its time. The curious time travel element, however, is a tricky one, and two warring forces are trying to control it. Unfortunately, it seems that many young boys have been caught in the middle.

The time travel occurs in 33-year increments, which creates a curious connection with Winden’s past, present, and future. In particular, viewers have gotten to know the young, middle-aged, and older versions of the same characters that hail from a few major families. Trying to keep the various surnames, generations, and each person’s secrets straight is difficult enough, but throw in a kidnapping priest, arcane references,
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‘Queer Eye’ Returns: Get To Know The New Fab 5, Including ‘Gay of Thrones’ Host Jonathan Van Ness

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‘Queer Eye’ Returns: Get To Know The New Fab 5, Including ‘Gay of Thrones’ Host Jonathan Van Ness
Netflix has announced the cast of its reboot of Bravo’s 2003 hit series, “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” featuring five new stand-out personalities. The group will serve as a modernized Fab 5, finding new faces to revitalize the show with a political agenda (and current food trends, of course).

Bobby Berk will lead in all things design, Karamo Brown will serve as culture expert, Antoni Porowski, former Fab 5-member Ted Allen’s personal chef, will handle everything food and wine, Tan France will be the show’s fashion guru, and stylist/“Gay of Thrones” host Jonathan Van Ness is, of course, there to share his knowledge on personal grooming. (Van Ness actually shot the series last summer, while “Gay of Thrones” was also in production.)

Read More:‘One Day At A Time’ Netflix Cast Re-Enacts The Show’s Original 1970s Opening Credits — Watch

The Emmy Award-winning series revolutionized television in the early 2000s,
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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Reboot's Cast Revealed: Meet the New Fab Five

  • PEOPLE.com
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Reboot's Cast Revealed: Meet the New Fab Five
This February is going to be fabulous.

Netflix‘s reboot of the Emmy-winning reality show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premieres this winter, and the streaming service has finally revealed the identities of the five men leading the makeovers: Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming) and Tan France (Fashion).

See the first photo of the new “fab five” above!

Unlike the original, New York City-based series — which ran for 5 seasons from 2003-07 and made Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez household names — this Queer Eye
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Meet Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's New Fab Five, Making America Fabulous Again in Netflix's Reboot

Meet Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's New Fab Five, Making America Fabulous Again in Netflix's Reboot
15 years after meeting their predecessors, it's time to say hello to a new Fab Five! Nearly a year after announcing their plans to revive groundbreaking makeover series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Netflix is finally revealing who will follow in the fashionable footsteps of Carson Kressley, Ted Allen and the rest of Bravo's original gang. As you can see in the photo above, the 2017 Fab Five are no less stylish or camera-ready than those who've come before them. So who are they? Glad you asked... Beginning from left to right, say hello to design guru Bobby Berk, culture maven (and former Real World: Philadelphia roommate) Karamo Brown, food and wine expert Antoni Porowski, grooming genius Jonathan...
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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Returns: Meet Netflix's New Fab Five

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Returns: Meet Netflix's New Fab Five
Netflix is ready to Make America Gay Again.

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As previously announced, the streaming service is reviving the reality makeover series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy — in which five gay men help a “clueless” straight man make his life a little more fabulous — and now we can finally get acquainted with the new Fab Five. (P.S. Don’t worry if you don’t immediately recognize all of their names. That’s why we linked to their Instagrams.)

Bobby Berk will serve as the show’s design expert, Karamo Brown
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Carson Kressley Says Gays Are Healthy and Cute So Let Them Donate Blood!!!

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[[tmz:video id="0_h1xhct0s"]] Carson Kressley says gays check every applicable box when it comes to donating blood ... and that's why it's time to change the law restricting them from doing so. The ex-'Queer Eye' star was in Bev Hills and told us he's proud of his pal, Lance Bass, taking a stand on the issue of gay men donating blood. Carson's on board with Lance's movement, but had a little more to say. He laid out
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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Alum Jai Rodriguez Speaks about What HIV Means to Him

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Alum Jai Rodriguez Speaks about What HIV Means to Him
Jai Rodriguez’s days as the culture guide on Bravo’s 2003 Emmy-winning show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy are long behind him. Now, the actor continues to build his career in an array of projects including Sharknado 5 (USA), Wisdom of the Crowd (CBS) and a Las Vegas residency with reality star Kendra Wilkinson.

Rodriguez sat down with People Chica to talk about a project the stands out from the rest in his life: he’s teaming up with Positively Fearless to educate the Latinx community about HIV and encourage gay and bisexual men to be fearless in taking charge of their health.
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