How to watch Queer Eye Season 2 for free
The Fab Five are set to return to our screens on Friday in the new season of Queer Eye, in what is going to be another emotional rollercoaster for viewers.
The feel-good show of the year will air on Netflix on Friday 15 June and will see Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness and Tan France rolling up their sleeves to make over eight more people.
The show, which is a contemporary reboot of the original noughties hit Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, became an overnight success earlier this year – and just four months later, viewers are in for a treat with Season 2 on tap.
The new episodes will drop at 12am Pacific time on Netflix. That’s 5am on Friday morning, British fans. If you’re not already a Netflix subscriber, you can sign up for a one month free trial to watch Queer Eye and lots of other shows.
What can we expect in the second season of Queer Eye?
Last week, PinkNews got an exclusive first look at the new season of Queer Eye, which will see the boys return to Georgia to educate the show’s first woman about fashion, food, culture, home decor and hair.
The Fab Five will also pitch in and help build a community centre for a church.
Earlier this year, host Tan France revealed the second season would be more diverse, featuring a transgender man for the first time.
“I had never interacted with a trans person before, I’d never met a trans person before. And so it gave me an opportunity to ask questions that I have never been able to ask before,” he told Press Association.
“For example, what was it that when they realised they wanted to have top surgery (a surgical procedure carried out on the breasts of transgender patients), what made him decide that was the final thing that was going to change this process for him, that would really make him feel like a man?
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