Netflix is taking queer makeovers international with Queer Eye Germany, the first overseas spin-off from the wildly successful Queer Eye reboot that launched in 2018 on the streaming service.
Here’s the all-new Fab 5:
- Work/life coach Leni Bolt
- Fashion virtuoso Jan-Henrik Scheper-Stuke
- Beauty guru David Jakobs
- Nutrition and health expert Aljosha Muttardi
- Design ace Ayan Yuruk.
Related: Find out what the ‘Queer Eye’ original cast are doing now
With five seasons of Queer Eye under Netflix’s belt, and a sixth set to premiere later this month, plus six Emmy awards, it’s safe to say that the reboot of Queer Eye is a hit. Outside of the show, food and wine extraordinaire Antoni Porowski, grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness, culture guy Karamo Brown, fashion expert Tan France, and design guy Bobby Berk have all become stars in their own right too, with hosting gigs, book deals, podcasts, and appearances in other reality shows.
We hope their new, German counterparts make the same splash!
Watch the teaser below:
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We didn’t ask for this bullsh*t
Nothing supports gay stereotypes than this lame show.
How? What gay stereotypes? Your comment makes no sense. Explain.
Why would any other country in the world do this to themselves?
Love it. I don’t care about the other opinions given here. I’m from a small town with very backwards ideas. I’ve seen some of those people embrace some in the LGBT+ community for no other reason than this gave them good vibes. I’ll take it.
Gay stereotypes? Get over yourself. The show is fun and entertaining, and I can’t wait for the next season.
Damn! I thought it was going to be a shakeup to make the show real gays not over the tip stereotypical stage rubbish.
The first overseas spinoff IF you don’t count Queer Eye: Brazil (2020) or the Japanese season with the original cast. But who’s counting?
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