Queer Eye Season 3 trailer makes us feel all the feels
The trailer for Queer Eye Season 3 has dropped and it’s as emotional as any fan of the Netflix series may expect.
The trailer sees the Fab Five—food and wine specialist Antoni Porowski, interior design expert Bobby Berk, grooming master Jonathan Van Ness, culture guru Karamo Brown, and style authority Tan France—back in action, this time in Kansas City, Missouri.
The trailer gives a sneak peek of the heroes the Fab Five will be meeting on their new missions.
These will feature two first-ever makeovers: one featuring a lesbian, and the other featuring not one, but two people at the same time.
Berk shared a still from the dual makeover episode on Instagram on Sunday (March 3), anticipating what it will be about.
“Season 3 doesn’t officially air until March 15th but I am thrilled to get to share a sneak peek of one of my favorite episodes!!! These sisters right here are one (of many!) reasons I cannot wait for you to see #season3. We are so privileged to meet such wonderful people doing this show and Deborah and Mary are two of them,” Berk wrote.
“We are so privileged to meet such wonderful people doing this show and Deborah and Mary are two of them.”
— Interior design expert, Bobby Berk
He added: “Nominated by Deborah’s daughter, they are our first set of sisters, amongst the few female pit-masters in Kansas City and their relationship is an amazing example of the true meaning of family. We not only got to help with their personal lives but we also got a chance to do something a little different and help with their business, Jones Bar-B-Q.”
Watch the Queer Eye Season 3 trailer below:
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Speaking about the lesbian makeover during an appearance on Netflix’s new show Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj in October, France said: “She’s formidable. What we do with her, I think you’re gonna love it.”
Queer Eye Season 3 release will precede the Japan mini-series
Earlier this year, the Fab Five travelled to Japan to film a four-episode mini-series.
In a statement about the mini-series, titled Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!, Netflix described the episodes as a moment of cultural exchange in which the Fab Five will bring their expertise to Japan and, in turn, experience the country’s cuisine, fashion, design, grooming and culture firsthand while working with local tastemakers in Tokyo.
The online streaming platform has not disclosed a date for Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!, but it indicated it will be available for streaming in 2019.
Queer Eye Season 3 will be available on Netflix starting March 15.