Queer Eye: Season 5 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Get your tissues ready, hennies! Queer Eye is back for Season 5, and the Fab 5 are heading to the City of Brotherly Love to transform 10 new heroes.

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Queer Eye: Season 5 | Official Trailer | Netflix

The Fab Five head to historic Philadelphia to make over a new cast of everyday heroes, from a hardworking DJ to a struggling dog groomer.

33 replies
  1. Toni Glick
    Toni Glick says:

    Welp, I started and couldn't stop til I'd binged the whole thing. Damn. I hope the post covid season comes soon! Is the Redding Terminal Market still open in Philly? I used to eat amazing lunches at the Pennsylvania Dutch cafe!

  2. Julia Moshensky
    Julia Moshensky says:

    Jonathan please go back HOME…dont give up on your dreams silly…u had it right the first time around…i love u to pieces, you know what to do if u follow your heart…plus I want u to come to Maui to work with my team….


  3. Elaine
    Elaine says:

    I just thought this series is too overly sweet.. Nice people but it all seemed a bit too fake and too hyped. Preferred the earlier stuff.. Still like the fellas just not the whole production etc at all…

  4. tanisha watts
    tanisha watts says:

    Me and the tall black girl on this episode I feel exactly like how she feels I'm a 6'2 tall black female it's so horrible how we are viewed people making fun of me every day every time im at work any were kids are afraid of me it really hurts men are scared of me to cause of my height

  5. George Gonzalez
    George Gonzalez says:

    I remember when this show was on bravo, I was too quick to judge and say it was lame because I was just seeing previews not the whole episode. One day I sat through a couple episodes and actually loved it. It’s people helping others better themselves and it’s the support a lot of people really need, and it’s the kind of tv show that is actually worth watching. The guys are awesome and not to mention it’s productive and fun show to watch.


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