Queer Eye has become quite popular with Netflix audiences – proof of that is the announcement of its third season. It’s rare for Netflix to announce sequels of web series in such a flurry – but Queer Eye seems to have changed Netflix’s stance about announcements. According to the video that’s shared on Twitter, the third season will see the series being set in Kansas City.
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The series has been a surprise success ever since it launched as a TV series back in 2003 and remained on television until 2007. It has been adapted for various other countries too. Created by David Collins, the series works on the cliché that homosexuals have a better sense of fashion. In the series, a group of homosexual men create a make-better (their word for a makeover) for a straight man, and the difference is for everyone in the audience to see.
In it’s Netflix avatar, Queer Eye has won four Emmy Awards Nomination, for Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Casting, Picture Editing and Cinematography. The production for the series will start on Monday but will hit the streaming screens only in 2019.