Keep the tissues handy. The second season of the revamped Queer Eye dropped in mid-June, and already, Netflix has announced via a teaser on Friday that the feel-good juggernaut has been renewed for a third season to be set in Kansas City, Mo., Variety reports.
Fresh off a handful Emmy nominations including structured reality program, casting, picture editing and cinematography, the heartfelt Queer Eye reboot that has a reputation for making viewers cry, begins production on season 3 on Monday.
It had been 10 years since Bravo's benchmark Queer Eye (originally Queer Eye: For the Straight Guy) ended its run when Netflix retooled the concept of gay men performing makeovers on people from the inside and out with, complete with loads of heart, humor, and shenanigans. While the original series stuck to making over straight men who were in need of the keen gay gaze--regarding fashion, design, food, grooming, and culture--the new series that is set in the south, has also included women and a trans man.
The "Fab Five" that includes Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, and Tan France are all on board for the new season that is set for release in November of 2019.