Netflix dropped a trailer Monday for a special four-episode mini-season of Queer Eye, titled Queer Eye: We're in Japan!
As in the first four Queer Eye seasons, out experts Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, and Tan France will use their unique skills to give a "make-better" to four "heroes." But this time, instead of Americans, the subjects will be Japanese men and women in Tokyo.
Actress Kiko Mizuhara and comedian Naomi Watanabe will accompany the Fab Five in their cross-cultural journey, which will also include a "make-better" for a gay man, Kan, who will strive to introduce his boyfriend to his family in one episode.
Japan holds relatively progressive views toward the LGBTQ community, compared with the majority of Asian nations. Although same-sex marriage is not legal, polls indicate the majority of Japanese people (54 percent) believe homosexuality should be accepted.
Queer Eye: We're in Japan! will air November 1 globally. Watch the trailer below.
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