The Fab 5 are leaving Georgia
The show picked up a whopping four Emmy nominations for its first season. Season 2, which was released in June, unfortunately missed the cut-off but will be eligible next year.
As per The Hollywood Reporter, the third season will be eight episodes and will be based in Kansas City, Missouri. Production will begin next week (July 16) however it won’t release on Netflix until 2019 at some point.
Watch the announcement trailer from Queer Eye’s Facebook page below.
Following season 1, Queer Eye’s food expert Antoni Porowski garnered a lot of attention online following accusations that he can’t actually cook.
In an interview Antoni revealed that before the show he was a a sommelier and food consultant, but due to the simple recipes he’s teaching, the Twitterverse is not convinced.
Taking place on February 17-21 2019, there will also be themed nights and a Lip Sync for Your Lifeboat drag challenge hosted by Kesha and presumably featuring Van Ness.