With its shooting started on July 16th, 2018, the Fab Five have left for Kansas City, Missouri. As usual, they’ll be helping the city’s straight men refine their wardrobes, grooming, diet, cultural pursuits, and home décor. The season is expected to have eight episodes since all other seasons had the same number of episodes. The news of a third season launch came after Queer Eye received four Emmy nominations—for Casting, Picture Editing, Structured Reality Program, and Cinematography.
Queer Eye Season 3 Cast: Who is in it?
As usual, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, and Bobby Berk are playing the Fab Five. The set will also introduce some new faces and hosts here and there. In case you are not aware of the fab five, their roles are as follows: Antoni Porowski – food and wine expert. Karamo Brown – culture expert. Tan France – fashion expert. Jonathan Van Ness – grooming expert. Bobby Berk – design expert We will update this section when we have more news on the subject.
Queer Eye Season 3 Plot: What is it about?
Five gay men, named Fab Five are set out to small towns all over the world to improvise wardrobes, diet, lifestyle, cultural pursuits, grooming, etc. of straight men. In its last spin-off episode, they landed onto a small town in Australia named Yass. The episode depicted a character named George, whose son Levi has called Fab Five to help him out. The Fab Five try and make George understand the meaning of life in terms of work-life balance and also introduce into him some community values. The fab five are shown going through George’s place, trying to pick and update his wardrobe and overall lifestyle.
The previous two seasons were filmed back to back in Atlanta, Georgia. While the format of season 3 is consistent with the other two, the whole new city will undoubtedly add newness to it. When asked, ‘Why not New York this time?’, The executive producer Rob Eric said: “It was time to leave New York.”As per him, “We realized that you can take anyone into a high-end Manhattan shop and make them look like a million bucks.” and hence they have taken up the challenge of upgrading the rural areas now, where the money will seem to be a constraint. According to Rob, “We believed Queer Eye should be able to go anywhere—any city, any town, any community on any budget and makeover anyone of any gender with great results.” The season is known to include straight men, women as well as trans people undergoing this makeover of lifestyle. We’ll keep updating the plot as and when we have more information.