From Stranger Things and Orange is the New Black to the newer Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and You, it's no secret that streaming giant, Netflix, has produced some of the most binge-worthy and acclaimed content on modern TV. But one of the biggest and more recent additions to the platform is the tear-jerking makeover show, Queer Eye. After its release just last year, the show instantly soared to popularity. Three seasons later, it seems like viewers can't get enough of the Fab Five's well, fabulous, makeovers.

Fans of the show will be very pleased to hear that Netflix has just announced that the show has been renewed for not one, but two more seasons, and with the release date of season 4 already set in stone, it seems like we won't have to wait long to see the Fab Five on our screens again!


We were first introduced to Queer Eye's "Fab Five" in February last year.

Netflix released the first season of the Emmy-award winning show last year. We saw culture expert, Karamo Brown, fashion designer, Tan France, grooming consultant, Jonathan Van Ness, food and wine specialist, Antoni Porowski, and interior designer, Bobby Berk, together dubbed "the Fab Five", pull together to transform the lives of people across Kansas City.

But this wasn't actually the first time that Queer Eye hit our screens...

Netflix's version of the show is actually a remake of Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guys that aired a decade ago. Though reboots are often not as successful as the original show, it seems that Netflix defied odds with this hugely popular revival.

So what does a makeover from the Fab Five actually involve?

Those being made over on the show quite literally have every area of their life re-vamped. From a home renovation and brand new hairstyle to a whole new wardrobe, cuisine lessons and even life coaching - the Fab Five delve deep into the lives of each person featured on the hit series.

But it's much more than just a makeover...

Throughout the series, the Fab Five meet with a diverse line-up of contestants, from those with opposing political views to a trans man recently recovering from top surgery. The gang touch the lives of these people in a unique way. Throughout the series, the group have done some incredible things such as helping one guy come out to his family and helping another come to terms with the loss of his wife. They enable all of the contestants to learn to love themselves, and, for the viewer, the show's certainly an emotional rollercoaster.

The show is filled with tear-jerking moments.

Jess, who had been kicked out of her family home after coming out as gay, appeared on season 3 of the series. We watched her confidence grow as the Fab Five worked their magic and it was pretty emotional, to say the least.

The Jones Sisters from season 3 are a fan favorite.

Little and Shorty who own a BBQ stand had their lives transformed by the Fab Five. Not only did they get a brand new look, but so did their business. The guys kitted them out with brand new uniforms, outdoor seating, new branding, and even their own bottled BBQ sauce. And the best thing? Their business is still booming.

This episode had us feeling all the feels...

The first ever episode of the popular series featured Tom, who was deeply insecure. He was constantly calling himself fat and old; he even told the Fab Five, "You can't fix ugly." We're not crying, you're crying. But, after a makeover from the Fab Five, we see Tom's ex-wife, Abby, totally taken aback by the transformation - the couple even hold hands again. Want to know what makes it even better? They got re-married last year!

The series has propelled to TV stardom and has countless awards to show for it...

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The show has picked up an Emmy, a GLAAD award, and a TCA award, as well as receiving rave reviews from both critics and Netflix watchers.

The Fab Five are so popular that they even recently featured in a very famous singer's music video.

That's right! It seems like some of our favorite celebs are fans of the show, too, as Johnathon, Bobby, Karamo, Antoni, and Tan make an appearance in Taylor Swift's music video for her single "You Need to Calm Down," donning glitzy, colorful costumes. Well, did we expect anything less from the Fab Five?

As the Five seem to be at the peak of their popularity, Netflix just announced the best news...

Today, Netflix announced that the show will be renewed for 2 more seasons. Yes, not one, but two! It's the news that we've all been dying to hear.

The Fab Five will be returning to Kansas City to deliver their all-star makeovers.

The upcoming fourth season of the show will take place in Kansas City, with the fifth season seeing the gang take on Philadelphia.

The announcement comes during pride month, and fans are thrilled...

"It's a pride month miracle," wrote one user.

Twitter went crazy for the announcement.

Fans couldn't contain their excitement, especially with the release of season 4 being very soon...

When will the new season air?

It looks like fans don't have long to wait as Queer Eye Season 4 is set to debut on July 19, with Season 5 beginning production next week and expected to debut on Netflix in 2020!

Excited doesn't come close.

Those waiting in anticipation for July 19 to roll around and desperately need their Queer Eye fix can re-watch seasons 1 to 3 on Netflix in the meantime.