Netflix has confirmed that makeover show Queer Eye will be returning for a second season.
The massively successful series, a modernised revival of 2000s-era hit Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, introduced a brand new “Fab Five” – fashion expert Tan France, culture guru Karamo Brown, design expert Bobby Berk, grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness and foodie Antoni Porowski.
All five of the show’s stars shared their excitement on their social media accounts following Netflix’s official announcement.
The new show still transforms the lives of straight men but this time around, the new Fab Five also don’t shy away from issues like politics, homophobia and racism – with often emotional results.
“People are saying they’re crying, and they’re crying because it’s touching a big part of them. It’s so authentic,” creator David Collins told Variety.
“What I really love about [the team] is their journey, their week with each of the heroes, the ultimate goal is to give them the beautiful freedom to experience the journey with that hero and go through it with them.”
The series debuted in February and a release date for the second series has yet to be announced.
— Karamo Brown (@KaramoBrown) March 26, 2018
— Jonathan Van Ness (@jvn) March 26, 2018