Over a decade after the original show went off the air, Netflix breathes new life into the Queer Eye franchise. The reboot introduces a new Fab Five, including 33-year-old chef Antoni Porowski. Porowski is known for his boyish looks, charming smile, and simple yet sophisticated recipes.
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, the Emmy-winning reality series that debuted in 2003, will return as a Netflix reboot on February 7. Simply called Queer Eye, the show will follow its original premise, where five gay men — known as the "Fab Five" — give lifestyle advice to straight men. As praise rolls in for the new reboot, fans wonder: will there be a Queer Eye Season 2?
The new Queer Eye raises the stakes for the Fab Five. The reboot takes place in the suburbs of Georgia, where more conservative-leaning folks may not be as open to getting their hair zhoozh-ed, as pointed out by Vulture. To put things into perspective: one subject is a devoutly religious firefighter and the other is a Trump-supporting, NASCAR-loving police officer.