Here’s some perfect news for Pride Month: Netflix has announced that their wildly popular Queer Eye is set for two more seasons, with season 4 arriving in July.
Queer Eye season 4, consisting of eight episodes, will premiere July 19th on Netflix. Like season 3, these episodes were shot in Kansas City. Presumably season 4 was filmed at the same time as the one that preceded it. Check out a teaser below:
Netflix also announced today that Queer Eye season 5 will be shot in Philadelphia starting next week and air in 2020. The show also shot a batch of episodes in Japan earlier this year, but Netflix hasn’t announced when those episodes will drop.
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