Queer Eye Season 2
Queer Eye season 2 started airing on Friday, June 15, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S2E8 Make Ted Great Again
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Queer Eye's Karamo Brown Leads 2019 Ford Edge Media Ride-Along - The News Wheel - via Thenewswheel
“I’ve spent time with her husband and I’m dying to meet her because she’s so critical/pivotal to his success, and while people talk about it, I don’t think they understand the strength she had to have,” Brown tells @FordOnline.
Queer Eye Stars Use The Greatest Showman to Inspire These Latest Makeovers - Playbill.com - via Playbill
Directed by Jared Hogan, the video was made by EP Katie Lambert, Producer Martha McGuirk, Commissioner Alex Bittan, Local Producer Johnny Starke, director of photography Josh Goleman, with first assistant director Johnny Starke, gaffer Scott Childers, sound recordist Ted Topi, wardrobe by Wlaa, style by April Rudy, hair by Heidi Bolwes, and production assistants JJ Corbier, Nick Stout, Trevor Turla. The video was edited by Hogan with colour by Jacob Mckee and colour producer Laurie Adrianopoli, featuring sound design by Christian Stropko.
Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness is bringing his stand-up show to Dublin - via Breakingnews
Jonathan also continues to work on a passion project, his podcast âGetting Curious,â a bi-weekly exploration of all the things Jonathan is curious about from the history of the Armenian Genocide to the opiod crisis in the U.S and now a stand-up comedy show.
Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness is coming to Dublin to do stand-up - here's everything you need to know - via Dailyedge
If you’re in dire need of a makeover, or know someone else who is, you’re out of luck. Earlier this year, Jonathan went out on his first comedy tour in the US, bringing a life long dream of becoming a stand-up comedian to life.
Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness to bring stand up tour to Olympia Theatre - via Hotpress
Jonathan also continues to work on a passion project, his podcast Getting Curious, a biweekly exploration of all the things Jonathan is curious about from the history of the Armenian Genocide to the opiod crisis in the U.S.
Previously on Queer Eye: A selfless firefighter jumps at the chance to revamp his image and give his fire station a sleek, new look just in time for a community fundraiser.
The one thing that you need to know going in is that this is a series that will, not if, will, have you in tears at some point. This is because these are real people who are struggling and you can’t help but connect with them. Like Miss Tammye who spends her whole life helping others and who gave her house makeover <...> - by TLDRMovieReviews - Season 2 [Brian MacNamara]
This string of episodes widens the makeover pool from straight (and one gay) men to include a trans man and even – gasp – a woman. All share the trait of being a bit lost, and deserving of the treat of a new wardrobe, a tarted-up home, and an injection of self-esteem, but not so broken that the “Fab Five’s” <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Kat Brown]
In retrospect, it seems appropriate that so much of American Gods’s first season was less concerned with that promise of conflict than watching the characters simply drive from one destination to the next. Road trips, after all, afford little more than opportunities for people to talk and take in the scenery, and <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 2 [Ed Gonzalez]
My favorite episode this season is 2.4, “Sky’s the Limit.” It’s about a transgender man named Skyler. When we first see him he’s just waking up from top surgery. Six weeks later, the Fab 5 visit him and help him find a look that fits his new body profile. They also bring his apartment into <...> - by Old Ain't Dead - season 2 [Virginia DeBolt]
It’s this very tension that makes the show map onto the queer experience as it often exists in the real world. Gay guys may find themselves with the freedom to indulge the tastes that once would have gotten them called sissies, but no one is entirely sui generis in their style nor exempt from expectations of dating <...> - by The Atlantic [Spencer Kornhaber]