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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The Definitive Queer Eye Power Rankings - via Slate
OK, OK. We love QE’s unbelievably productive decor dude as much as everyone else, but, as you’d imagine, Berk’s skill set keeps him busy! While his four co-hosts teach each episode’s straight guy how to cuff pant legs, trim sideburns, slice a melon, or think positively, Berk is remodeling the guy’s entire house. His role—arguably the most impressive and labor-intensive—is inherently isolating and provides him the least amount of valuable screen time. We just don’t get to know him the way we do the rest! His social feeds, which are well-followed, keep things relatively low-key. He’s rarely out and about with other celebs (largely because his own business is booming), and his #spon content is home décor–based, which means it’s focused more on aspirational interiors than on Berk himself. He seems destined for a happy post-QE life filled with morning show appearances, best-selling design books, and well-photographed but largely dull tours of his home in People magazine.
Here's What Happened When Tan And Antoni 'Queer Eyed' My Love Life - via Huffingtonpost
But I had some questions for them, too. Despite both being in long-term relationships, I had to know: Would Tan ever date a bad dresser? What is Antoni’s ideal first date food? Did the two feel like leaving their loves behind and running away with me? (No, sadly.)
'Queer Eye' Gang Gushes About Working Together As A Family - via Accessonline
We love the "Queer Eye" boys as much as they love each other! Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Karamo Brown and Antoni Porowski expressed their love for each other at the Variety and Women in Film party on Saturday. The group also shared how they celebrated their big Emmy win. Watch to see what they said!
'Queer Eye' Star Jonathan Van Ness on Travel as Self-Care - via Cntraveler
Honestly, I’m kind of all over the map. It’s not completely out of the realm of possibility that I’ll throw on a pair of heels to go to the airport if I’m feeling a little down and need a pick me up. If I’m trying to blend in, I might go for a dark sweatsuit, hat, and sunglasses—although I’ve realized lately that the more I try to blend in, the more I stick out! It really depends on my mood.
Hotels.com Teams Up With TV Personality Jonathan Van Ness For 10 Nights Of Cheeky Comedy And All-New Docu ... - via Prnewswire
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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]
Come to think of it, preordained is an apt word for Queer Eye, even when it is geared toward emphasizing social-emotional learning. Season two drops on Netflix four months after the first one did, and in spite of that short turnaround, the new episodes seem shaped in response to the public’s reactions to season one. <...> - 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]