Queer Eye Season 3

Premiere Date, Full Episodes

Queer Eye season 3 started airing on Friday, March 15, 2019. 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

S3E1 From Hunter to Huntee

S3E2 Lost Boy

S3E3 Jones Bar-B-Q

S3E4 When Robert Met Jamie

S3E5 Black Girl Magic

S3E6 Elrod & Sons

S3E7 Sloth to Slay

most recent episode S3E8 Baby on Board

How many episodes are in season 3 of Queer Eye?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Karamo Brown Recalls 'Extreme' Conflict With Antoni Porowski On 'Queer Eye' Set - HuffPost - via Huffpost

While the culture guru, who grew up in Florida, said fans would have to tune into his podcast to discover the origins of the beef, he explained that “a third, toxic party” was at least partly to blame. 

Queer Eye's Fab Five 'considering' RuPaul's Drag Race, says Bobby Berk - Metro.co.uk - via Metro

Bobby Berk revealed that buddies have been approached to go on the show, and says that all five of them, yes Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France and Karamo Brown are ‘considering’ the offer.

Watch Queer Eye's Fab Five take on their first puppy 'hero' for Adopt A Shelter Pet Day - via Ew

It was love at first sight as the mild-mannered mutt sauntered into the living room. Before beginning his instruction, Antoni Porowski, Queer Eye’s resident food and wine expert, joked, “Not only is this the first dog hero, but it’s also the first time where we’re actually gonna adopt our hero.” Already in love, Porowski headed to the the kitchen to make puppy-friendly peanut butter cookies from scratch. Then unfiltered grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness brought out a “gorgeous box of self-care goodies,” colorfully commenting on how to brush fur and apply paw cream.

Watch: Queer Eye's Fab Five Makeover A Puppy (Yes, Seriously) - via Screenrant

The video utilizes the same format as the TV series, with each Queer Eye member offering their unique services in order to give Lacey a new lease on life. While the video is a somewhat tongue in cheek take on the regular Queer Eye series, it offers up plenty of cute dog footage, meaning that fans of Queer Eye as well as of dogs should especially enjoy it. But beyond the chuckles and cutesy tone, important points are made, namely that when you adopt a pet from a shelter, you are performing two valuable deeds: rescuing one animal and freeing up space in the shelter for another.

Queer Eye's Fab 5 Treats Shelter Dog to Makeover So She Can Find the Perfect Forever Home - via People

Netflix confirmed to PEOPLE that Lacey was adopted out by North Shore Animal League America to a loving Long Island, New York, couple that was “struck by her sweetness.” Lacey is a perfect fit in their home.

Critics Reviews

    Episode 5, “Black Girl Magic,” was my favorite episode. The Queer Eye team helped a 23 year old lesbian named Jess. Jess was their first lesbian. (Last season they helped a transgender man, an episode I also loved.) Jess had been kicked out of her house at an early age and was on her own ever since. You have to judge these episodes by how much they connect with your tear ducts and your involuntary smile. This one cause a major outpouring of emotion. The house and the clothes and the food and the grooming matter. They are very important. But what Karamo Brown does with each person is the beating heart of the series. He listens. He digs. He opens wounds and lets them air out. He finds physical metaphors to help people overcome their barriers. <...> - by Old Ain't Dead - season 3 [Virginia DeBolt]

    In other exciting news, the fab five will soon be jet-setting into their next adventure as they travel to the far lands of Japan. The Queer Eye team will take on Japan as they work to help four heroes in need whilst also exploring and immersing themselves into the Japanese culture alongside local specialists. Traveling to Kansas City, Missouri, the Fab Five take on a whole host of new ‘heroes’ (the name given to their subjects). Transformations take on a whole new range of diversity as the team equally give attention to both male and female subjects. These participants range from the sweetheart camo-woman, aching to feel the power of her feminine side, to a man in mourning fighting to move forward and live in his wife’s memory to support his sons. As you can tell this series once <...> - by ReadySteadyCut - Season 3 [Kelly Potter]


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