Get Ready to Cry: Netflix Just Dropped the ‘Queer Eye’ Season 3 Trailer
Take a minute to emotionally prepare yourself: Queer Eyereturns for season 3 on Friday, March 15, and Netflix just dropped the first official trailer for the new episodes. No surprise here: It’s a tearjerker.
This season, the show moves from its home base of Atlanta, Georgia, to Kansas City, where the Fab Five — Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness — will tackle some brand-new challenges. Not only will we see the first duo when sisters Mary and Deborah Jones get made over, but the first lesbian as well, in what looks to be one of the show’s most empowering story lines to date.
“Jess came out when she was 16 years old,” Brown explains to the rest of the Fab Five about one of season 3’s new heroes.
“I had pretty much given up on kind, genuine people,” Jess can be heard saying in the trailer. “They expected me to be someone else: more black, less white; more gay, less gay. I feel like I don’t belong.”
The trailer then cuts to Van Ness, whose infectious positivity takes over. “Absolutely not,” he says, snapping his fingers, signaling that it’s time for the boys to get Jess going on her journey to self love and acceptance.
The trailer also briefly introduces us to a woman who admits she “stopped caring” about herself after losing her 21-year-old little brother in a car accident, and a man who has struggled with alcohol.
Through it all, we hear Carly Rae Jepsen’s new single “Now That I Found You,” which the Fab Five previewed in a season 3 teaser last week.
Queer Eye season 3 will be followed by the special Queer Eye: We’re In Japan episodes, which see the Fab Five take the power of their positivity global.
Check out Queer Eye season 3 on Netflix starting Friday, March 15.
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(Photos via Christopher Smith/Netflix)
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