In this comedy series, a team of five brave men faces a different path of their lives. They are trying to make more laughter and live with different situations, while Emmy award-winning Queer Eye has returned. This TV show tries to present everything new in our daily situations in a different way.
The nicest, kindest critique of toxic masculinity imaginable. The makeovers aren't only about new clothes and a haircut: they're about men waking up to a new sense of self, and a new participation in their own lives.
Maybe it's because things have changed significantly since the original 2003 debut, in cultural outlook, as well as in the finesse of reality-show editing, but the new version feels much more relaxed, less a novelty, and emotionally richer.