Queer Eye

I’ve finished the latest season and I really loved every episode! I’ve never been able to say that before with previous seasons. I loved that a lot of the hero’s this time round were everyday people who were impacted by the pandemic and the gang were helping them get back on their feet.

Side note but I know Karamo’s category is Culture but surely that needs changing? He’s seems to focus more on being a person the hero can talk to or process their emotions. May as well be a life coach at this point!
 
The daughter in the first episode really annoyed me.

Honestly she should have got the life make over as she seemed miserable person.

The mother seemed really happy and enjoying her life.

Admittedly I'm only about 15 minutes into it.
 
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The daughter in the first episode really annoyed me.

Honestly she should have got the life make over as she seemed miserable person.

The mother seemed really happy and enjoying her life.

Admittedly I'm only about 15 minutes into it.
Ha. Yeah I wasn't a fan of the daughter at first. You probably softened a bit towards her by the end.

How amazing did Terri look when they went back a year later? Her natural hair was lovely.
 
The format was completely oversaturated which is bound to happen when you squeeze 40 episodes out in a year, when the show is like a 10-episode a year type deal maximum. I enjoy the new season.
 
Jonathan van Ness own show, called Getting Curious, inspired by his podcast, arrives January 28. I'm excited!

Jonathan Van Ness to host Netflix show Getting Curious, inspired by his podcast — see first look images
The new series featuring the Queer Eye star will debut on the streamer in January.
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Things are becoming curiouser and curiouser for Jonathan Van Ness.

The Queer Eye star will be branching out at Netflix with a solo project inspired by his weekly podcast Getting Curious, EW has exclusively learned. Van Ness will host a new reality series of the same name, with each episode diving deep into a question that makes the host curious. The show, produced by World of Wonder (the same company behind RuPaul's Drag Race), will debut on Netflix in January.

Per the official logline, "From skyscrapers to bugs, or from gender identity to snacks, each episode follows Jonathan as he meets with experts in various fields to uncover complexities in a wide range of subjects."

Van Ness has hosted the Getting Curious podcast since 2015 (predating Queer Eye's debut), exploring a wide range of topics with various expert and celebrity guests. Recent episodes include "Who Built the Panama Canal?," "How Sharp Is the History of Scissors?," "What's the Cure for Vaccine Misinformation?," and "How Do You Bring It On?," featuring Gabrielle Union.

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Jonathan Van Ness | Credit: Netflix
https://ew.com/tv/jonathan-van-ness-to-host-netflix-show-getting-curious/

I wanna see their tour thing but it's only in the UK for 2 dates and with coronavirus and all it seems lik a big risk in Europe... Hope he comes to Amsterdam hopefully someday.
 
I have only seen the first two episodes of the new season so far and they were both 10/10. I teared up when Terri showed up in her natural hair looking stunning after the lockdown. Beautiful episodes! Previous seasons have been very easy to watch but mostly hit-or-miss, hope this one stays on a high note.
 
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I have only seen the first two episodes of the new season so far and they were both 10/10. I teared up when Terri showed up in her natural hair looking stunning after the lockdown. Beautiful episodes! Previous seasons have been very easy to watch but mostly hit-or-miss, hope this one stays on a high note.
This season's absolutely brilliant. I think there was only 1 episode that I didn't enjoy as much, but even that was still good. There are some excellent ones though.
 
I kind of feel like you could tell Terri was probably a pretty shitty person during her episode, she seemed a little unhinged.
 
This season has been brilliant, with so many highlights. The uninhibited joy, warmth and connectedness from these five is wonderful to see. The one with the barn had me an emotional mess from start to finish. I do wish there was more of this show, or at least this type of programming, and I'd be interested to see a UK version.
 
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I kind of feel like you could tell Terri was probably a pretty shitty person during her episode, she seemed a little unhinged.
She seemed off kilter, but not just downright evil. If I recall, they mentioned ADD at one point, and I could see that, so I didn't really look past that to be honest.
 
really enjoying it so far. I thought I was a mess after the Crawfish episode but then the special needs animal shelter episode has ended me, it’s like they wanted to pull at every single heart string.
Wow, I was not prepared for this episode. I‘m an absolute emotional mess right now. Basically the same as poor Antoni.
 
We binged the whole season for Germany on the day of release. Love the cast, loved the heroes. I think I prefer the general vibe over the base show, actually.
 
Mobile game announced. Here for something as fun and choatic as that Kim K. game.

Queer Eye announces first cross-media partnership with Project Makeover
Latest cross-media collaboration for IMG following Brit Awards and McLaren appearance in Roblox
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April 20th, 2022 - 04:00pm
By Aaron Astle, Staff Writer
Cross-media partnerships continue to make waves in the mobile gaming space, with Emmy-winning show Queer Eye announcing its first-ever mobile app partnership, joining Magic Tavern's Project Makeover.

Released in 2020, Project Makeover has reached more than 67 million downloads, is swapping out its usual characters for the "Fab Five" for a limited time.

The partnership between Queer Eye and Project Makeover was facilitated by IMG, continuing the recent trend of cross-media collaborations. Roblox recently partnered with the Brit Awards to launch the first virtual VIP party for an awards show on the platform, and also released the newly revealed McLaren MCL36 as a virtual car in its McLaren F1 racing experience.

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Magic Tavern, a partner studio of AppLovin, saw Project Makeover reach the top of the most downloaded game list in 142 countries.

Mike Chera, creative director at Magic Tavern, stated: “The partnership between Project Makeover and Queer Eye is one of the best examples of a collaboration between gaming and entertainment because of our shared views. We are honoured to appeal to such a diverse audience across age groups, gender, and more with a message of positivity. This is what made the Fab Five, whose show inspires fans around the world, the perfect fit for Project Makeover.

"We wanted the best for the Fab Five – we worked directly with them for their guidance so that we could ensure that players felt they were interacting with the characters from the show, and we are excited about what we were able to achieve."

Scout Productions CEO and Queer Eye creator David Colins added: "We’re thrilled about this partnership with Magic Tavern and can’t wait to see what fans come up with alongside Bobby, Tan, Karamo, Jonathan, and Antoni."

Cross-media promotions and partnership are becoming an increasingly important means of forwarding mobile brands. Netflix's recent announcement of its Exploding Kittens mobile game was accompanied by the reveal of an adult-oriented animated show, and Rovio recently spoke to PocketGamer.biz on protecting the Angry Brands IP and values outside of its mobile games.
https://www.pocketgamer.biz/news/78634/magic-tavern-queer-eyes-project-makeover/
 

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