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While the world can sometimes seem dark and divisive, at the very least we have Queer Eye to show us that there’s still hope for humanity yet.
So that you don’t miss out on any of Jonathan’s sassy pep talks or Antoni’s mac ‘n’ cheese recipes, we’ll tell you where you can watch all the new episodes of the rebooted Queer Eye online.
And, if you want to see where it all began, we’ve also got all the goss on where you can watch all the episodes of the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy online too.
If you’re wanting to watch the rebooted version of Queer Eye, then Netflix is where it’s at. Here you can watch the Fab Five help people realise their inner and outer beauty.
Watch grooming consultant Jonathan Van Ness transform hair and lives, fashion designer Tan France change peoples’ wardrobes for the better and culture expert Karamo Brown get even the hardest nuts to crack. Meanwhile, Antoni Porowski is there to cook up a storm (sort of), while interior designer Bobby Berk overhauls peoples’ homes.
From about £5.99 a month, you can get access to the first three seasons, with a fourth out soon.
Dive back into the past and watch episodes from the original series, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, which ran from 2003 to 2007. While you can’t watch the reboot here, you can go back to where it all began and see how the original Fab Five transformed peoples’ lives.
With the reality TV streaming platform Hayu, you can watch all four seasons, as well as shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, all for about £4.99 a month. Or get a free trial and binge as much as you can for free.
With an Amazon Prime subscription, which costs about £7.99 a month, you can get access to Hayu, which includes all four seasons of the original Fab Five series. Again, you can only watch Queer Eye for the Straight Guy here, so no Jonathan Van Ness, unfortunately.
There are a handful of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy episodes available on YouTube too – for free! Although, keep in mind that they haven’t been uploaded by an official channel, so they may well be taken down.
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