With everything that's happening in the world, it's nice to know that we can rely on Netflix "Queer Eye" to keep pulling on our hearts.
The last season was filmed during a sultry summer in Philadelphia before the COVID-19 pandemic. The basic formula "Queer Eye" has not changed. The Fab Five have again made it their mission to help ten people improve their game in the areas of interior design, fashion, cooking, care and culture.
But the show is adept at finding the perfect guests to fit into this template, whether it's a gay pastor or a fighting dog groomer. There are also interesting ways to break the formula and tell the Fab Five more about their personality and past.
Above all, "Queer Eye" feels like a perfect comfort display. It takes us to a time when hugs were the perfect way to greet new friends and convinced us that our personal demons can be defeated – we are just someone who points us in the right direction and maybe we too buys new clothes.
In addition to our review, we are also discussing current plans to re-open cinemas and listeners' response to our review of "Space Force".
You can listen to our review in the player below, subscribe to Apple Podcasts, or find us in a podcast player of your choice. If you like the show, please let us know by rating Apple. You can also follow us on Twitter and give us feedback directly. (Or suggest shows and films that we can check!)
If you want to continue, the episode is broken down as follows:
0:35 Answer from the "Space Force" listener
5:31 Reopening of the cinema
16:24 "Queer Eye" season 5 review
11:57 pm "Queer Eye" Season 5 spoiler discussion