Queer Eye season three review – feelgood TV doesn't get any better https://t.co/YX9xMyQRRD— The Guardian (@guardian) March 15, 2019
- Season 3 takes that feel-good sensation to new levels with the first makeovers to a duo and a lesbian.
- Karamo is the MVP this season. Every moment he went into the spotlight, he shined.
- People are criticizing them a bit for spending too much on the renovations.
- Season 3 is streaming now on Netflix.
'Queer Eye' may have an explicit message about inner empowerment, but implicitly all the transformation scenes are centred on turning the hapless heroes into wealthier (or wealthier-looking) versions of themselves.https://t.co/1qYhROeFuU— HuffPost India (@HuffPostIndia) March 14, 2019
Slay, Kansas City, slay: 7 ways the new âQueer Eyeâ perf... https://t.co/8jE7iyLZR5— gary johnson (@garywinkc) March 16, 2019
@Nightline special correspondent @Adaripp on the road with the cast of @QueerEye, dishing about the show’s new season. @antoni, @jvn, @KaramoBrown, @tanfrance, @bobbyberk. https://t.co/r6jnIvJJaj pic.twitter.com/RSIDGJ8y5I— Nightline (@Nightline) March 9, 2019
Karamo Brown (@Karamo) calls season 3 of @Netflix's hit reboot #QueerEye "one of the most exceptional seasons thus far." The new season is available to stream now https://t.co/6gFYxwoJ93 pic.twitter.com/TISB9fCrC3— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 15, 2019
ONTD, have you started season 3?