Fifteen years have passed since the Emmy Award-winning series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy (its title eventually shortened to Queer Eye) debuted and changed the landscape of reality television. Now, a new Fab 5 returns Feb. 7 on Netflix in the revived lifestyle makeover series, Queer Eye.
In a new clip from the streaming service, the original guys (minus Ted Allen) sit down for a 'fab' lunch in a beautiful garden with the new cast members. "Well, cheers, queers!" Carson Kressley says, as he starts off the celebratory gathering.
The men talk about their experiences on the show, why the series is still culturally relative, and how great it is to have a more diverse cast this time around, with Karamo Brown and Tan France among those now involved.
The TV exec calls the Netflix show a 'beautiful full circle moment.'
The new cast includes: Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming) and Tan France (Fashion).
But we can't forget the OGs: Carson Kressley (Fashion), Tom Flicia (Interior Design), Ted Allen (Food & Drink, not present at this meetup), Jai Rodriguez (Culture), and Kyan Douglas (Grooming).
Watch the clip below:
Queer Eye, Available Wednesday, Feb. 7, Netflix