The First Trailer for ‘Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!’ Is Finally Here & It’s Fabulous
Since season one, Queer Eye has taken the Fab Five across Georgia and even all the way to Kansas City, Missouri. Now Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness are heading overseas.
Netflix announced earlier this year that the Fab Five is taking their finesse all the way to Japan with a truncated four-episode season called Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!. Now, at long last, we finally have the first trailer and—spoiler alert—it looks so good. Here, everything we know about the new mini season.
The Fab Five Just Dropped the Trailer
The Fab Five released the first full trailer for Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! today on social media and it proves their expertise knows no borders or bounds.
They’ll Have Some Help in the new season
In February of this year, France posted a picture of himself with model Kiko Mizuhara and captioned it, “The newest addition to the Fab5 crew, for our Japan episodes…the loveliest @i_am_kiko. Just wait until you get to know her. You are going to FALL. IN. LOVE.” In addition to Mizuhara, who’s being dubbed the Fab Five’s Tokyo guide, comedian, actress and fashion designer Naomi Watanabe is also set to make a cameo. With a nickname like the Japanese Beyoncé, obviously she had to be involved.
They’ll See the Sights
The Fab Five will get the chance to be immersed in the Japanese culture and experience local food, fashion and trends for themselves. Van Ness even posted a video of himself and France earlier this year riding a tour bus and captioned it, “Hi from Tokyo, shocker I know, but our hair looks stunning @tanfrance.” Agreed.
They’ll Learn a Little Bit of the Language
The evidence? Brown posted a photo of himself living his best polyglot life in a supes gorg hat. He wrote, “Konichiwa from Japan!”
And The Best part? the New Season Isn’t Far Away
Queer Eye: We're in Japan! will debut on Netflix on November 1 (!). So you better start bingeing if you’re not all caught up.
We have a feeling this is going to be good.
Additional reporting by Alexandra Hough