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Season four of the Emmy-winning show takes place in Kansas City, Kansas, and is slated for a July 19 premiere date. Season five will begin production in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 24–with a premiere date set for some time in 2020.
“Have you missed us? We missed you too,” Queer Eye’s Twitter account wrote on Tuesday.
Have you missed us? (We missed you too. 💕) We’re back in Kansas City for Season 4, July 19. 🌈🌟 pic.twitter.com/6H0eIwLg8i— Queer Eye (@QueerEye) June 18, 2019
Most recently, the group starred in Taylor Swift’s new music video “You Need to Calm Down.” They will also have their own float in New York City’s Pride parade.
Berk recently told Page Six about the importance of the Queer Eye reboot and the legacy he hopes it leaves for this generation.
“We want people to realize that gays are just like everybody else,” he said. “We also wanted to show people that we weren’t coming to pick you apart, we’re coming in to show you everything that’s great about you that you didn’t see and help you to learn about yourself and love yourself more.”
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Dominic-Madori Davis is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California. She covers the internet, politics, and social issues.