Nailed It season two is still a genre-ignoring pile of exuberance and silliness, but Cooking on High is about as useful as a wet joint.
The reboot of Queer Eye was a revelation, the best new reality series of the year. The reboot of Trading Spaces was surprisingly lifeless.
If you need some happiness this weekend, you will find it in the premiere of Netflix’s version of Queer Eye and a new podcast parody from The Onion.
A brand-new Fab Five will be on Netflix’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, making over straight men in red states and trying to heal our country.
The cast of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy reunited on Bravo last night, and although it was an Andy Cohen-hosted reunion with all of its usual annoyances, the hour offered a lot of insight, and made one thing exceedingly clear: Bravo needs to resurrect this show, now. With a few exceptions, Bravo has been… continue reading
Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy debuted 10 years ago today, and to mark that anniversary, the network is airing an all-day marathon, from the premiere to the finale. It’s amazing to think it has been a decade since Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, and Jai Rodriguez (after the first two… continue reading
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy hasn’t aired in years, but the Bravo reality series lives on in syndication, and a Mormon bishop who watched it recently says that watching the show changed his mind about gay and lesbian people and prompted him to become an “ally and advocate.” Kevin Kloosterman writes in The Adovocate… continue reading
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy aired its final two episodes last night on Bravo, having started its final 10-episode season less than a month earlier. After having pushed back the final season from summer to fall, Bravo aired two episodes of the show every Tuesday night, essentially burning off the final season. And even… continue reading
Days after the first episode of the final season of his show aired, Queer Eye‘s Jai Rodriguez is on E!’s Dr. 90210 to visit Will Kirby. While he does not need treatment for an STD like Mike Malin did, he instead requests plastic surgery–specifically, Mario Lopez’s lips. The segment aired during Monday’s episode, and will… continue reading
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, the show eventually rebranded as Queer Eye, begins its last season tonight at 10 p.m. ET. It will round out its 100 episodes and five seasons with 10 final episodes, starting with a Susan Lucci-hosted pageant for some of the straight men that the Fab Five have remade over… continue reading
Queer Eye was just officially cancelled by Bravo, but the series may be given a second life in syndication. Starting soon, the show will replace the cancelled Megan Mullally Show in New York, L.A., and San Francisco. However, in addition to “fill[ing] an empty programming hole left on those stations,” the syndication of the series… continue reading
Four years after it first debuted, Queer Eye will end its run, as Bravo has cancelled the show. The final 10 episodes will air this summer. This isn’t exactly a surprise; the series’ impending end was rumored last summer, and one of the show’s stars said in August that the cast hadn’t yet been signed… continue reading
Queer Eye cast member Jai Rodriquez has confirmed rumors that the show may not return after this season ends. Jai tells After Elton that the Fab Five “haven’t been asked back for 2007. Maybe this is how we are going out with a bang.” He’s referring to last night’s episode, which featured the makeover of… continue reading
Queer Eye, the groundbreaking makeover show on Bravo, began airing just three years ago. And production just wrapped on the show’s 100th episode, which will air as part of the fifth season. (Of course, people stopped watching about 75 episodes ago, but it’s still a noteworthy milestone.) In an interview with the Cincinnati Enquirer, co-creator… continue reading
Two cable network reality series return tonight while a third cable network debuts a brand-new series. First, on Bravo, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List returns for its second season at 9 p.m. ET. Starting at 1 p.m., however, Bravo airs a marathon of the first season. It’s followed by Queer Eye, which returns… continue reading