Published On: Mon, Jul 16th, 2018

Netflix’s Hit ‘Queer Eye’ All New Season 3 To Be Filmed In Kansas City

Yep, it’s true. Gear up ‘Queer Eye’ fans. Third season of the Netflix hit is in the way. Everyone’s favorites The Fab Five will be back in an all new season of Queer Eye.

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If you’re a fan of the Fab Five then you will be delighted to know that the filming and production of season 3 will be starting on July 16 which stars Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France and Antoni Porowski. The brand new season will be comprised of a total of 8 episodes.

The only disadvantageous aspect is that the new season will be available to watch in 2019. Now, this is definitely disappointing for every Queer Eye fan.

Queer Eye is a reboot of Bravo’s hit series from a decade ago ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ and highlights the social problems and issues like rights of LGBTQ, religion and discrimination.

The big announcement was made just after Queer Eye received four Emmy nominations. The categories are Casting, Picture Editing, Cinematography and Structured Reality Program.

Queer Eye’s polisher, Jonathan Van Ness celebrated the Emmy nominations on Instagram and also mentioned Emmy nomination of his funny series ‘’Gay of Thrones’’.

Further, to celebrate the enormous success in Emmy nominations, all the show’s cast members gathered to share the joy.

To much surprise, location of season three shooting will be different than the previous two seasons. The team will move out of Atlanta and go to the Kansas City.

The Mayor of Kansas City made a casting call in April, which announced that Queer Eye season 3 is searching for men, women and couples within an hour of Kansas City.

Karamo Brown recently posted a video in which he was seen swimming with the co-stars in the Infinity Edge pool at a luxurious apartment in Kansas City.

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