QUEER EYE’s Fab Five Get Down With ‘Appy-fixes’ in Deutschland. Now… Are You Interested?
Self-love is a universal language, as Queer Eye Germany demonstrates. Despite the fact that the Netflix spinoff has a new Fab Five — Leni Bolt (life), David Jakobs (beauty), Jan-Henrik Scheper-Stuke (fashion), Aljosha Muttardi (health), and Ayan Yuruk (design) — the makeovers they provide to everyday heroes are just as joyful and inspiring as the original series.
Queer Eye Germany, the first international version of the iconic American television show Queer Eye, debuted to enthusiastic public response. The Netflix series follows five specialists in the fields of beauty, life, fashion, design, and wellness who join forces to help “heroes” alter their lives. These heroes are ordinary people with inspiring life stories who are chosen for a significant lifestyle change based on nominations from their peers or close friends.
The series introduces a new hero in each episode. Season one featured a single parent who wanted to go back into dating, a depressed woman who felt she had missed out on a lot, and a young sports coach who wanted to come out.
It introduces a brand new fab five: Leni Bolt, a work/life coach, Jan-Henrik-Scheper-Stuke, an aspiring banker-turned-fashion guru with a thing for bow ties, Ayan Yuruk, a design virtuoso who believes in “community by design,” David Jakobs, a beauty expert who gives the heroes inspiring makeovers, and Aljos Though it would be fantastic to see them in season two, no definite information on whether the Fab Five will remain on the show is known at the time of writing.
Fab Five is unlikely to alter in future episodes, based on the show’s concept. Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness play expert roles in all 58 episodes of Queer Eye’s American version.
Season one of Queer Eye Germany premiered on March 9, 2022, and fans have been waiting for the renewal announcement for season two ever since.
The show has already prompted great comments, leaving viewers yearning for more in a possible second season by leaning into the tried-and-true formula that helped Queer Eye U.S. land six seasons (plus three standalone specials).
Despite the fact that Netflix has yet to renew Queer Eye Germany for a second season, early reviews are positive. “It’s so bloody gorgeous,” Rebecca Nicholson of The Guardian remarked. “It’s hard to watch without feeling caught up, just like the American version.”
“Each episode takes the same blueprint and turns it into individual gold strands….” It’s incredibly touching, as well as humane and decent. No matter what language it is broadcast in, feel-good television is well-received. And, as the Germans say, “Go, gal!”
Meanwhile, Adam Lock of Ready Set Cut described Queer Eye Germany as a “emotional and enriching” show with “always great changes” and genuine and deserving subjects. He, too, “cried the odd tear” as the Fab Five gave “motivational mantras and plenty of innuendos” with “plenty of hugging and finger-clicking.” While the original Queer Eye is difficult to beat, “this European addition makes a sincere try,” according to Lock.
While you wait for an official announcement, here’s everything you need to know about a prospective Queer Eye Germany Season 2.
Season 2 premiere date for Queer Eye Germany
The success of Queer Eye’s first international spinoff, Queer Eye Brazil, which Netflix first announced in late 2020, could influence the future of other spinoffs. The German installment, on the other hand, is largely unknown ground. Fans can expect to see more of the German Fab Five in late 2022 if the show follows the same release schedule as the American version, which normally releases two seasons per year (plus interim specials).
Season 2 Cast of Queer Eye Germany
If Netflix decides to continue Queer Eye Germany for a second season, Leni, Jan-Henrik, David, Aljosha, and Ayan are expected to return to give their expertise in their fields. Every episode will also feature an amazing metamorphosis of a new hero. A young soccer coach’s coming out tale, a single father re-entering the dating world, and a “shaken” young woman’s quest to ultimately enjoying life were among the themes tackled in Season 1.
Season 2 of Queer Eye Germany’s trailer
We shouldn’t expect a trailer for Queer Eye Season 2 until we get an official update on the season.