Queer Eye Season 7: Release Date, Cast, And New Details

There are endless shows to binge watch on Netflix, but none of them are quite like "Queer Eye." The show features five men who completely transform peoples' lives. From their clothing and beauty routine to their confidence and eating habits, these men come in as Godmother-like figures to help people find their life path. It's magical, and the world needs more of it. Which means that, naturally, people are looking for a "Queer Eye," Season 7. 

While Queer Eye originally came out in 2003, the reboot took Netflix by storm in 2018 (via IMDb). Since then, the feel-good show has had a whopping 6 Seasons. Each time, the Fab 5 — Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France and Bobby Berk — touches down in a new city to change lives. The show has incredible ratings on Rotten Tomatoes, with Season 5 even scoring a whopping 100%. Bottom line: people are obsessed with this show.

Here's everything we know about "Queer Eye," Season 7. Because you're going to want to be the first to know about this series' new episodes.

There's no word on Queer Eye, Season 7

Let's get straight to the point; there is no release date for "Queer Eye," Season 7. Don't worry, though. That doesn't mean that there won't be another season of the Netflix show. In fact, if we had to guess, we'd say that there is likely another season coming sometime in 2022. 

"Queer Eye," Season 6 just came out on December 31, 2021. That means that people need some time to binge and critique the season before the show gets slotted for another season. Like mentioned before, there will likely be another season. Ratings are not the issue when it comes to a new season, but the pandemic is. 

Up until the beginning of the pandemic, Netflix was launching 2 Seasons of the show per year since it launched in 2018 (via IMDb). Unfortunately, like most things, the pandemic slowed the process (via USA Today). There was a year and a half gap between the 5th and 6th seasons of "Queer Eye". That's the longest fans have ever gone without a season, so fingers crossed that they don't have to wait that long for another season.

Even the Fab 5 are excited to be back after that long of a hiatus. "After a year and a half, we're FINALLY BACK," Tan France said in an Instagram caption.

The cast of Queer Eye is a staple

Although the launch dates and lengths between the seasons may change, there is one thing that stays the same — the Fab 5. Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France and Bobby Berk are all staples in the show. If the show is picked up for another season, there's a good chance that the cast will stay the same.

Since the beginning, the five men have been active on the show. Each man has a different role. Brown is a pop culture expert, Van Ness is a master hair wiz, Porowski is a chef, France handles all things fashion, and Berk covers interior design (via TV Guide). Together the five cast members make a well-rounded, completely balanced show, and the show wouldn't be the same without them.

While each man has other endeavors besides just the show, they always make it a point to come together to film and change lives. The five men haven't missed a single episode together the entire time they've been shooting for Netflix, and it's likely that Season 7 will be the exact same. 

Queer Eye has won tons of awards

In case you're not quite sure how loved this show is, allow us to put it in perspective. "Queer Eye" has been around for 6 Seasons and has won a whopping nine Emmy Awards in that time (via People). So not only does the show have a crazy high rating by people who watch, but the academy has also weighed in. If that's not an indication that the show will likely be picked up for another season, then we don't know what is.

Of course, the show is much bigger than just awards. The five men are actually changing the lives of every person on the show for the better. That's worth another season for sure. 

"It's been amazing to be on a show that's able to win awards like an Emmy but be a show that's out there doing good as well," Bobby Berk said in a People interview. "And to be a show that we really enjoy doing; a show that is making a difference but is also being recognized is also a dream come true."