Premiere Date & First-Look Photos From Netflix Makeover Show

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The Fab Five are coming back next month and bound for Philadelphia. Netflix said today that Season 5 of its revived reality/makeover staple Queer Eye will premiere its 10 episodes on June 5. Check out some first-look photos above and below, along with the new key art.

Again preparing to make cool cats out of the stylistically challenged are Antoni Porowski (food and wine specialist), Bobby Berk (interior design), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming), Karamo Brown (culture) and Tan France (fashion). They’re all set to bring their brand of self-love, confidence and encouragement to a new group of the unhip.

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The revived series, which already has been renewed for Season 6 on the streamer. has scored seven Emmys since its 2018 revival, including back-to-back wins for Outstanding Structured Reality Program.

Queer Eye is executive produced by David Collins, Michael Williams and

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Netflix Doc Captures St. Charles Women’s ‘Secret Love’

ST. CHARLES, IL — A new Netflix documentary tells the love story of two women who lived together in St. Charles for decades, using various cover stories to hide their relationship after falling in love in the 1940s. “A Secret Love” centers on Terry Donahue and Pat Henschel as they debate whether to get married after coming out to their families in their 80s.

The two women met in 1947 during the offseason for Donahue, who played for the Peoria Redwings in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, the inspiration for the 1992 film “A League of Their Own.”

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Following Donahue’s career, they lived together on Third Avenue for decades, telling friends and family they were roommates trying to save a little money, uncertain if their relationship would be accepted. Director Chris Bolan, Donahue’s great-nephew, filmed the documentary between 2013 and 2018.

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The 8 Most Soothing TV Shows to Watch on Netflix Right Now

As our long national coronavirus nightmare continues, finding ways to relax and unwind has become more crucial than ever. Some are recommitting to meditation practices; some are working out stress and anxiety on solitary jogs. Personally, I’m dealing with all this by swaddling myself in blankets until I resemble an expertly wrapped Mission-style burrito and watching hours upon hours of Netflix.

Movies are a classic comfort-watching option, but sometimes you just don’t have the attention span for a movie. (Stress is, after all, linked to distraction). That doesn’t mean you don’t deserve quality entertainment, though; below, find a list of TV shows guaranteed to help take your mind off COVID-19, in one way or another. (Please note that Tiger King does not make this list, primarily because I can’t be alone in finding all that tiger print extremely stressful.)


<h1 class="title">Julia comes in 3rd place on June 2</h1> <cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Everett Collection</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Everett Collection

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From Love Is Blind to The Circle, Netflix Is Getting Terrifyingly Good at Reality TV

If you plan to take “Netflix and chill” literally this Valentine’s Day, then rejoice, for the platform provides. In the tradition of risible cable reality hits like Married at First Sight and 90 Day Fiancé, its new “social experiment” Love Is Blind follows couples who’ve been thrust on the fast track to marriage. The twist is that they don’t lay eyes on each other until they’re engaged; each “date” consists solely of a chat between one man and one woman lounging in separate “pods.” (As is too often the case with dating shows, logistics exclude same-sex couples from the fantasy.) Debuting Feb. 13 and airing its finale on Feb. 27, and hosted, for some reason, by Jessica Simpson’s ex and former 98 Degree frontman Nick Lachey and his current wife, TV personality Vanessa Lachey, Love Is Blind asks whether singles who aren’t thinking with their libidos might be better

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