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Queer Eye season 4 Netflix release date: How many episodes?


Queer Eye season four is finally here after a long four months of waiting. Seasons one to four are available to stream and download on Netflix now. This season, the Fab Five have returned to make over eight new heroes in Kansas City, Missouri. 

When is Queer Eye season 4 out on Netflix?

Queer Eye season four premieres on Netflix today (Friday, July 19).

To watch Queer Eye, you can sign up to a 30-day free trial of the global streaming site.

After the trial is complete you can subscribe to Netflix from £5.99 per month.

Netflix also has a download option which means you can watch episodes of Queer Eye on the go via the Netflix app.

The first three seasons of Queer Eye are also available to stream and download on Netflix now.

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How many episodes are in Queer Eye season 4?

There are eight episodes in Queer Eye season four, each 45 minutes long.

All eight episodes will be available to stream and download in one go, so you can binge-watch the new series of Queer Eye over the weekend.

The first episode, titled Without Further Ado, will see the Fab Five visit the state of Illinois.

There, they will return to grooming expert, Jonathan Van Ness’ high school to makeover this old orchestra teacher, Mrs Kathi Dooley.

The remaining seven episodes take place in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Episode two, titled Disabled But Not Really, will follow the story of Wesley, who was left paralysed after being shot in the back.

Episode three called Stoner Skates will follow John who wants to be there for his daughter Lucy.

Episode four which is called How Wanda Got Her Groove Back follows Wanda, a workaholic mother of two daughters.

Episode five is called On Golden Kenny and follows elderly man Kenny whose house is in desperate need of a makeover.

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Episode six is titled A Tale of Two Cultures and follows Deanna, who has been wearing the same make-up and hairstyle since the 90s.

In episode seven, A Solider Returns Home, the Fab Five meet Brandon.

In episode eight, titled Farm to Able, The Fab Five makeover Matt, who reveals he has “never had an in-depth conversation with a gay person before.”

You can watch the trailer introducing this season’s heroes above now.

Queer Eye season 4 is streaming on Netflix now

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