Critic Consensus: Earnest and endearing, Queer Eye's tear-inducing reality wiles continue to challenge social norms -- and, in its best moments, the Fab Five themselves.
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The dark underside to the Fab Five's affirming messages about confidence and self-acceptance are that everything bad that happens to you is your fault.
Ever-so-gently, the Fab Five test out how anyone can possibly try to construct their "best" selves once the social proscriptions for how to dress and act have been lifted.
Queer Eye shines a light on the toxic environments that can lead to stagnancy and unhappiness, and cheerfully shows the viewer the tools to deal with them.
The eight-episode series bounces on a rhythm of optimistic acceptance where the original Queer Eye on Bravo shimmied to undermine persisting prejudices. Exceedingly formatted, the result is still just too sugar-coated for my palate.
Queer Eye is a reality television program, and is as prone to blatant emotional manipulation and nakedly capitalist bootstrap logic as any other. But it's a contemporary kind, and one that channeled the zeitgeist better than most...
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