The Fab Five are coming back, baby.
Queer Eye and five other series have been renewed by Netflix including One Day at a Time for a third season, and Dope, Drug Lords, Nailed It!, and The Toys That Made Us for their second seasons, The Hollywood Reporter reported Monday.
All of the shows outside of One Day at a Time are all relatively new unscripted series, showing Netflix’s commitment to giving reality-style television a fair shot at making it on the streaming platform.
Out of that lineup, Queer Eye probably garnered the most buzz online. It’s a reboot of the mid-2000s broadcast television show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, with a new lineup of queer guys who use their individual expertise to make other guys’ lives better. Instead of focusing on straight guys in New York, though, the new Queer Eye takes place around Atlanta and doesn’t just stick to straight guys.
The new Fab Five — Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan, Karamo, and Tan — have garnered a cult following online and the show’s wholesome, feel-good premise is intoxicating. In one episode, it can make you laugh, cry, and give you a handful of tips to make your life just a little bit better.
There is no expected release for the new Queer Eye season, but THR reports that it’s expected in 2018. One Day at a Time‘s 13-episode third season is expected in 2019, the docuseries Dope is coming back April 20, and the other three shows do not have expected release dates.