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Queer Eye renewed for two more seasons on Netflix with fourth series coming in July

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According to CNN, Netflix has renewed 'Queer Eye' for seasons 4 and 5. Season 4 debuts on July 19 and the Fab Five is returning to Kansas City for the season. Season 5 will be set in Philadelphia and will air in 2020. All five makeover experts will return for both seasons. 'Queer Eye' is a remake of...

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