Queer Eye was one of the reality TV highlights of last year, and with its return in 2019 we’re wondering, where is the Queer Eye season 3 location?

The show previously took place in Atlanta, Georgia. However, the Fab Five have since decided to take their expertise elsewhere.

So, let’s take a look at where Queer Eye season 3 is set – and why!


Queer Eye’s Fab 5, Netflix 2018

Queer Eye: We’re In Japan!

The Queer Eye team currently have their own spin-off series in the pipeline called Queer Eye: We’re In Japan.

The gang were reportedly spotted filming in Asia with former One Direction star Harry Styles.

So yes, the boys are heading to Japan, although this isn’t where season 3 is set.

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Queer Eye Season 3: Location Change!

Season 1 and 2 or Queer Eye were both filmed in Atlanta, Georgia.

However, season 3 will change location and will see the boys working their magic 800-miles south in Kansas City, Missouri.

Why Kansas City?

One of the Fab Five, Bobby Berk, was raised in Missouri – we’re sure that season 3 will radiate a sense of homecoming for the star!

Also, according to The Kansas City Star, it’s one of the gang’s favourite city in the whole world.

During their interview, the Fab Five praised the city considerably. Even Queer Eye creator and executive producer David Collins had his say, calling it “the most amazing city”.

It’s also recognised as having become much more progressive in recent years. We can’t wait to see them there!


Queer Eye Season 3 Release Date

Season 3 looks set to be with us in 2019, although a release date is unknown as of yet. We do know that they STARTED filming last Summer.

Now that we can rest assured knowing season 3 is on the way, what can we expect next?

Queer Eye Season 4

As of now, there is no official confirmation of a fourth season. 

Season 3 was commissioned after season 2 aired. By our calculations, when season 3 arrives, so will news of season 4.


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