Queer Eye: Brazil Review 2022 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
The Queer Eye is back, except this time it’s featuring a Brazilian cast. After all, it has all the ingredients from the very successful American version. And on a show like this, that’s the best you could have hoped for.
WHEREAS The Queer Eye: Brazil may start off a bit boring with the opening scene, it soon draws you in. Within minutes, the new fab five is hard not to like. Most likely if you are watching the Brazilian version of the The Queer Eye, you will have seen the more popular American version. So if that’s the case, you’ll know exactly what to expect from the six episodes in the first season.
In the first episode, we see a divorced press worker who is stuck in the past. She has to learn that she has to give up old habits (and old furniture) in order to try to be happy. This kind of format follows each episode, with the other main points being a devoted mother who is too busy taking care of her trans son to keep up with her own happiness, and so on. These are exactly the kind of heartwarming stories we’ve grown to love The Queer Eye. And this version does well by keeping them part of the show.
The episode titles are also consistent with the show, and when such thought has gone into a title, it proves to be well studied in the show (these titles are “Monsters, Out!”, “It’s About Seeing Love,” “A Woman beautiful’, ‘Life’, ‘Diva and Debt’, ‘A Big Heart’ and ‘A Pet’s Best Friend’).
However, there is one individual that the audience can favor more than anyone, and that is Seba from the last episode, simply because he rescues animals and works as an animal taxi. Furthermore, in this version of Queer Eye, the top five are Yohan, Rica, Luca, Guto and Fred. They may be yet to make their mark as much as Tan, Karamo, Jonathon, Bobby or Antoni in their first season. But while saying this, they still have a sense of quality surrounding them.
The Queer Eye: Brazil it is exactly what you expect it to be. And yes, it follows the perfection of the original! To sum it up in a few words that describe the show? Warm, funny, feel good, happy and most of all, weird!