Shows & Features

  • Queer Eye

    Seasons 1-8

    A new Fab Five is here to help all their heroes refine their wardrobes, beauty lives, diet, cultural pursuits, and home décor. More than a makeover, Queer Eye brings each hero into their own, giving them all the gorgeous tools to be their best selves. Focusing not only on the exterior, Queer Eye touches the hearts of many for its LGBTQ and BIPOC representation. Visiting new cities every season, there’s always a new community to see, heroes to meet, and makeovers to love.

    The series has won multiple awards, including 4 consecutive Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Structured Reality Program”, an Emmy for “Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program”, 3 consecutive GLAAD awards for Best Reality Program, and an individual Critics Choice Award for Jonathan Van Ness as Break Out Star of The Year in 2019. Beloved by fans and critics alike, Queer Eye has been picked up for a sixth season, coming soon. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll be living for the makeovers.

    “How did we live before this Fab Five entered our lives? The Queer Eye reboot is even better than it should have been. These Georgia boys are more than just makeover consultants: They are healers and sages for our time, not to mention sublimely bitchy quip machines.” – Rob Sheffield For Rolling Stone

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  • Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

    In the TV adaptation of Jonathan’s hit podcast Getting Curious Jonathan tackles a new question in each episode. Jonathan ventures into the world meeting multiple experts in each episode and getting their hands dirty along the way to answer a question burning in his mind. Tune in now on Netflix to watch comedy meets curiosity in this unique series.

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  • Gay of Thrones

    Seasons 1-6

    Hair Stylist extraordinaire Jonathan Van Ness recaps episodes of Game of Thrones using his unique brand of panache, flair, and fabulousness.

    A self-professed Game of Thrones superfan, Jonathan Van Ness began recapping every episode of the HBO fantasy series back in 2013, turning the salon into the perfect stage to review every intense moment from the previous week’s episode. Each episode of Gay of Thrones, available at Funny or Die, features a different guest going over the current events in Westeros with Jonathan at the styling chair. Guests included Margaret Cho, Gabrielle Union, Trixie Mattel, Maria Bamford, Kumal Nanjiani, Tiffany Haddish and even actual Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen.