So you’ve watched every episode of Queer Eye and absorbed all of the boys’ advice. What show do you think you should start binge-watching next? We’ve all experienced the agony of reaching the end of a favorite show and realizing you have nothing else to fall back on, no series to binge or show to watch in the background as you relax. We all enjoy Queer Eye, but the unfortunate reality is that there are only so many episodes available. You’ll get to the conclusion eventually.
While we all appreciate the fact that the gentlemen on Queer Eye make an attempt to modify the way the people on the show seem, They cut their hair, teach them how to apply make-up properly, and dress appropriately. They also put in the effort to ensure that the characters in the show have a lovely place to live. If viewers appreciate seeing the insides of magnificent mansions, they could do a lot worse than watching Amazing Interiors, which, we can assure you, lives up to its name.
Tidying Up With Marie Kondo
Getting one’s life in order entails much more than simply putting on the appropriate clothing and straightening one’s hair. This is why a large part of Queer Eye’s mission is to change people’s minds by altering their environment and appearance. This episode, where Marie Kondo shows us all that we’ve been cleaning up wrong our entire lives, is a must-see for anyone who wants more instances of how changing things at home (tidying up and even tossing stuff away) can have a beneficial impact on one’s life.
Grace And Frankie
We chose Grace And Frankie as the first fictional show on our list because it has a similar vibe to Queer Eye in that it focuses on the reality that the world is made up of people of many types and promotes the importance of being as inclusive as possible. The show teaches us that people can change at any time in their life and that it is never too late to make the changes we need or require. This is exactly the kind of thing we enjoyed on Queer Eye!
This Netflix show follows a group of people as they attempt to repair a number of AirBnB rooms, but it lacks the money and characters of Queer Eye. It’s a new spin on classic home improvement shows. While it lacks some of the main components of our other favorite shows, it satisfies our need for something to watch in the background that will teach us how to best care for the rooms in our house.
The concept of how tough it may be to find love in modern society is one of the many things we see on a regular basis on the Queer Eye. This is especially true when the person whose life is being altered does not believe they can be loved for whatever reason. This show follows a person as they go on five dates with different people (each offering a unique experience on what is effectively the same date), before picking who they would like to go on a second date with to see whether love blossoms.
The Great British Bake Off
Okay, so this one is a little bit out there, and we can see why some people might avoid it, but there’s something about the relatively quiet atmosphere and twee sensibility that reminds us of watching Queer Eye. It’s a lot more reserved than a lot of what airs on American television, but we see it as a plus. While we wait for the new season of Queer Eye to premiere, turn on this show and let the relaxing feelings wash over you, washing away all of your worries.
Crazy Ex Girlfriend
This is not just a wonderful fictional picture of bad mental health (a condition that many participants on the Queer Eye show face), but it also has a similar tone. It’s about a lady who needs to overcome her problems and who shouldn’t allow herself to become bogged down and wallow, even though it’s tempting to do so. However, it also makes us chuckle along the way and includes a slew of amazing dance sequences. There’s nothing else just like it, so take a look!
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