Weeks after announcing a release date for its third season, Netflix’s Queer Eye has debuted its official trailer, and it’s best to keep your tissues handy.
The emotional trailer introduces a new group of heroes the Fab Five will “make better,” including the show’s first lesbian who’s searching for self-confidence and self-love after coming out at 16 years old.
“They expect me to be someone else — more black, less white, more gay, less gay. I feel like I don’t belong,” says Jess, who is later seen crying with Karamo Brown. However, she can later be heard thanking the group for making her feel like herself again. “I went from being this lost teenager to being … a fierce queen.”
Others include a former alcoholic, a woman who abandoned self-care after the death of her brother, and the show’s first duo, comprising Kansas City’s only female pitmasters and barbecue restaurant owners.
The trailer’s emotional moments are also met with comedy, words of affirmation, and an abundance of gasps as the Fab Five—made up of Brown, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness—impact the lives of Kansas City residents.
Queer Eye season three premieres March 15 on Netflix.