We're getting a special miniseason of Queer Eye come November, and surprise, surprise, we're already crying just from watching the trailer.
In the special four-episode event, which drops globally on Netflix on Nov. 1 and is officially titled Queer Eye: We're in Japan!, the Fab Five head to Japan to meet with a whole new roster of deserving heroes. Model and actress Kiko Mizuhara serves as the guide to Antoni Porowski (Food and Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), Karamo Brown (Culture), and Tan France (Fashion) as they make their way through the country, and meet up with guest star and comedian Naomi Watanabe.
In the trailer for the new episodes, above, the Fab Five "roll up their gorgeous little gay sleeves and get to work" on transforming the lives of four special people. As you'll see in the footage, Yoko, 57, is a sweet hospice nurse who gets a lesson in self-care, while Kan, 27, struggles to live life as a "proud, out gay man" in Japan with his boyfriend. We'll also meet Kae, 23, a bullied manga artist who needs a major boost of self-esteem, and Makoto, 35, a "painfully shy" radio director who wants to recover the spark in his marriage.
Yep, we definitely have a lot to look forward to! Watch the trailer above, and then check out the best moments from the recently released season four.