Queer Eye Introduces Their Season Four Heroes

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Queer Eye is a little over a week away from premiering its fourth season.

Equally as important to the Fab Five are the heroes, the subjects for the described “make better” show. A video was released by Netflix, introducing the latest batch. Let’s just say, we’re already feeling a little verklempt.

Granted, that’s the usual emotion when watching Queer Eye.

A new video released by Netflix showcases our eight new heroes with their episode description. We have, of course, Jonathan Van Ness’ former teacher (Kathi), a recently divorced farmer (Matt), a paralyzed victim of gun violence (Wesley), an ex-soldier who builds homes for homeless vets (Brandonn), a Mexican-American woman caught between her two cultures (Deanna), a bachelor in his 60s (Kenny), a single dad who needs to grow up (John), and a dedicated drill team leader (Wanda).

Kathi Dooley, 60-something — “Without Further Ado”
Jonathan returns to his hometown to make over his high school music teacher, a selfless educator whose fiery red mullet hasn’t changed in 30 years.

Wesley Hamilton, 30 — “Disabled But Not Really”
A former bad boy who turned his life around after becoming paralyzed gets a wheelchair-accessible home and a new image to match his positive outlook.

John Stoner, 37 — “Stoner Skates By”
His 10-year-old daughter calls him a “man child.” But can this larger-than-life single dad grow up and become the adult she needs him to be?

Wanda Winters, 54 — “How Wanda Got Her Groove Back”
A demanding drill-team leader who’s set in her ways learns to shed her tough skin, soften her style — and open up to her two grown daughters.

Kenny Yarnevich, 64 — “On Golden Kenny”
The Fab 5 help a kind but lonely bachelor find unconditional love and get his dusty home ready for visitors, the first guests he’s had in years.

Deanna Munoz, 42 — “A Tale of Two Cultures”
A proud Chicana woman and arts advocate trades her dated locks for a polished look that gives her the confidence to talk publicly about her passions.

Brandonn Mixon, 28 — “Soldier Returns Home”
A scruffy ex-soldier who builds houses for homeless veterans spruces up to reconnect with his wife and finds unexpected strength in vulnerability.

Matt Moreland, 33 — “Farm to Table”
A recently divorced farmer who’s weathered hard times makes room for self-care and turns his barn into a chic farm-to-table dining space.

Queer Eye debuts season four on July 19th.

Bec Heim

Senior Editor at 4YE
Rebecca "Bec" Heim is the Senior Editor for 4YE. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Scranton. She also has an MA in Film-Radio-Television from Syracuse University and an MFA in Screenwriting from Boston University. She enjoys reading through her ever growing mountain of books, talking way too much about superheroes, and trying to reach transcendental state.
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