Season 6 of ‘Queer Eye’ is coming to Netflix in Texas.

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Season 6 of ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ is coming to Netflix in Texas.

The Fab Five are saddling up and heading to the Lone Star State to kick off the New Year.

Netflix announced on Thursday that Queer Eye Season 6 will premiere on December 6th, after months of anticipation.

New Year’s Eve falls on the 31st of December.

Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, and Karamo Brown will be joining the Fab Five in Texas for the upcoming season.

The announcement was made alongside a first-look teaser for the sixth season.

The Voice alum Meghan Linsey and her fiancé, musiciansinger Tyler Cain, grace the scene with a new theme song, a country version of the show’s “All Things (Just Keep Getting Better)” from The Voice alum Meghan Linsey and her fiancé, musiciansinger Tyler Cain, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Along with advising people who need lifestyle makeovers, the group will spend time doing Southern-themed activities, such as line dancing, lasso throwing, and even tossing bay bails, as shown in the trailer.

Grab your tissues and settle in, because self-love is bigger in Texas, hunny! pic.twitter.comApdGM3LXfh

The show stars a food and wine expert (Porowski), a fashion expert (France), a culture expert (Brown), a design expert (Berk), and a grooming expert (Jonathan Van Ness) who visit men and women, gay and straight, to clean up neglected areas of their lives.

Following its debut on Netflix in 2018, the show quickly became a hit, garnering several season orders, with Netflix announcing in March 2020 that the series had been renewed for Season 6.

At the time, Netflix also confirmed that filming for the next season had already begun.

Filming was put on hold due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“Our show isn’t on a closed set, you know.”

Many shows have resumed production, but they are working on the same set every day and dealing with the same people.

At restaurants, stores, and salons, we’re dealing with thousands of different people,” Berk told PopCulture.com.

“As a result, it’s extremely difficult for us to maintain social distance and keep not only ourselves but also the crew and our heroes safe.”

Berk promised at the time,

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‘Queer Eye’ in Texas: Season 6 Release Date Revealed at Netflix

‘Queer Eye’ in Texas: Season 6 Release Date Revealed at Netflix

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