Fans of hit Netflix series "Queer Eye," prepare to let out a jubilant cry of "Yasss Queen!": The streaming service has renewed the feel-good make-better series for not one, but two additional seasons.
Netflix announced the excellent news on Tuesday, revealing that season 4 of the reality show will once again take place in Kansas City, Missouri, the same setting as "Queer Eye" season three. Season five, meanwhile, will be shot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Seasons one and two were based in Atlanta.)
And the renewal wasn't even the best part of Netflix's news: Season four will arrive in just over one month, with new episodes set to debut on the streaming service on July 19. Check out this joyful promo video, and just try to stop yourself from bopping along with the Fab Five.
The guys -- Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food and wine), and Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) -- will head to Philly this month to begin production on season five. Those episodes are then set to air sometime in 2020.
Based on the Gritty cameo in the above promo, we're hoping that the Fab Five will also be providing some assistance to the oddball Flyers mascot. We can't think of a more appropriate candidate for a make-better.