Gone are the days when gay characters only had titular roles in series and only existed in Hollywood movies to continue the storyline. Time has evolved, and they do not exist to give comedic relief but occupy central parts of the series plot. Television shows are adopting and representing the LGBTQ community as widely as they deserve, and there are no better days to be alive.
Netflix mostly has a lot of series representing the LGBTQ community: Dear White people, Sex Education and Atypical. One of the series Queer Eye Brazil also premiered on Netflix in 2018, and the streamer has ordered a Brazilian version. The first season’s release is almost, and here is everything you need to know about the second season.
Queer Eye: Brazil Season 2 Release Date: When Will it Premiere?
The first season is yet to premiere; therefore, there is no set a date for the second season’s release. The season premiere depends on whether the series will appeal to the fans or not. If the series does well, we should expect the show to be renewed for the second season.2023 is the earliest we can expect the series’ second season.
Queer Eye: Brazil Season 2 Plot: What will Happen?
The second season’s plot is oblique at the moment, but the show will continue season one’s plot. The series plot focuses on lifestyle changes and adjustments that can be rectified to make life more fun. The cast is focused on bettering each other’s lives.
In interacting with different people of different cultures, the group understands what it means to accept and embrace themselves, irrespective of society’s opinions. The route interacts with many people; while at it, they have to learn about different cultures and unique experiences.
Queer Eye: Brazil Season 2 Cast: Who will be in?
The five friends make up the highlight of the drama series, and we should expect all of them to reprise their sassy roles in the show’s second season. The cast has some interesting characters, from doctors and stylists to influencers. Luca Scarpelli is cast as Luca, a Brazilian star who is both an influencer and digital creator. Rica Benozzati, who is cast as Rico, is a famous television personality and also works as a stylist.
Guto Requena, cast as Guto, is a human rights activist, fashion designer, and screenwriter. He will work with the others to bring the series to light. Yohan Nicholas, who casts as Yohan, is a famous beauty guru recognized for her talent in the first version premiered in 2018. Fred Nicacio, the last man in the group of five, is a dentist, a Brazilian activist and a reality star.
Queer Eye: Brazil Season 2 Trailer: When can we watch it?
A trailer of the second season is unavailable, but you can watch the first season’s trailer on Netflix. Netflix released the trailer a few weeks ago, and it is in Brazilian but has English subtitles. The one-minute trailer shows the five friends enjoying life, from lows to highs.
Rica, the stylist, got a lot of criticism after the series trailer, and fans will judge whether he was worth the critics after the first season drops. Similar shows on Netflix include First Kill, Heartstopper and Atypical. The English version of the show premiered on Netflix in 2018 might also interest you.