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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy debuted on July 15, 2003 and the series quickly attained high ratings, peaking during September of that year with 3.34 million viewers per episode.The popularity of the series established the Fab Five as media celebrities, with high-profile appearances at the Emmys and a "make-better" of Jay Leno and his The Tonight Show set in August of that year.
The show also featured makeovers of members of the Boston Red Sox after their 2004 World Series victory, several holiday specials, and, in the final season, a "Mister Straight Guy" pageant featuring subjects from the series' history.Of the eventual Fab Five, only Kressley and Allen appeared.The culture, design and grooming roles were filled by James Hannaham, Charles Daboub, Jr. The pilot was delivered to Bravo during September 2002, and was well received in audience testing.Queer Eye won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program during 2004.The series' name was abbreviated to Queer Eye at the beginning of its third season to represent the show's change from making over only heterosexual men to including women and homosexual men.Soon thereafter NBC purchased Bravo and ordered 12 episodes of the series.
NBC promoted the show extensively, including billboard campaigns and print advertisements in national magazines.
Queer Eye is an American reality television series that premiered on the cable television network Bravo during July 2003.
The program's original name Queer Eye for the Straight Guy was changed after the third season to generalize the scope of its content.
The Five usually have a specific event for which they plan to prepare the subject.
These included everything from throwing a backyard barbecue for friends to preparing to ask for a salary increase to proposing marriage.
The series is premised on and uses the stereotypes that homosexual ("queer") men are superior in matters of fashion, style, personal grooming, interior design and culture.