This article discusses 7 series like Netflix’s Queer Eye: Brazil you must watch.
Queer Eye: Brazil is a reality show that follows five style and lifestyle experts that guide a new contestant per episode on a journey of self-discovery and transformation. And as the audiences watch, there are plenty of laughs, screams, and tears. But with only 6 episodes that are easy and easy to breeze through, you might be looking for something similar to watch. Well, you’re in luck, as below is a list of 7 shows that are in a similar vein.
Like for Like – 7 series like Queer Eye: Brazil
Queer Eye (2018)
You can’t have a list without the OG series. Although the very original series aired from 2003-2007, the reboot (2018-Now) is very much in the audience’s mind. With a new “fab five”, it’s proven to be a huge success; and is the blueprint for all current Queer Eye spin-offs.
Married at First Sight: Australia (2015)
With drama, cheating, transformation and wine-throwing among the show’s highlights, MAFS: Australia is one of the best shows currently on TV.
Married at First Sight: UK (2015)
Whilst the first six series of the British version of MAFS didn’t live up to the Australian version at all; it seemed destined to live in the shadows of MAFS: Australia. However, the newest series has just started airing on C4, and so far, it might just prove it’s not to be dismissed just yet.
Love is Blind (2020)
The dating show is the love-it or hate-it show on Netflix. And much like Queer Eye, it has both an American and Brazilian version. In terms of the American version, there are only two series, so it’s not a long watch by any means.
Indian Matchmaking (2020)
With likable and hatable characters from the get-go, the show follows a professional marriage consultant/matchmaker as she tries to bring couples together. But whether she’s any good at it is for you to judge.
Making the Cut (2020)
With Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn fronting the competition show, the aim is to find the next big name in fashion.
Ugly Betty (2006)
Unlike the other entries on the list, this is not a reality show. Instead, it’s the much-loved ABC series that aired in the 00s. And like the other entries on the list, it’s camp, full of laughter, tears, and disasters. Therefore, it’s the perfect show to add to our list.
Do you have any other recommendations for series like Queer Eye: Brazil? Let us know!