Launched in 2003, Queer Eye saw five gay men give a makeover to a straight man. In addition to the physical, prettifying make over that immediately springs to mind, this involves changing their attitudes and outlook's.
Running until 2007, it proved a great success. Amazingly, topping this, is Netflix's newfound iteration of the show - rare for a come-back show and especially for one that appears a little dated.
Scott Bryan, Buzzfeed's TV editor, told BBC News, "I think it's what people really need right now,"
"There's not much else on TV that's so positive. You do have Bake Off, in a competitive format, but this show is very much about guys helping each other.
"It's unusual to see a man opening up, crying on camera, and other guys helping him go through a difficult situation. It's very supportive and you don't see that often on TV."