‘Queer Eye’ wrapping up

Final season to run in the summer

Bravo has brought down the curtain on “Queer Eye” by announcing that it will conclude the show’s four-year run with a 10-episode final season, to run in the summer. NBC-Universal, which owns Bravo, is offering the reruns of “Queer Eye” to TV stations that are looking for a replacement to fill the slot of NBC U Domestic Distribution’s “The Megan Mullally Show,” which goes off the air in three weeks.

A new Bravo project is “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style,” offering fashion makeovers to average Joes and Janes each week. Gunn is chairman of the department of fashion design at Parsons/The New School for Design.

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