Everything You Need to Know About the Last Season of Hulu's "Love, Victor"
"Love, Victor" is ending after its upcoming third season. Variety confirmed the cancellation ahead of the show's June 15 release date. The series, which is a follow-up to 2018's "Love, Simon," centers on Victor Salazar as he struggles with his identity and where he fits in at his new school.
While the first season explores Victor discovering his sexual identity, the second season sees Victor dealing with the aftermath of his coming out and where he stands with his family, friends, and potential boyfriend. Season two ends with Victor having to choose between reconciling with his boyfriend, Benji, or starting something new with his crush, Rahim. In June 2021, executive producer Elizabeth Berger told Entertainment Weekly, "[Victor] has both of those options rattling around inside, and then he has a moment of clarity and just follows that right up until that door." However, Victor isn't the only one who has struggles in season two: his friend Felix also finds himself embroiled in an unexpected love triangle with Victor's sister, Pilar, while Victor's ex-girlfriend Mia begins to fall for Andrew.
"Love, Victor" stars Michael Cimino as Victor, Rachel Hilson as Mia, Anthony Turpel as Felix, Bebe Wood as Lake, Mason Gooding as Andrew, George Sear as Benji, Isabella Ferreira as Pilar, James Martinez as Armando, and Ana Ortiz as Isabel. "American Horror Story" and "The Prom" alum Nico Greetham is also set to star as a recurring character, and the show will stream on both Hulu and Disney+.
Watch the season three teaser ahead.