Love, Victor

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  • TV-14
  • 2020
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.0  (21,506)

Love, Victor is a coming-of-age series that originally aired on Hulu in June 2020. Set in the same universe as the popular 2018 movie Love, Simon, the show follows Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino), a new student at Creekwood High School who is struggling to come to terms with his sexual identity.

Throughout the first season, we follow Victor as he begins to explore his feelings for his male classmate, Benji (George Sear), while also trying to keep his attraction hidden from his deeply religious parents, Isabel (Ana Ortiz) and Armando (James Martinez), and his younger siblings, Pilar (Isabella Ferreira) and Adrian (Mateo Fernandez).

As Victor begins to navigate his new school and social circles, he soon finds himself caught between two worlds: the popular and wealthy group of students, including his new friend Mia (Rachel Hilson) and her ex-boyfriend, Andrew (Mason Gooding), and the more alternative and quirky group including his neighbor and confidante, Felix (Anthony Turpel), and the openly gay Lake (Bebe Wood).

The second season, which premiered in June 2021, picks up where the first season left off, as Victor and Benji try to make their relationship work despite the challenges they face. As they navigate their way through their first summer together, they must also deal with the fallout from Victor's decision to come out to his family and the wider community.

Throughout both seasons, Love, Victor tackles a wide range of issues facing LGBTQ+ youth, including self-discovery, coming out, homophobia, and acceptance, all while balancing the show's dramatic and comedic elements.

Michael Cimino's performance as Victor stands out, as he brings a vulnerability and sincerity to the character that makes him impossible not to root for. Similarly, Ana Ortiz and James Martinez shine as Victor's parents, delivering heartfelt performances that add depth and complexity to the show's portrayal of a Latino family grappling with issues of sexuality and culture.

The supporting cast, including Rachel Hilson, George Sear, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding, and Isabella Ferreira, all bring unique perspectives and personalities to the show's diverse and multi-layered group of characters.

Whether you're a fan of the Love, Simon movie or simply looking for a heartwarming and insightful coming-of-age series, Love, Victor is a must-watch that explores the complexities of identity and growing up with humor, compassion, and authenticity.

Love, Victor is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (28 episodes). The series first aired on June 17, 2020.

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8. Brave
June 15, 2022
The Winter Carnival brings all of our characters back to where the series started.
The Gay Award
7. The Gay Award
June 15, 2022
Victor is conflicted about accepting an award at school.
Agent of Chaos
6. Agent of Chaos
June 15, 2022
Victor tries to help a closeted classmate. Mia gets a startling call from her father.
Lucas and Diego
5. Lucas and Diego
June 15, 2022
Attempting to move on, Victor goes on an unexpected adventure.
You Up?
4. You Up?
June 15, 2022
Victor is enjoying the steaminess of his relationship until an unforeseen complication.
The Setup
3. The Setup
June 15, 2022
Victor's parents introduce him to a gay-friendly church and an exciting new friend.
Fast Times at Creekwood High
2. Fast Times at Creekwood High
June 15, 2022
Victor tries to mend the fallout from his love triangle. Mia throws a party.
It's You
1. It's You
June 15, 2022
Victor makes his choice between Benji and Rahim.
Where to Watch Love, Victor
Love, Victor is available for streaming on the Hulu website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Love, Victor on demand at Disney+ and Hulu.
  • Premiere Date
    June 17, 2020
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (21,506)