Love Victor Season 3

Love Victor Season 3 Review: We’re still craving for added of Hulu’s Love, Victor after ten episodes. It will not help that this love drama ended on a cliffhanger: would Victor pick Benji, his buff (can you call him since they’re not together?) Or Rahim, his buddy?

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Victor’s love triangle wasn’t the only unresolved character arc: Mia is accompanying her fan, Andrew, on a search for her mum. Lake, Felix’s ex-girlfriend, maybe bisexual…at least, that is what the app is hinting at.

In season 2 of Love, Victor continued where the first left off, diving into Victor’s new connection with Benji as well as his troubled relationship with his Christian (and rather homophobic) parents.

And, though we got a lot of Victor and Benji love time (we’ve been waiting for these minutes since Season 1 surfaced ), we also got a glimpse of the couple’s challenges as queers, 16-year-olds, along with first-time lovers.

Love Victor Season 3

We’re imagining Victor’s problems grew too much for him, leaving him torn between his first love and his current crush, causing him emotional agony.

We’re not concerned because there has not been any announcement about a Season 3 yet. Season 2 was confirmed two weeks following the premiere of the first season of Love, Victor, thus any information on a second season will likely come later in the summer. However, given how Season 2 ended, it could be a significant disappointment if the storyline didn’t have a chance to wrap up one more time.

What’s going to be the attention of Love Victor Season 3?

To get a third season, virtually all the characters should be back. Victor talked with Simon, his homosexual mentor, towards the close of Season two and said how, though his counsel was useful, it was no longer needed.

If you are a lover of the Simonverse as far as we are, you are going to recall Simon from his film, Love, Simon, and the way he, too, struggled with gay identity problems while attending Creekwood High School. We may expect to see Simon less and less now that the pupil is now the master.