Hulu Sets Release Date for Third (and Final) Season of ‘Love, Victor’

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Love, Victor season 3 is officially one step closer; Hulu has set a release date for the upcoming season! Season 3 will premiere on June 15. Along with the release date, Hulu revealed that the series will end with the third season. Instead of 10 episodes, the final season will consist of eight episodes, all releasing at once on the streamer.

Love, Victor follows Victor Salazar, who adjusts to his new life in Georgia after his family moves. When viewers meet him, he finds himself dealing with his parents’ rocky marriage, a new school, and discovering his sexuality. Through season 2, Victor begins to embrace his identity and his parents’ reactions. Additionally, viewers get a deeper look at other characters. Armando and Isabel navigate their separation. Viewers also meet new characters Rahim and Lucy, and Felix’s mother, Dawn. Season 2 ends as Victor faces a choice: Benji or Rahim.

The season 3 synopsis, per Hulu, reads:

“This season finds Victor going on a journey of self-discovery — not only deciding who he wants to be with, but more broadly, who he wants to be. With their post-high-school-plans looming, Victor and his friends are faced with a new set of problems that they must work through to make the best choices for their futures.”

Read what we may expect from season 3 here.

Love, Victor stars Michael Cimino, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Rachel Hilson, Mason Gooding, Ana Ortiz, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, George Sear, and James Martinez. Ava Capri and Anthony Keyvan return for season 3 as Lucy and Rahim, respectively.

Find our recaps so far here, and our additional coverage here. Stay tuned for more season 3 coverage.

Stream Love, Victor seasons 1 and 2 now on Hulu for U.S. viewers, and Disney+’s Star channel for international viewers. Season 3 premieres June 15.

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