“Love, Victor” will conclude on Hulu after its upcoming third season. The third season of the series will begin on June 15, and the entire eight-episode season will air on that date.
‘Love, Victor’ Will End With Its Third Season
The series was renewed for Season 3 in July 2021, though it was not announced at the time that the third season would be it’s final. According to Hulu’s official announcement for the season, Victor (Michael Cimino) and his friends will face a series of new challenges as they grapple with making the best choices for their future as their post-secondary plans approach.
Along with Cimino, the cast of the series includes Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding, George Sear, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, James Martinez, Ana Ortiz, Anthony Keyvan, and Ava Capri.
“Love, Victor” is connected with the events of the movie “Love, Simon” and takes place after it. It first debuted on Hulu in 2020. The original writers of the film, Isaac Aptaker, and Elizabeth Berger, serve as executive producers along with Brian Tanen, Jason Ensler, Isaac Klausner, Marty Bowen, Adam Fishbach, Wyck Godfrey, Rick Winer, Kenny Schwartz, Pouya Shahbazian.
In addition to the “Love, Victor” news, Hulu has announced the premiere dates for the other three series. The first is “The Girl From Plainville,” which will hit theaters on March 29. This series is inspired by the true story of Michelle Carter’s unprecedented “texting-suicide” case and is based on Jesse Barron’s Esquire article of the same name. Elle Fanning stars as Carter, while Chloë Sevigny, Colton Ryan, Cara Buono, Kai Lennox and Norbert Leo Butz also star.
Next up is the second season of “Woke,” which will hit theaters on April 8. Lamorne Morris returns as cartoonist Keef Knight, now a rising activist but grappling with a world where “waking up” is now big business. Along with Morris, the series stars T. Murph, Blake Anderson, Sasheer Zamata, and JB Smoove. “Conversations With Friends”, on the other hand, will debut in May, although an exact date has not been announced yet.
The series is also based on the book of the same name by “Normal People” author Sally Rooney. The series stars Alison Oliver, Joe Alwyn, Sasha Lane, and Jemima Kirke.