Love, Victor, directed by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger of This Is Us, has always been able to tug at the heartstrings since its premiere in 2020.
After a two-year hiatus, the series has returned for its long-awaited third season, finally revealing who the titular Victor will wind up with after the cliffhanger of season 2 left the key love triangle unresolved.
However, with the release of Love, Victor’s third installment, worries about the show’s future and whether a fourth season is planned have arisen.
Release Date and Preview of Love, Victor Season 3
On Wednesday, June 15th, 2022, Season 3 of Love, Victor premiered on Disney+ and Hulu.
The eponymous character is slated to embark on a voyage of self-discovery in the upcoming season, following the agonizing cliffhanger of the season 2 conclusion, which saw Victor ostensibly choose between his two love interests, Benji and Rahim.
Not only will he determine who he wants to be with, but he will also determine who he wants to be in the future stages of his life.
With the end of high school approaching, Victor and his pals are confronted with their most difficult set of difficulties yet, and they must work together to make the greatest decisions for their futures, even if it means breaking some hearts along the way.
Season 3 cast of Love, Victor
In the third and final season of Love, Victor, the main cast will repeat their roles.
- Victor Salazar is played by Michael Cimino.
- Mia Brooks is played by Rachel Hilson.
- Felix Westen is played by Anthony Turpel.
- Lake Meriweather is played by Bebe Wood.
- Andrew is played by Mason Gooding.
- Benji Campbell is played by George Sear.
- Pilar Salazar is played by Isabella Ferreira.
- Adrian Salazar is played by Mateo Fernandez.
- Armando Salazar is played by James Martinex.
- Isabel Salazar is played by Ana Ortiz.
- Rahim is played by Anthony Keyvan.
- Lucy is played by Ava Capri.
What happens at the end of Season 3 of Love, Victor?
Victor and Benji aren’t the only couples who have piqued your interest. Victor, there are a lot of ’em in Love, and they all have to make choices. Lake and Lucy reconcile when they realize they love each other and Lake tells Lucy that her mother will let her move into an opulent apartment that she rarely uses.
Victor’s Love — “Agent of Chaos” – Episode 306 Victor tries to assist a secretly gay classmate. Mia receives an unexpected call from her father. Armando and Isabel differ about how Pilar should be disciplined.
Lake learns some distressing news concerning Lucy. Rahim’s uncle stirs up family strife. Lake (Bebe Wood) and Lucy (Ava Capri) are shown.
Mia decides to relocate to Palo Alto in order to be closer to her father and new baby brother, and she is enraged when Andrew claims he’ll fly red eyes every weekend to be with her.
However, after hearing Victor’s lecture about bravery, she understands that she was pushing Andrew away because she was terrified of being in a long-distance relationship, despite the fact that she desires one. Mia and Andrew had a conversation about it, and they’re sticking together.
Felix apologizes to Pilar for putting her family’s rules ahead of her own. He tells her about how lonely he was before they moved in and how the Salazars have been like his sole family.
Pilar recognizes this and, while they do not reconcile, she affectionately drags an astonished Felix along with her to the Winter Carnival for a photo with the Salazar family.
Why, Love, Will Victor Not Return for Season 4?
Fans of the series will be disappointed to learn that season 3 is the final season of Love, Victor, and there are presently no plans for a fourth season.
While Hulu renewed Love, Victor for a third season in July 2021, the news was quickly followed by the statement that the next season would also be the show’s final installment in February 2022.
This is because the show’s makers have opted to wrap up the story of Love, Victor in season three.
The show’s makers explained their decision to the RadioTimes, with Aptaker saying, “I think the feeling for everyone was that we had really delivered the tale we set out to tell.” Victor has been on a voyage, and it has been divided into three parts.”
He went on to say, “It felt like a pretty logical, full circle ending point.”
It may be frustrating for fans, but the decision makes sense because Victor’s time in high school is coming to an end, and his journey of self-discovery will be mostly complete by the end of season 3.
Isaac Aptaker, on the other hand, gave fans a ray of hope that the ‘Love’ franchise isn’t ended yet, promising that more is “Always on the table.”
He went on to say, “We love high school stories.” “We usually say ‘that was our final high school thing,’ but we’re about to do another now.” But this is such an exciting time.”
“There’s a lot to learn, and the stakes are quite high.” It’s an exciting period in my life to write about. So, it’s been a great honor to tell these stories for three seasons and a film, and I’d never say no to doing it again.”