Last June, Love, Victor arrived on Hulu as a fun, fanfic-ready teen drama that was equal parts squee-inducing romance and thoughtful interrogation of queer identity. Though it was technically a spinoff from the 2018 film Love, Simon, Victor's story as a gay Colombian teen discovering, then struggling with, his sexuality became a springboard for a new cast of lovable characters who brought depth to their individual high school tropes. Season 2 continues the tradition of soapy drama and real-life relatability with its examination of what comes after Victor's happily ever after in Season 1.
Love, Victor Season 1 ended on the cliffhanger of Victor (Michael Cimino) kissing his crush Benji (George Sear) for the first time, breaking his girlfriend Mia's (Rachel Hilson) heart, and finally putting his feelings first by coming out to his parents after they announced their world-shattering decision to separate. Season 2 picks up immediately after that cliffhanger to show the aftermath of his revelation. Read more...More about Tv Review, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows