Love Victor Season 3: Release Date Status, Cast, Trailer, Storyline, Plot & More Detail!

In the third season of Hulu’s popular teen show “Love, Victor,” Victor Salazar and Benji Campbell face a variety of challenges in their relationship. However, even as his mother Isabel Salazar finally accepts him, the consequences of her actions will continue to affect her son’s relationship with her.

They begin a complicated relationship when Victor meets Nicholas AKA Nick. While Victor and his friends deal with a slew of interpersonal difficulties, Victor tries to find his path in life. Because the season comes to a close with major developments that rewrite Victor’s destiny, we thought we’d share everything you need to know about them!

Love, Victor season 3 Release Date and Time

Netflix and Hulu’s Love, Victor has been picked up by Disney+ for a third season that will continue to explore Victor Salazar’s life as a lesbian, gay and bisexual high school student (Michael Cimino).

We’re sad to report, however, that the much-loved series Love, Victor will be ending after season 3.

As soon as all eight episodes are available, the final eight-episode run will begin airing in the UK and the US in June.

So, if you’re wondering what to expect from the final season of Love, Victor then read on.

Love, Victor season 3 will premiere on both Disney Plus and Hulu on Wednesday, June 15th, in an unexpected twist.

Recap Of Love, Victor Season 3

In the premiere episode of ‘Love, Victor,’ Victor chooses Benji over Rahim for his new love interest. Benji tells him to take a break because he’s going to rehab. Benji’s failure to deal with his alcoholism and relationship is the final straw in their breakup. Isabel and Armando Salazar have been reunited after a brief separation. For the sake of her son, Isabel joins an inclusive church. Mia contemplates staying with Naomi Thomas, but she decides to leave when Naomi puts her career first. She stays with Lake Meriwether her best friend.

Lake is seeing Lucy right now. For fear of Armando and Isabel’s disapproval, Felix Westen and Pilar Salazar conceal their relationship. It’s not just Victor and Rahim who meet new people. Victor has a casual relationship again with Nick, but he ends it when he realizes Nick isn’t interested in a serious relationship. Armando comes to know about Felix and Pilar’s relationship and becomes furious at his daughter. He understands that Pilar has matured and can no longer be confined by him. Isabel discovers birth control pills in her daughter’s room and he separates Felix and Pilar as a result of the discovery.

Pilar reveals to Isabel and Armando that she has the drugs stashed away as a safety net. Despite their approval, she breaks up with Felix. Although she wanted to be with him, he agreed to a short break to please her parents. Rahim and Connor finally meet. When Victor comes to Nick, he tells him he’s looking for something more than a one-night stand. They begin a relationship. Following her early graduation, it is discovered by Lake that Lucy intends on relocating to Portland with her family. Lake and Felix break up because she can no longer bear to think about her ex-boyfriend Felix.

Andrew Spencer, Mia’s boyfriend, drives her to Palo Alto. Harold and Veronica, her stepmother, are expecting a son. Mia decides to move to California with her family after spending time visiting her stepbrother. If Mia leaves, Andrew and Mia will continue their relationship. To keep Lucy from relocating to Portland, Lake offers her mother Georgina Meriwether’s apartment to her. They reunite after Lucy expresses her reluctance to move on. In Benji’s view, Victor and Nick are having sex. A boarding school in Connecticut may be the best option for him at this point.

Love, Victor season 3 cast

The main cast for Love, Victor will reprise their roles in the third and final season.

  • Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar
  • Rachel Hilson as Mia Brooks
  • Anthony Turpel as Felix Westen
  • Bebe Wood as Lake Meriweather
  • Mason Gooding as Andrew
  • George Sear as Benji Campbell
  • Isabella Ferreira as Pilar Salazar
  • Mateo Fernandez as Adrian Salazar
  • James Martinex as Armando Salazar
  • Ana Ortiz as Isabel Salazar
  • Anthony Keyvan as Rahim
  • Ava Capri as Lucy

No doubt Michael Cimino will return as Victor Salazar in the series’ final episodes, as he faces some difficult choices.

Although the future of Victor and Benji’s relationship has been thrown into doubt by the recent finale, George Sear (Alex Rider) will return as Victor’s on-off boyfriend Benji Campbell.

Victor showed up at someone’s door in season two’s killer cliffhanger. However, it is still unclear whether Victor is dropping by on Benji or his new crush Rahim, who will be playing Anthony Keyvan in season three’s main cast.

James Martinez and Ana Ortiz, Victor’s parents and siblings Pilar and Adrian, round out the Love, Victor cast. Isabella Ferreira and Mateo Fernandez also appear.

Felix Westen (Anthony Turpel), Bebe Wood (Lake Meriwether), Rachel Hilson (Mina Brooks) and Mason Gooding (Andrew) are also expected to return for Victor’s classmates.

Also, expect a comeback for Ava Capri as Lucy, Benji’s friend and Andrew’s ex-girlfriend, who had a spark with Lake in the second season finale, as she has also been promoted to the main cast for the third run.

Additionally, Mekhi Phifer as Harold, Sophia Bush as his new wife Veronica, and Betsy Brandt as Felix’s mother Dawn Westen will all be back for a second season.

Finally, American Horror Story star Nico Greetham has joined the cast as a recurring character named Nick, who is a new friend that Victor makes at church.

Love, Victor season 3 trailer

In the third season of Love, Victor has just been released with a teaser trailer.

Is everything as it appears in this season-ending clip? You can check it out here, but is everything as it appears to be?

Love, Victor Season 3: The Plot

In the new season of Love, Victor appears to have everyone in a relationship, but that may not be the case for long. Even though Victor and Benji (George Sear) appear to be on good terms, Rahim continues to be the target of Benji’s animosity. It appears as though Benji is going to be leaving for a bit, which may put his and Victor’s relationship in a difficult spot. The relationship between Felix and Victor’s sister Pilar, despite Felix’s recent breakup with Lake, has been made public.

Lucy, a waiter from Season 2 of the show, is also dating Lake. The only couple left is Andrew and Mia, who have remained together despite their turbulent season one. At the end of the previous season, Mia’s mother was the only person they were supposed to meet. It’s not clear if they made it there.

Love Victor Season 3
Love Victor Season 3

Toward the end of season 2, Isabel and Armando, Victor’s parents, appear to have rekindled their relationship. Hopefully, they’ll be able to get back together for the final season. Unfortunately, it does not appear that all will be well in the end.

As it turns out, Felix has some resentment toward lying to Pilar and Victor’s parents about his relationship with her. Also, it appears that he and Lake still have feelings for each other. After watching the movie’s trailer, it appears that Victor and Benji have broken up. Will they be together at the end of the series, despite Nick’s (Nico Greetham) arrival?

Finally, there’s Simon. Victor has been communicating with Simon throughout the series, getting help on his coming out and navigating his life after he comes out. Season 2 ended with Victor telling Simon that he no longer needed his advice because he had found it in his friends and family since he came out. Throughout the show, Simon has appeared as a voiceover character, but only in the show’s two-season finales. Is that going to continue now that Victor is no longer looking to him for advice? It isn’t clear.

Love, Victor Season Three: Victor And Benji Are Together?

While Victor begins a new relationship with Nick, it doesn’t take long for him to realise that he hasn’t completely given up on Benji. Sooner than Victor, Nick realises the same and steps away from Victor’s life for the latter to reunite with Benji. Victor rushes toward his ex-boyfriend to ask him not to attend the boarding school. Benji can’t overturn Victor’s decision. Still, Benji meets Victor during the carnival and lets him know that he doesn’t want their relationship to meet a dead end. They will end up together, according to Benji, who is willing to give them a second chance.

It has a significant impact on Benji’s life when Isabel treats him badly and when Rahim shows up in Victor’s life. He finds comfort in alcohol which eventually leads to his death. Benji is convinced that Victor is leading him to his demise. They have a mutual agreement that he should leave Victor behind. Benji still loves Victor. Due to Victor’s difficulties, including his return to alcoholism, Victor has decided to break up with him. Benji continues to care for Victor, regardless of the breaking up. When he sees Nick with Victor, Benji’s feelings for Victor are hurt.

Benji leaves for the boarding school to be with Victor, as he can’t bear to see him with another boy. Benji realises that Victor can’t live without Victor after Victor expresses his desire to be with him once again. He also reminds himself that Victor cannot be blamed for his drinking problem since it started because his parents didn’t accept him and his sexual orientation. They decided to give it another go after realising that this was the case. Benji, on the other hand, has no idea what the future holds for them because he must focus on improving himself.

Victor and Benji’s bond must be solid and caring. For him to return to his former self, he must complete his rehabilitation programme. He needs to improve his emotional stability to deal with any difficulties that may arise in his relationship with Victor. It doesn’t matter what happens, Victor and Benji still adore each other. Because they have no idea what the future holds, they decide to remain together. Although their relationship isn’t perfect, it’s essential to them because they both love each other with all of their hearts.


Netflix and Hulu’s Love, Victor has been picked up by Disney+ for a third season that will continue to explore Victor Salazar’s life as a lesbian, gay and bisexual high school student (Michael Cimino).

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