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Love, Victor season 3: Release date, cast, trailer and final season news

The popular LGBTQ+ coming-of-age story will continue.

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Published: Monday, 23rd May 2022 at 1:20 pm
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Love, Victor has officially been renewed for a third season on Hulu and Star on Disney Plus, which will continue to follow the journey of LGBTQ+ high schooler Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino).

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However, we have some sad news: Love, Victor season 3 will be the final run of the beloved series.

The eight-episode final run will premiere in both the UK and the US in June as all episodes arrive on our screens.

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

Read on for all the details on Love, Victor season three, including release date, cast, and more.

Love, Victor season 3 release date and time

Love, Victor season 3 will be released in the UK on Wednesday 15th June 2022 at 8am GMT.

The series is being released on Disney Plus in the UK on the same day as its release on Hulu and Disney+ in the US.

The season will consist of eight episodes, slightly shorter than the previous two seasons which each ran at 10 episodes.

All episodes will be released on the same date.

Will Love, Victor season 3 be the final season?

Yes, sadly, it has been confirmed that Love, Victor season 3 will be the final season of the series.

The final eight episodes will close the storyline of Victor and his friends.

The cast also shared kind messages for the fans and the series on social media in a video confirming that it is the final season.

Variety reports that the final season will focus on what the teens plan to do in the next stage of their lives after high school.

They note: "Victor (Michael Cimino) and his friends are faced with a new set of problems that they must work through to make the best choices for their futures with post-high school plans looming."

Will Victor find happiness?

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

Michael Cimino will, of course, reprise his role as Victor Salazar for the final episodes as the lead character has some big decisions to make.

Andrew (Mason Gooding), Mia (Rachel Hilson), Lake (Bebe Wood), Lucy (Ava Capri), Rahim (Anthony Keyvan), Pilar (Isabella Ferreira), Felix (Anthony Turpel), and Victor (Michael Cimino), shown.
(L-R) Andrew (Mason Gooding), Mia (Rachel Hilson), Lake (Bebe Wood), Lucy (Ava Capri), Rahim (Anthony Keyvan), Pilar (Isabella Ferreira), Felix (Anthony Turpel), and Victor (Michael Cimino), shown. Kelsey McNeal/Hulu

George Sear (Alex Rider) will return as Victor's on-off boyfriend Benji Campbell, although the future of their relationship has been called into question by the recent finale.

Indeed, the season two ending packed a killer cliffhanger in which Victor turned up at somebody's door, but it's unknown whether he's dropping by on Benji or his new crush, Rahim – played by Anthony Keyvan, who has been promoted to the main cast for the third season.

The Love, Victor cast also includes James Martinez and Ana Ortiz as Victor's parents, Armando and Isabel, as well as Isabella Ferreira and Mateo Fernandez as siblings Pilar and Adrian.

Anthony Keyvan as Rahim in Love, Victor
Has Victor chosen to be with Rahim? Actor Anthony Keyvan has been promoted to the main cast Kelsey McNeal/Hulu

Meanwhile, also expect returned for Victor's classmates include Anthony Turpel as socially awkward Felix Westen, Bebe Wood as stylish Lake Meriwether, Rachel Hilson as kind-hearted Mia Brooks and Mason Gooding as popular jock Andrew.

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.

Other recurring stars who return include Mekhi Phifer as Mia's dad Harold and Sophia Bush as his new wife Veronica, and Betsy Brandt as Felix's mother Dawn Westen.

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

A trailer has now been released for Love, Victor season 3.

You can find the clip for the final season below, which appears to suggest that Victor arrived at Benji's door - but is it all as it seems?

The footage also teases storylines for couples Felix & Pilar, Lake & Lucy, and Mia & Andrew.

We also get a look at Nico Greetham as a new arrival named Nick - but will he prove an added complication in Victor's love life?

Star Michael Cimino re-shared a clip on Instagram with the caption: "I GUESS WE WILL FIND OUT WHO'S ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR".

The comment references the dramatic season two finale, which sees Victor decide whether to continue his relationship with Benji or start something new with Rahim.

How many episodes are in Love, Victor season 3?

The third season will consist of eight episodes.

The following episodes are titled below.

  1. It's You
  2. Fast Times at Creekwood High
  3. The Setup
  4. You Up?
  5. Lucas and Diego
  6. Agent of Chaos
  7. The Gay Award
  8. Brave

Only eight episodes left to wrap up Victor's story. How will it end?

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Love, Victor seasons 1 to 2 are available to stream via Star on Disney Plus now. You can sign up to Disney Plus for £7.99 a month or £79.90 a year now. Check out more of our Drama coverage or visit our TV Guide to see what's on tonight.

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