After season 2 ended on a cliffhanger, Love, Victor’s future has been confirmed. It has been renewed for a third season, according to TVLine.
Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino) is a gay youngster trying to negotiate his sexuality and life in a new place.
Ana Ortiz and James Martinez, Pilar Ferreira, Mateo Fernández, Victor’s best friend Felix, and Benji, Victor’s lover, were all introduced in season one. Victor’s mother Isabel and father Armando were also introduced in the first season, and his siblings Pilar and Adrian (George Sear).
This year’s second season introduced Rahim (Anthony Keyvan), a new love interest for Victor who challenged Benji’s relationship.
Victor, who had been torn between the two throughout the season, ultimately decided for the finale, walking up to the house of one of the lads and saying “hi” with a smile. Unfortunately, because this was a finale, the show didn’t reveal who owned the mansion, leaving us on a major cliffhanger.
Neither the showrunner nor the audience will be able to solve this enigma until season 3.
As she explained, “There’s not a lot to say without giving away what we’re not going to give away.”
In contrast, our production staff and director Jason Ensler went to tremendous lengths to disguise how that ending was shot and where we were located.
I don’t think viewers will figure out or get ahead of the tale since those are sites we visit throughout the season, and they shot it in a way that I felt was extraordinarily creative and careful.
You still haven’t figured out who owns the house, Berger teased.
On Disney and Hulu, you can watch Love, Victor seasons 1 and 2.