Love Victor Ending Explained Season 3.
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Love Victor Ending Explained Season 3
At the end of Love, Victor Season 3, Victor (Character played by Michael Cimino) gets back with Benji after admitting with his current “Kinda” boyfriend- Nick- whom his mum hooked him up with, that he has not gotten over his ex.
We know the last episode was about Bravery, but what Victor does seem to be but.
First, Love Victor ending explained objectively shows that Victor is only running away from the truth by going back to Benji. We get that Benji was his first love.
But because they love each other does not mean they are meant to be together. Throughout season 3, we get tired of seeing Victor fight over and over for Benji.
Don’t get it wrong, we are not saying it’s wrong to fight for someone you love. But did it not actually occur to Victor that leaving Benji alone was the best way to allow him figure out a lot of what was going on in his life? Benji appears to be a messed up kid that needed to figure out his problems with his parents.
Love Victor ending explained also shows that Benji is running away from his problems but decides to stay and figure them out, but this may not be the best option with Victor because they have gotten back together as many times as we can count and we don’t even know what they are doing together anymore.
Does it really have to end in such a corny happily ever after?
For a moment, we were getting used to seeing Victor navigate his new relationship status of being single and trying to get over his ex.
Love, Victor season 3 got really interesting in the middle, but once they are back together at the end, we don’t feel anything.
It looks old for a new beginning– too old. The truth is that Victor is running away from what he knows will happen eventually.
He may never get over Benji if he does not face it. Besides, didn’t the same thing happen between Felix and Lake? They knew it would be easy and comfortable to get back together, but they didn’t and decided to figure out their things objectively.
So, what it looks like, was that Victor took the easy and comfortable way out. It’s a shortcut, but it might blow back as soon as possible when Benji’s problems come rolling back.
Furthermore, Love Victor season 3 ending explained brings us to Rahim.
Rahim finally finds someone he loves, but for Chrissakes, we don’t get enough scenes with him and his new lover.
Rahim is a show stealer, and his scenes are some of the best in “Love, Victor”.
We would have loved to get some scenes of his new romantic bliss, but the fact that the show is trying to end and everything seems to be about Victor’s old relationship makes it a real drag to watch till the end.
Besides, the ending was predictable…too predictable.
First, great Job on not getting Victor and Rahim together.
True, they had chemistry. But the show has more twists to offer and getting them together would not have been the best option.
Kudos to the writers for making Pilar come to her senses and break up with Felix.
The truth is, Felix is someone who is looking to fill a family void. And it’s only when our Love Victor ending explained review takes a peek at the end when we see that Pilar understands this.
What Felix needs at the moment is a family love, not a relationship.
His first relationship with Lake ended because he thought she was responsible for taking his mother away from him- a family related issue.
His relationship with Pilar also ended because he chose her family over her without batting an eye.
So yes, Kudos to the show writers for not making them get back together at the end. That would have ruined the show. True, they might get back together later. But it’s better if we don’t know about that or how it would happen.
A crucial review of our Love victor ending explained also commends the way the Salazar family brought so much love and light to our screens for the third season.
The family went through a hard time in the first and second season. The show was not actually about them, and we appreciate that Season 3 was actually finally about Victor entirely.
The sub-plot of Mia Brooks ( Character played by Rachel Hilson) and her father-mother-step-mom-boyfriend relationship also makes our love victor ending explained appreciate the creators of the show.
The fact that Mia does not actually get back with her mother is objective. Her mother has never come looking for her, and only texts her when she feels bad or strongly misses her child.
Another perfection- it was selfish of Mia to want to run away because she misses her family.
Not wrong, but selfish. Her boyfriend has given it all and she didn’t even blink twice before thinking of moving to Palo Alto to meet her new boyfriend.
Kudos to the creators of the show by explaining that relationships take sacrifice, and we should actually fight for those that we genuinely love.
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Love, Victor is an American teen comedy drama streaming television series created by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, inspired by and set in the same world as the 2018 film Love, Simon.
The series premiered on June 17, 2020, on Hulu. It is produced by 20th Television, with Aptaker and Berger serving as showrunners.
Michael Cimino stars as Victor, a teen from a half Puerto Rican, half Colombian-American family living in Atlanta, alongside George Sear, Rachel Hilson, Bebe Wood, Anthony Turpel, Isabella Ferreira, Ana Ortiz, James Martinez, Mason Gooding, and Mateo Fernandez.
Nick Robinson, who starred as the titular Simon in the original film, produces and narrates the series. The second season premiered on June 11, 2021. In July 2021, the series was renewed for a third and final season which premiered on June 15, 2022
The first season focuses on a new student at Creekwood High School, Victor. The series follows his journey of self-discovery: facing challenges at home and struggling with his sexual orientation. He reaches out to Simon when it seems too difficult for him to navigate through high school.
The second season deals with the aftermath of his coming out and follows Victor as he navigates through this new world with his friends, while also dealing with his relationship with Benji, which is tested multiple times, due in part to Victor’s family and a new possible love interest.
In April 2019, Disney+ handed the 20th Century Fox Television-produced project – based on the film Love, Simon – a straight-to-series order, with Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, the original film’s writers, as showrunners. The show would feature all-new characters and be set in the same universe as the film.
The series was renamed Love, Victor and relocated to Hulu in February 2020, with a June 2020 launch date, making it the second series after High Fidelity to move from Disney+ to Hulu.
The series was set to launch on June 19, 2020, according to a press release from April 2020.
The premiere date was moved up to June 17, 2020, from June 10, 2020, to give Juneteenth its own day in the spotlight.
Hulu renewed the series for a second season on August 7, 2020, with ten episodes set to broadcast on June 11, 2021. Hulu renewed the sitcom for a third season on July 30, 2021.
Hulu stated on February 8, 2022 that the third season would be the final one.
Ana Ortiz was cast as Isabel in June 2019.
The series’ full cast was announced in mid-August, with Michael Cimino starring as Victor. James Martinez will play Armando, Isabella Ferreira will play Pilar, Mateo Fernandez will play Adrian, Johnny Sequoyah will play Mia, Bebe Wood will play Lake, George Sear will play Benji, Anthony Turpel will play Felix, and Mason Gooding will play Andrew. Nick Robinson, who played the lead role in the film, will produce and narrate the series.
Rachel Hilson was cast in the role of Mia, replacing Sequoyah, later that month. The character was recast in order to take it in a fresh creative direction.
Sophia Bush has been cast as Veronica, Mia’s father’s new lover, and was confirmed on October 23, 2019.
In November 2020, it was revealed that Betsy Brandt had been cast in the sequel as Dawn, Felix’s mother, who suffers from mental illness.
Ava Capri and Anthony Keyvan have also been added to the cast of the second season. Nico Greetham was cast in a recurring role for the final season in March 2022.
Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar: A new student at Creekwood High School, struggling with his identity surrounding his sexual orientation and adjusting to a new city
Rachel Hilson as Mia Brooks: Victor’s smart friend and ex-girlfriend who has a quick wit and an easy laugh. They dated before Victor came out.
Anthony Turpel as Felix Westen: Victor’s awkward new neighbor who seeks to befriend him
Bebe Wood as Lake Meriwether:Mia’s social media–obsessed best friend
Mason Gooding as Andrew Spencer: Creekwood’s cocky and popular basketball-loving jock
George Sear as Benji Campbell:Victor’s openly gay, confident and charming boy in the school. He later becomes his boyfriend
Isabella Ferreira as Pilar Salazar:Victor’s anxious younger sister troubled with her new life
Mateo Fernandez as Adrian Salazar: Victor’s little brother
James Martinez as Armando Salazar: Victor’s father, a blue-collar man who works hard for his family