The streamer unveiled the news at its TCA presentation today that Love, Victor will end after its eight-episode final season, which will premiere on June 15. All eight episodes will debut on Hulu at the same time.
Just three days ago, we got the first pic of the cast all together ready to film season three, and now, we're finding out that it will also be the end of the series.
On Instagram, the cast celebrated that they're coming back for a third season by posting a video showing them all passing the phone to other cast members. "I'm passing the phone to one of the best kissers I know," Michael Cimino, who stars as titular character Victor, says before the phone goes to George Sear, who plays Benji.
Based on, and following the events of the movie Love, Simon, Love, Victor followed Latino teen Victor Salazar, a new student at Creekwood High who reaches out to Simon for advice when he starts to figure out his sexuality.
Over two seasons, we've seen Victor grow into himself and find friendship, acceptance, and love as the gay person he is. The show has followed his relationship with Benji, who started the series being out. At the end of season two, Victor is left with a choice between going back to Benji, or following his new feelings for another boy, Rahim.
The upcoming third season will see Victor having to go through even more self-discovery, as he not only has to choose who he wants to date, but what he wants to do with his life now that he's out of high school.
Love, Victor also stars Rachel Hilson, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, James Martinez, Ana Ortiz, Anthony Keyvan, and Ava Capri.