One of the greatest Hulu original programmes ever made.
According to Variety, Disney Plus and Hulu will continue to split ownership of Love, Victor moving forwards.
Based on the 2018 film Love, Simon, the adolescent romance drama was initially intended for Disney Plus but has now been moved to the streaming service. However, Disney officials were concerned that the show’s subjects, especially adolescent sexuality, were not exactly the perfect match for the company’s newly formed streaming service, and so it was eventually shifted to Hulu.
As a result, Love, Victor’s first two seasons were released on Hulu in 2020 and 2021, to mostly positive reviews. Both spectators and reviewers appear to have a soft spot for Victor. Ratings from reviewers and viewers on Rotten Tomatoes were both 95 percent and 92 percent respectively.
On the other hand, the third season of Love, Victor has been announced as the show’s last and will premiere on both Disney Plus and Hulu concurrently on June 15, 2022. It will also be available on Disney+ for the past two seasons of the programme at the same time. Customers of Disney Plus will be happy to know that this comforting show is now available to watch whenever they want, especially on a lazy Sunday.
He added in a statement: “We are pleased to deliver ‘Love, Victor’ to the largest possible audience on June 15, when the final season and LGBTQIA+ Pride Month are celebrated by making the whole series accessible on both Disney+ and Hulu.”
Vic, played by Michael Cimino and based on Victor’s experiences as a freshman at Creekwood High School, deals with family issues and his own sexual orientation throughout the musical. narrator and has made two cameos in the programme so far as Nick Robinson, the star of the original Love, Simon movie. Bebe Wood and Mason Gooding join Rachel Hilson and Anthony Turpel in the ensemble cast.
Since its first season, Love, Victor has only been accessible on Hulu in the United States, while being available on Disney Plus under the Star brand in other countries. While Disney’s decision to broaden the reach of this terrific programme may come as a surprise, it is certainly welcome.