"Love, Victor" is an American teen comedy-drama streaming television series directed by Jason Ensler, Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger.
The starring cast includes Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar, Rachel Hilson as Mia Brooks, Anthony Turpel as Felix Westen, Bebe Wood as Lake Meriwether, Mason Gooding as Andrew, George Sear as Benji Campbell, Isabella Ferreira as Pilar Salazar, Mateo Fernandez as Adrian Salazar, James Martinez as Armando Salazar, Ana Ortiz as Isabel Salazar and others.
Here are "Love, Victor" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Love, Victor TV series?
Hulu on Thursday, May 20, 2021 released the trailer for "Love, Victor" you can watch here:
Love, Victor Season 2 Official Trailer | Hulu Original.
What is Love, Victor TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Love, Victor" TV series plot summary.
Season 1 focuses on a new student at Creekwood High School, Victor (Michael Cimino). 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.
Season 2 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.
Who plays who in the Love, Victor TV series cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Love, Victor" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
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
Anthony Turpel as Felix Westen Victor's awkward new neighbor
Bebe Wood as Lake Meriwether Mia's social media - obsessed best friend
Mason Gooding as Andrew Creekwood's cocky and popular basketball-loving jock
George Sear as Benji Campbell Victor's openly gay, confident and charming classmate to whom he takes a liking
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
Ana Ortiz as Isabel Salazar Victor's mother
Mekhi Phifer as Harold Brooks Mia's father
Sophia Bush as Veronica Mia's father's new girlfriend
Charlie Hall as Kieran one of Andrew's close friends and a member of the basketball team
Lukas Gage as Derek Benji's ex-boyfriend (season 1, guest season 2)
Betsy Brandt as Dawn Westen Felix's mother
Ava Capri as Lucy Benji's friend and Andrew's ex-girlfriend (season 2)
Anthony Keyvan as Rahim Pilar's friend
Julie Benz as Shelby Armando's new friend and later love interest he met at a PFLAG meeting (season 2)
Beth Littleford as Sarah the manager of the coffee house where Victor and Benji work (seasons 1-2)
Leslie Grossman as Georgina Meriwether a local news host and Lake's mother (seasons 1-2)
Andy Richter as Coach Ford P.E. teacher and varsity basketball coach (seasons 1-2)
Abigail Killmeier as Wendy a theater kid
Will Ropp as Wyatt one of Andrew's close friends (seasons 1-2)
Ali Wong as Ms. Thomas Creekwood's sex education teacher (season 1)
Keiynan Lonsdale as Bram Greenfeld Simon Spier's boyfriend, reprising his role from Love, Simon (season 1)
Tommy Dorfman as Justin Bram and Simon's roommate (season 1)
Katya Zamolodchikova as herself performing at the gay club Messy Boots in NYC (season 1)
Terri Hoyos as Natalia Salazar Victor's grandmother (season 1)
Daniel Croix as Tyler Mia's friend she met at a college function (season 2)
Natasha Rothwell as Ms. Albright vice principal at Creekwood, previously the school's drama teacher, reprising her role from Love, Simon (season 1)
Juan Carlos Cantu as Tito Salazar Victor's grandfather (season 1)
Kevin Rahm as Mr. Campbell Benji's father (season 2)
Steven Heisler as Roger Armando's former boss with whom Isabel had an affair (season 1)
Embeth Davidtz as Ms. Campbell Benji's mother (season 2)
Nicholas Hamilton as Charlie an online crush of Rahim's (season 2)
Josh Duhamel as Jack Spier Simon Spier's father, reprising his role from Love, Simon (season 2)
Jason Collins as himself playing basketball with a group of gay men (season 1)
Nick Robinson as Simon Spier
Aj Carr as Teddy
Sean O'Bryan as Father Lawrence
Kayla DiVenere as Jenny
Phil Reeves as Wally
Jack Kehler as Landlord
Danell Leyva as Hank
Jaeden Bettencourt as Boy
Mark Bloom as Jeff
River Gallo as Kim
Anna Lamadrid as Lola
David Masters as Ride Operator
Jake Mateo as Closeted Gay Guy
Cornelius Peter as Gentleman
Wayne Bastrup as Polar Bear
Friday Chamberlain as Ivy
Aaron Guest as Random Kid
Melanie Haynes as Angry Wife
Crystal Coney as Social Worker
Ben J. Pierce as Mylo
Tarik Ellinger as Ethan
John Minch as Referee
Sue Shaheen as Jessie
Zack Nelson as Super Hot Guy
Keenan Kelley as Jerky Kid
Evee Bui as Nicole
Carlie Hanson as Coryn
Brett Hoyle as Victor's Friend
Ryan Bertroche as Rugby Guy
Sonia Mena as Lisa
Kevin Norman as Stevie
What are Love, Victor filming details?
"Love, Victor" series are produced by 20th Century Fox Television, Temple Hill Entertainment, No Helmet Productions and The Walk-Up Company.
The average duration of each episode is 24 - 33 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Love, Victor TV series?
"Love, Victor" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.1/10.
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