Just in time for Pride season, here comes Love, Victor. Set in the world of the 2018 groundbreaking film Love, Simon which was inspired by Becky Albertalli’s acclaimed novel, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, this fresh Hulu series follows Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city, and exploring his sexual orientation. When it all seems too much, he reaches out to Simon to help him navigate the ups and downs of high school. Yep, it’s “the” Simon from the original movie, who’s voice can be heard throughout, and who actually makes an appearance in one episode where Victor heads to NYC.

The series stars Michael Cimino (ANABELLE COMES HOME), Ana Ortiz (“Whiskey Cavalier,” “Ugly Betty”), James Martinez (“One Day at a Time”), Isabella Ferreira (“Orange is the New Black”),  Mateo Fernandez, Rachel Naomi Hilson (“This Is Us”), Bebe Wood (“The Real O’Neal’s”, “The New Normal”), George Sear (“Will”, “Into the Badlands”), Anthony Turpel (“The Bold and the Beautiful”) and Mason Gooding (BOOKSMART).

The film’s original writers Isaac Aptaker (“This Is Us“) and Elizabeth Berger (“This Is Us“) serve as executive producers alongside Brian Tanen (GRAND HOTEL), Jason Ensler (“The Passage”), Isaac Klausner (THE HATE U GIVE), Marty Bowen (FIRST MAN), Adam Fishbach (“Narcos”), Wyck Godfrey (“I, Robot”), Pouya Shahbazian (DIVERGENT) and Adam Londy. 20th Century Fox Television serves as the studio.

Love, Victor is available by subscription on Hulu only in the United States. No Canadian service has picked up the series as yet, but someone definitely should jump at this opportunity.
Written By: Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger

Ep. 101 “Welcome to Creekwood” 
Directed By: Amy York Rubin
Victor arrives at Creekwood a year after the events of LOVE, SIMON excited to start his new life.

Ep. 102 “Stoplight Party”
Written By: Brian Tanen
Directed By: Jason Ensler
After news of his Ferris wheel ride with Mia, Victor has an unexpected brush with popularity.

Ep. 103 “Battle of the Bands”
Written By: Jen Braeden
Directed By: Pilar Boehm
Determined to figure out his feelings, Victor asks Mia out on their first real date.

Ep. 104 “The Truth Hurts”
Written By: Marcos Luevanos
Directed By: Michael Lennox
Victor and Pilar get to the bottom of what happened between Roger and their mom back in Texas.

Ep. 105 “Sweet Sixteen”
Written By: Sheila Lawrence
Directed By: Anne Fletcher
With tensions high at home, Victor lets his family throw him a birthday party.

Ep. 106 “Creekwood Nights”
Written By: David Smithyman
Directed By: Anu Valia
Victor is nervous when Mia says she wants to take their relationship to the next level.

Ep. 107 “What Happens In Willacoochee”
Written By: Danny Fernandez
Directed By: Jay Karas
Victor and Benji go on an unexpected road trip out of town.

Ep. 108 “Boy’s Trip”
Written By: Brian Tanen
Directed By: Todd Holland
Victor goes to visit Simon and see what it looks like to be out in New York.

Ep. 109 “Who the Hell is B?”
Written By: Jeremy Roth & Jess Pineda
Directed By: Rebecca Asher
Back in Atlanta, Victor starts to open up to his friends about what he’s been feeling.

Ep. 110 “Spring Fling”
Written By: Jillian Moreno
Directed By: Jason Ensler
Determined to give Mia one last perfect night, Victor takes her to the Spring Fling.

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