Love, Victor: Season 1

Love, Victor: Season 1

Love, Victor: Season 1

In this coming-of-age series, a spin-off of 2018 film Love, Simon, Victor struggles with his own journey of self-discovery as a new student to Creekwood High School and reaches out to Simon for guidance.

2020USA20th Century
DramaRomance

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
23 February 2021

Welcome to Creekwood

Victor arrives at Creekwood a year after the events of “Love, Simon” excited to start his new life.

EPISODE 1.2
23 February 2021

Stoplight Party

After news of his Ferris wheel ride with Mia, Victor has an unexpected brush with popularity.

EPISODE 1.3
2 March 2021

Battle of the Bands

Determined to figure out his feelings, Victor asks Mia out on their first real date.

EPISODE 1.4
9 March 2021

The Truth Hurts

Victor and Pilar get to the bottom of what happened between Roger and their Mom back in Texas.

EPISODE 1.5
16 March 2021

Sweet Sixteen

With tensions high at home, Victor lets his family throw him a Birthday party.

EPISODE 1.6
23 March 2021

Creekwood Nights

Victor is nervous when Mia says she wants to take their relationship to the next level.

EPISODE 1.7
30 March 2021

What Happens in Willacoochee...

Victor and Benji go on an unexpected road trip out of town.

EPISODE 1.8
30 March 2021

Boys' Trip

Victor goes to visit Simon and see what it looks like to be out in New York.

EPISODE 1.9
13 April 2021

Who the Hell Is B?

Back in Atlanta, Victor starts to open up to his friends about what he's been feeling.

EPISODE 1.10

Spring Fling

Expected arrival: 20 April 2021 

Determined to give Mia one last perfect night, Victor takes her to the Spring Fling.

Love, Victor: Season 1 / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

While the show does briefly dabble with knottier issues of performative gender roles and inherited bigotry, it’s a mostly easy ride, a slightly gay version of a CW show but arguably, given how horny that network has become, way more sexless.

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Collider

Collider

While the 10 half-hour episodes rarely drag, they also never really dig into all of the issues brought forward.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

It could have represented something bigger, though, rather than standing as yet another example of Disney copping out.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

If the point of Love, Victor is that a gay Latino boy's coming-out story can be just as dull as Simon's, well, mission accomplished.

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Variety

Variety

Having seen the whole season, it’s completely appropriate for its young adult audience and therefore downright ridiculous that Disney Plus punted “Love, Victor” to Hulu for sensitive content concerns.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

For all the mistakes that both Victor and the TV show named for him make, both are ultimately… nice?

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

The episodic sitcom rhythms allow for an easier access point to the narrative about identity and prejudice—both internal and external. But it seems frustratingly hesitant to assert itself as a mainstream teen dramedy with an openly gay protagonist...

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Love, Victor shows the high-stakes tension and turmoil of teen love very well, and fires on all cylinders when it comes to classic rom-com sequences.

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