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Love, Victor season 3 review: Heartwarming spin-off ends on a high that’ll leave fans wanting more

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Love, Victor will officially come to an end, drawing to a close when season 3 is released on Disney Plus, as well as Hulu over in the US.

Cue the tears.Since the start, the Love, Simon spin-off has been an utterly heartwarming watch, while also bringing several important topics of conversation to the fore, including what it can be like to come out as gay in a religious family, the difficulties of being the new kid at school, mental health issues, body image insecurities and blended families.While it’s bittersweet to say goodbye – as we could have imagined the series going strong for a few more seasons at least – we can’t deny it’s a wise decision to end on a high… while also leaving certain storylines open-ended for potential future exploration (we hope).At the end of season 2, Victor (Michael Cimino) was caught in the middle of a complicated love triangle, which begged the question – does he go back to his boyfriend Benji (George Sear), who he’s had a rollercoaster relationship with but who he cares for deeply?

Or should he explore a new romance with Rahim (Anthony Keyvan), a friend of his sister Pilar (Isabella Ferreira) who he took under his wing?Following the breakdown of their marriage, Victor’s parents, Isabel (Ana Ortiz) and Armando (James Martinez), appear to be on the road to reconciliation, while Isabel is also trying to make amends for not being as supportive as her husband after her son came out as gay.Having finally embarked on a relationship with Andrew (Mason Gooding), Mia (Rachel Hilson) is facing the prospect of having to move away after her dad Harold (Mekhi Phifer) – who’s expecting a baby with his wife Veronica (Sophia Bush) – is offered a new job at Stanford that he’s reluctant to turn.

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