Super adorable gay teen rom-com Love, Victor is officially ending.
The news came shortly after announcing that season three would drop later this year.
Fans of the show are already disappointed to see it gone so soon.
Love, Victor Season Three
Season three will be the third and final season of the hit show.
Based in the same world as the popular film Love, Simon the story follows Victor attending the same school, after Simon graduates.
Love, Victor was a hit with audiences of all ages as they fell in love with our new queer teen.
The reinvention of the show also opened many more doors for representation on screen.
Whilst Simon was from a very white family Victor, is half Puerto Rican and half Colombian-American.
This increased representation allowed the show to explore wider issues around culture, sexuality, religion and family in a different context.
But it certainly didn’t stop fans from falling in love with Victor as they followed his journey, coming out, falling in love and everything in between.
The announcement the show will end is sad news for many fans.
Season three has been announced to air on June 15th.
The season will see Victor explore life after high school.
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Fans not ready to let go #savelovevictor
It’s safe to say that fans get very attached to their favourite TV shows.
Love, Victor however has held a special place for many fans as it paved the way for queer representation in the mainstream.
Although the news is only fresh, fans have already started to react on Twitter.
“WHY this show? It’s a sad day. It’s not a reason for celebration” one user wrote.
“You know what would have been? The ten-year anniversary of a TV show about a gay guy. But, go ahead. Pat yourself on the back. How groundbreaking.”
I’m disappointed you chose the route of cancellation. WHY this show? It’s a sad day. It’s not a reason for celebration. You know what would have been? The ten-year anniversary of a TV show about a gay guy. But, go ahead. Pat yourself on the back. How groundbreaking. #LoveVictor pic.twitter.com/UjLROJxLbZ
— R.E. Blakeslee (@Ron_Salon) February 9, 2022
While some were moaning it’s loss, one user has gone so far as to try and start a petition to save the program.
Although they don’t have many signatures yet, there’s still hope.
It wouldn’t be the first program resurrected by public support.
— aerys – #SaveLoveVictor SIGN THE PETITION (@comradesalazar) February 8, 2022
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