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The third, and final season of Love, Victor arrives on Hulu and Disney+ internationally on June 15th meaning fans will finally get to see the resolution to the huge cliffhanger at the end of the second season. Season Two ended with Victor knocking of the door of either Rahim or Victor, but who did he choose and whose door is he at?

I won’t reveal who Victor chooses but thankfully season 3 begins right where season 2 left off. There is a “previously on Love, Victor” that feels like it’s overly drawn out but maybe that was just my anticipation building but otherwise the show gets straight to it.

In season 3 we find Victor continuing his journey of self-discovery as he decides who he wants to be with, but as high school is starting to end, he also has to decide who he wants to be. Despite now having a rather large number of main characters to jump about between season 3 somehow manages to up the drama in every single way possible.

It’s hard to talk too much about the plot of the series without revealing whose door Victor was at and inadvertently spoiling that, however, much like the second season, the show manages to continue to make it about Victor, whilst also giving all the other supporting characters more depth and making them more than just background characters. It is still, of course, Victor’s show and he is at the forefront of everything but his parents, his sister Pilar, friends Felix, Lake, Mia, Andrew, Benji and Rahim all get so much added depth to their characters. Everyone’s character feels so well-rounded, and it feels like we know them all and not just Victor. Additionally, season 3 brings in Nick, played by Nico Greetham, a new friend Victor meets through church, providing yet even more drama.

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Even though it is the final season, it’s not really until the final episode that it begins wrapping things up. There isn’t really any sense of closure incoming, even in the penultimate episode, leaving lots of tie up in episode eight, the final episode of the series. However, there’s no reason to fear as once again the show proves it’s more than capable and it ties everything up and gives every character the perfect sendoff.

There is one plot thread that never really goes anywhere after being introduced about half-way through the season, and it perfectly sets things up for Victor to become someone else’s Simon and be that caring figure that many kids need when figuring out their sexuality but unfortunately the show never really does anything with this thread and it ends up being just a bit of filler for one episode rather than a recurring point for the plot and for Victor’s arc.

Overall, the final season of Love, Victor is a near-perfect conclusion to a fantastic show. It’s incredibly sweet and charming and yet it continues to mature as the show goes on, dealing with everything in a sophisticated and appropriate manner, whilst also providing really believable characters too. Love, Victor has been one of the best coming-of-age shows in recent years and season 3 was no exception to that. The final season makes for a really fitting and lovely ending to the show that fans are sure to enjoy.

Love, Victor Season 3 is streaming from June 15th

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Marvel Studios’ Echo | Official Trailer — Disney + and Hulu

Maya Lopez must face her past, reconnect with her Native American roots and embrace the meaning of family and community if she ever hopes to move forward.

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January 2024

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Disney +, Hulu

Cast:

Alaqua Cox, Zahn McClarnon, Vincent D’Onofrio

Plot Summary:

Maya Lopez must face her past, reconnect with her Native American roots and embrace the meaning of family and community if she ever hopes to move forward.

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First Look | White Men Can’t Jump – Jack Harlow

A remake of the 1992 film about a pair of basketball hustlers who team up to earn extra cash.

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Comedy, Drama, Sport

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May 19, 2023 (Hulu)

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Calmatic

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Lance Reddick, Jack Harlow, Andrew Schulz, Laura Harrier

Plot Summary:

A remake of the 1992 film about a pair of basketball hustlers who team up to earn extra cash.

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Meryl Streep Joins the Cast for Season 3 of Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building

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Many were surprised when the Season 2 finale of Hulu comedy, Only Murders in the Building revealed that Paul Rudd would be joining the series for its upcoming season, however, it seems his casting may have just been topped. According to a tweet from the show’s Twitter account, it appears that Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep (Out of Africa, August: Osage County) will join the cast led by Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez for Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building.

One can believe that Streep stumbled into the series similar to how she did for Season 2 of HBO’s Big Little Lies. With the latter show, Streep was a fan of the mysterious female-led drama and was written into the sophomore season. You wouldn’t be hard pressed to believe that Streep was probably a fan of the beloved comedy series and might want to join in the hijinks along with friends, Steve Martin and Martin Short. Streep will also appear in the upcoming AppleTV+ anthology series, Extrapolations in March.

The original tweet revealed that the third season of Only Murders in the Building has just begun filming. The show has been nominated for tons of awards thus far and with growing popularity as well as the additions of Streep and Rudd to the cast, anything can happen in the murder mystery program. Season 2 released back in June so we can probably expect Season 3 to begin streaming in Summer 2023. 

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