Victor is rather like every other excessive schooler, making an attempt to determine who he’s and the place he suits in, and shifting to a brand new metropolis solely makes all the things extra complicated. Good factor he has a trusted confidant to hunt recommendation from. Hulu launched the trailer for the brand new Love, Simon spinoff sequence Love, Victor at this time, and it explores all of the acquainted ups and downs of teenage life.
Love, Victor follows Victor (Michael Cimino), a brand new scholar at Creekwood Excessive College, as he tries to determine his sexuality and his place at school whereas coping with his family points at residence. The brand new sequence takes place in the identical universe as Love, Simon, so to deal with all of it, Victor writes letters to Simon (Nick Robinson).
Hulu launched a first-look on the upcoming teen drama final month with a sneak-peek scene, however at this time’s trailer reveals extra of what we will count on from Love, Victor. “I used to be excited to start out over,” Victor says in a letter to Simon. “I believed I’d lastly get the possibility to be myself. Or at the very least work out who that even is.” As Victor meets his new classmates in school, he’s launched to Benji (George Sear), an eventual love curiosity, however he’s nonetheless making an attempt to navigate the highschool relationship scene. “Some guys like guys, some guys like ladies, some guys like each,” he says. “I’m not even certain what I like.”
Whereas Victor is determining his sexuality, he additionally has to fret about how his household will react. “You’re very fortunate, Simon, for having the world’s most excellent, accepting dad and mom, supportive buddies,” he says. “For a few of us, it’s not that straightforward.”
The brand new Hulu sequence additionally stars Ana Ortiz, James Martinez, Isabella Ferreira and Mateo Fernandez.
Love, Victor moved to Hulu in February after it was first scheduled to premiere on Disney+. Stories indicated that it was too mature for the family-focused streaming service with its themes of household issues, alcohol use, marital points and sexual exploration.
All 10 episodes from Season 1 of Love, Victor come to Hulu June 19 throughout LGBTQ Pleasure Month. Watch the total trailer within the video above.