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A simple narrative but very well-structured. All characters no exception, are amazingly well writen and acted. Possibly the best tv series of the year
A great soundtrack. It doesn't have overly dramatic moments but it's still cool. He maintains the essence of Love, however Simon does not feel rejected, because the story is told from another perspective. The script is not predictable.
Definitely highly recommended.
Love, Victor is a follow up TV series to the 2018 rom-com: Love, Simon. A coming of age and coming out story, "Love, Victor" is sure to capture the attention of anyone, even outside the LGBTQ community. Excellent acting, on-screen chemistry and a relatable story line for many teenagers who struggle with self-acceptance, this series is perfectly set up for a continuation of story lines across seasons. It's only cliche comes from some of the dialogue which can at times feel a little too angsty, melodramatic for older viewers outside the teen range. The progressive family will surely enjoy Love,Victor as a new binge-series.
Love, Victor manages to call itself a LGBTQ+ show without any queer relationships halfway through the series - a total disappointment full of stereotypes, outdated cliches and pink money.
Good show for young people. It has enough charm and sweetness to gain an invested audience.
One of the best new tv shows of 2020.
Not as good as Love, Simon but I enjoyed this a lot and can relate. I think if you liked the movie Love, Simon or enjoy good stories of coming of age you should try this show.
This series did an outstanding job of showing what many young LGBTQ+ Youth may go through. The series mostly focuses on Victor struggling to figure out his identity and does a good job showing the struggle that can take place for many young LGBTQ+ people attempting to come to terms with their sexuality. The series explored several other "social issues" that can occur in a household as well. This series does more than just show problems that are unique to LGBTQ+ Youth and shows a variety of issues that many American families have to deal with. I strongly recommend this series to any young LGBTQ+ people, and to anyone that likes a good love story.
Wonderful tv serie!
The characters are fantastic and charming!
A really great tv series. I can't wait for season 2.