Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger have created the American teen comedy series Love, Victor, inspired by the film Love, Simon, which was released in 2018. The plot of the series revolves around a high school student named Victor.
As he discovers himself, Victor becomes trapped between domestic and sexual orientation in the show. Amidst these, Simon discovers who and his life changes.
The role of Victor Salazar in the series is played by Michael Cimino. Other cast members of the show include Rachel Hilson, Anthony Turpel, Bebe Wood, Mason Gooding, and George Sear. It premiered on Hulu on June 17, 2020. Season 3 of the series will air on June 15, 2022.
If you wait for the new season, here are several more series you may watch.
Four Brian Yorkey conceived a three-part series based on the same-named novel written by Jay Asher in 2007. The plot of the series focuses on Hannah Bakers'' death. Clay Jensen, a fellow student of Hannah in Liberty High School, has received a set of cassettes.
Hannah herself has recorded these three cassette tapes before she commits suicide. They cover the 13 reasons why she decided to retire, and they include Justin, Jessica, Alex, Tyler, Courteney, Marcus, Zach, Ryan, Sheri, and Hannah.
Clay and Hannah play roles in the series, according to Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford. Christian Navarro, Alisha Boe, Brandon Flynn, Justin Prentice, Miles Heizer, and others. The series was critically acclaimed for highlighting the causes of depression in teenagers. The series ran from March 31, 2017, to June 5, 2020, on Netflix.
Number of Seasons: One Ben York Jones and Evan Mujica created this American comedy-drama series that is set in 1996 in Boring, the real-life Oregon state. The fictional school of Boring, called Boring High School, is included in the series. They are trying to make a movie while navigating their growing sexuality and mental health issues.
The A/V club and Drama Club are focused on the most which are two groups of misfits. Luke ONeil is such a misfit in the A/V Club. He has a crush on Kate, a sophomore student.
Kate has started to question her sexuality and is defying Emaline, a drama student who is dating another student. However, when the fact that she is gay spreads in the school, Kate begins to date Luke.
The cast of Jahi DiAllo, Peyton Kennedy, Patch Darragh, Claudine Mboligikpelani, Quinn Liebling, Elijah Stevenson, and others are among the characters. It was released on Netflix on February 16, 2018.
This British teen romantic drama series based on Alice Oseman''s same-named graphic and webcomic novel, Heartstopper Number of Seasons: 1 Euros Lyn. The plot of the series focuses on schoolboy Charlie Spring, who is gay.
When he sits next to a popular rugby player named Nick, their life changes. Charlie falls in love with Nick. The series also focuses on Nick''s relationships, including Tao, Tara, Elle, Darcy, and Isaac.
The cast of the series includes Kit Connor, Joe Locke, Yasmin Finney, Corinna Brown, Tobie Donovan, Jenny Walser, and others. It was released on Netflix on April 22, 2022.
The series "Never Have I Ever Number of Seasons" has been inspired by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher''s own childhood stories. The plot of the series focuses on an Indian American Tamil girl Devi Vishwakumar, who is a fifteen-year-old high school student.
Devi, a father of an unexpected death, is affected physically and emotionally. She begins to struggle to recover from her trauma and discovers it difficult to choose between the brainy Ben and the hot Paxton.
In the film, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan plays Devi Vishwakumar. It will be available on Netflix on April 27, 2020.
Ryan OConnell and his wife dedicate their lives to the series "Silver Number of Seasons" on Netflix. The series will feature Ryan who is gay and has mild cerebral palsy and decides to pursue life. The series will air on April 12, 2019. 2021