Love, Victor Season 4 Has Been Canceled: Why It Didn’t Happen!

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With the release of Love, Victor season 3 around the world this month, Victor Salazar’s journey to find himself is coming to an end. When we met the high schooler for the first time, he was struggling with a lot of fear, shame, and doubt about his sexuality. This made him try to hide what he really wanted. Season 4 of Love, Victor is cancelled.

By season 3, his life has changed a lot. After a fight with his boyfriend Benji, he bravely starts dating. We won’t say how Victor’s story ends, but showrunners Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker told RadioTimes.com why they thought season 3 was the right time to wrap things up.

“I think everyone felt like we had told the story we had set out to tell. Victor has been on this journey, which really has three separate parts “began Aptaker.

“All of our actors were 20 or 21 years old, but they were playing high school students. And as time has gone on, they’re now in their mid-20s playing high school, so it feels like the show has grown up and gone on this journey.”

He also said, “It seemed like a really natural way to end things.” That doesn’t mean it was easy to say goodbye to these characters. Co-showrunner Berger said it was a “bittersweet” moment for everyone involved with the show.

“We really like this show. Our actors really like this show. We love our viewers,” she said. “But we are so thankful that we knew going into this season that it would be our last, and we all got to write the ending that felt right to us.”

Berger went on: “So often on TV, you don’t get to write to them or find out what their plans are. We think we have something that will make everyone feel really good and satisfied.

Aptaker and Berger have now crafted two heartwarming LGBTQ+ coming-of-age stories, with the first belonging to Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) in 2018’s Love, Simon and the second being Victor’s very different experience.

Could a new chapter in the “Love” series be written by a different character? Aptaker said, “It’s always on the table.” “We love stories about high school. We always say, “That’s the last thing we’ll do in high school,” but we’re about to do something else. But the time is so full.

“There’s so much to learn and so much at stake. It’s a very interesting time to write about. So yeah, it’s been a true pleasure getting to tell these stories for three seasons and a movie, and I would never say no more.”

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