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A bunch of captures from Michael’s interviews in July have been added to the gallery! Check them out by clicking the links below.

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As reported by Deadline:

Hulu has ordered a second season of breakout new series Love, Victor, an offshoot from the 2018 feature Love, Simon.

Love, Victor ranked as the most-watched drama on Hulu during its premiere week in June, when all episodes were released together. The series hails from This Is Us executive producers/co-showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, who wrote the movie based on Becky Albertalli’s young-adult novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda.

Love, Victor‘s first season followed Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School, on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city and exploring his sexual orientation. As Victor and his friends mature, so will season two, promising to build on these themes of sexual identity, acceptance and navigating the odyssey we all know as high school.

The series stars Michael Cimino, Ana Ortiz, James Martinez, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, Rachel Naomi Hilson, Bebe Wood, George Sear, Anthony Turpel and Mason Gooding.

Aptaker and Berger serve as executive producers alongside Brian Tanen, Jason Ensler, Isaac Klausner, Marty Bowen, Adam Fishbach, Wyck Godfrey, Pouya Shahbazian and Adam Londy. 20th Century Fox Television is the studio.

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In this video from July 14, Las Vegas local Michael Cimino talks with our Jillian Lopez about his groundbreaking role in the new Hulu series “Love, Victor” and why it holds a special place in his heart.

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GLAAD’s Anthony Ramos speaks with Love, Victor’s Michael Cimino and Ana Ortiz about the show’s queer impact and how important the series is for Latinx communities. They also discuss what they hope for the storyline if a second season happens!

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Check out this awesome 40-minute interview that A Very Queer Book Blog conducted virtually with the Love, Victor cast on July 1!

Find out the casts favorite type of Oreos, why they love the Simonverse, some fun memories from filming, pet zoom bombs, and so much more!

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Telemundo Entertainment had a brief interview with Michael Cimino on Latinx Now! Check out the interview below.

We spoke with Michael Cimino, the protagonist of the HULU series, “Love, Victor,” who told us how his Latino roots influenced his role and what Latino habit he enjoys the most. Know the details. – Translated from the original Spanish text.

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Just when you thought you couldn’t love this cast any more, Michael Cimino and George Sear answer #RapidFireQuestions.


ABC News interviewed Michael alongside George Sear and executive producer Brian Tanen yesterday to talk about the impact of Love, Victor. Check out the full interview below, and check out 532 captures from the interview in the gallery.

Michael Cimino, George Sear & executive producer Brian Tanen say the new series continues the heartwarming message in the film “Love, Simon.” Tackling issues around sexuality, family and high school.

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Michael shared the news on his Twitter last night that VMAN had done an article about him, as well as the accompanying photoshoot by Connor Franta. Check out highlights below.

There are so many reasons to Love, Victor, but we also love the breakout star portraying Victor — actor Michael Cimino. Michael brings a fresh perspective as a new actor and person of color to the Hulu original series. Standing out among other teenage coming-of-age stories, Love, Victor confronts topics of race, sexuality, social class, machismo culture, and more. By the same token, Michael isn’t afraid to talk about these social issues. As an ally to the LGBTQ+ community, Michael found ways to appreciate Pride Month in quarantine. Along with all of us, he “learned how to celebrate within his home and stay connected,” finding time to call his friends, cook, and make new traditions. Inevitably, Pride could never be canceled. The sense of community is stronger than ever, as this year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

Michael has also been utilizing his platform to support the Black Lives Matter movement, protesting police brutality, and the racial injustices that are America and in his community. “I have been trying to leverage my platform to not only educate people about the ways they could help, but I’ve also been lucky to find an amazing group of leaders in the community (We Are the Movement LA) that I have been leading protests with,” Michael shared proudly. “We are trying to continue the movement and continuously make a change and speak out on injustices.” Love, Victor decided to move their release date two days earlier, to June 17th, so that the holiday of Juneteenth had its day in the spotlight.

Read the full article on VMAN.com!


I’ve added 625 captures from the second part of Michael’s ET Online interview, 142 captures of his ET Canada interview, and the eight photos that photographer Connor Franta did of Michael for his VMAN interview! Check them all out by clicking the links below.

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