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How ‘Love, Victor’ Captures One Parent’s Struggle to Accept Her Gay Son (EXCLUSIVE)

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Adam B. Vary Senior Entertainment WriterSPOILER WARNING: Do not read if you have not watched Season 2 of “Love, Victor,” streaming now on Hulu.The second season of “Love, Victor” — the spinoff series of the groundbreaking 2018 coming out feature “Love, Simon” — picks up right where the first left off, with Atlanta teenager Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino) telling his parents that he’s gay.

After waiting a year, audiences finally get to see how Armando (James Martinez) and Isabel (Ana Ortiz) react to their son’s announcement.It’s not terrible — there are no tears or screaming, no condemnations or rejections.

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