The film was good so I stuck with the TV show. Watched this final series out of duty more than anything else, and I don't know where to begin with how bad it was, but the absolutely dire script was the main offender I think. I'm loathe to make comparison's for all sorts of reasons, but I'm going to anyway. The very brilliant Heartstopper's release a few months back is all the more unfortunate for Love, Victor as it shines a light on the poor quality of the show, especially this third series... Everything Heartstopper (and the even more recent Big Boys) got spot on - the narrative / script / story arc's, direction, colour pallette, soundtrack and casting are all sub-par here. Here we have actors who looked, behaved and spoke like they were in their mid to late 20's careering from one 'I'm sorry' scene to another with little to nothing in between - a sprawling group of characters falling out then making out on repeat for eight episodes with a complete absence of nuance, dynamism, depth or humour. Much like Killing Eve's recent final series, it's like anyone who gave a shit about this show dialled out multiple series ago and the actors are left to do their best with crumbs, and just like Killing Eve, Love, Victor now boasts one of the worst final episodes of a show I've seen in a long time. A sad end to something that had so much promise.