Popular Netflix series, Sex Education, is back with a third series, no doubt filled with drama, rumours, and, well... you know.
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Season three of Sex Education marks a new year at Moordale high school and, not only that, but the arrival of new problems, students, and experiences.
Otis (Asa Butterfield), once a reluctant and shy student, is now having casual sex, Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) and Adam (Connor Swindells) are officially an item, and Otis’ mother, Jean (Gillian Anderson) has a baby on the way.
The upcoming season will also see a new head teacher tackle Moordale; Hope (Jemima Kirke) will seemingly try her best to change the school into a beacon of excellence and perfection, but will she manage it?
Also to come: Aimee (Aimee Lou Wood) discovers feminism, Jackson (Kedar Williams-Stirling) develops a crush, and a lost voicemail still hangs around the halls.
Ready yourself for a season filled with commitment animals, alien phenomena, vulva cupcakes, and even more of Madam Groff (Samantha Spiro).
The trailer showcases what makes Sex Education so brilliant; the students at Moordale are still as rambunctious and wily as ever, Otis appears to be growing in confidence, as well as an apparent vendetta against all students with an active sex life.
Sex Education is all about learning who you are, and what you like. There are tough moments, wonderful moments, and confusing moments, and season three of this show doesn’t appear to shy away from any of this, making it the perfect drama-comedy.
New cast members include Jason Isaacs playing Peter Groff, Mr. Groff’s more successful and not very modest older brother; recording artist and songwriter, Dua Saleh who joins in their acting debut, playing Cal, a non-binary student at Moordale; and Indra Ové who plays Elsie’s foster mum, Anna.
Many fans have adored the show since its first episode in 2019, following Otis and his peers as they go through a multitude of different experiences and troubles. Now, the show seems bigger than ever, so viewers may need to prepare themselves for what comes next.
Sex Education will arrive on Netflix on September 17th, 2021.
Written by Melissa, who you can follow on Twitter @melissajournal