What can we expect from Season 3 of Sex Education? What are the recent updates? Here’s everything we know about the cast, release date, and plot of Sex Education Season 3.
Sex Education Season 3: Release Date
The filming of the third season started in May / April 2020 in Wales but the production was halted due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, Netflix has now confirmed that filming could begin in August, using new guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Based on the release dates of the previous two series, we expected Sex Education to arrive in January 2021. However, with the third season in production thanks to the coronavirus, it remains to be seen if the release date will also be delayed.
Sex Education Season 3: Plotline
Sex Education is a Netflix original British dramatic comedy. It was created by Laurie Noon. The first season launched in January 2019, since then it has been one of the most-streamed series on Netflix. The story revolves around a socially awkward high school student named Otis, who has no experience in the field of sex. This gradually opens up the discussion about sex, in such a way that it is pleasing to the public. Season one ended in suspense, so season 2 got more interesting. In season two, we finally see Otis discovering his relationship with Ola while having a fixed relationship with My Wiley.
Although he mustered the courage to speak out about his feelings for Otis, sees him kissing Ola, and changes his decision, his story stops. However, this dramatic turn confirms the third season of the series. Eric, who has spent the entire duration of season two in a love triangle, picks up his ex-bully Adam for her boyfriend Raheem when Adam bursts onto the stage during music at Mordell’s school and expresses his love for her. After breaking up with Otis, Ola realizes that he has feelings for her friend, Lily, and begins a relationship with her.
Sex Education Season 3: Cast
- Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn,
- Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley,
- Ncuti Gatwa as Eric Effiong,
- Gillian Anderson as Dr. Jean F. Milburn,
- Patricia Allison as Ola Nyman,
- Connor Swindells as Adam Groff,
- Chinenye Ezeudu as Vivienne
- Ann Marie Duff as Erin.