Sex Education Season 2 was released, but fans demand the third commission from Netflix already. More than 40 million viewers watched the hit show’s new effort and became one of Netflix’s most profitable original productions ever.
Asa Butterfield, star of Hugo and Gillian Anderson’s fame, Sex Education was rekindled with the public due to its open-minded and funny approach to sex and relationships. Colorful characters such as the flamboyant Eric and the eccentric Lily seamlessly combined the charm and heart of the series. The show is a learning experience by its very nature. The Otis and Maeve counseling clinic has seen everything from the STD recommendations to tips in the bedroom, encouraging the young audience to learn about sex.
Fortunately, producer, Laurie Nunn has confirmed that she has already been working on a third episode batch with two seasons under her belt.
Here’s all we know about Sex Education Season 3 so far.
Fortunately, Netflix seems to know precisely how hungry viewers from Sex Education are in the series and labeled a preview for the renewal of Season 3. Like the initial trailer of season 2 featuring Gillian Anderson, who delivered a sultry monolog on the benefits of sex ed, Alistair Petrie’s Principal Groff narrated the teaser of season 3 playfully.
If Netflix sticks to its current release schedule, which seems to be possible given their rating success, we expect that the release of season 3 will be in January 2021.
While the cast list announced for season three is still on the site, we are quite sure that the characters featured in the teaser video are coming back.
A large number of headlines, such as Emma Mackey (Maeve Wiley), Ncuti Gatwa (Eric Effiong), Connor Swindells (Adam Groff), and Patricia Allison (Ola Nyman), are included in the Butterfield series (Otis Milburn) and Anderson (Dr. Jean Milburn). Given that season 2 tended towards an ensemble narrative style, the series would be difficult to imagine without a significant part of the cast taking up its roles.
There are many more threads with the cast to be taken in Sex Education Season 3. Jean finishes season 2 with a new appreciation of emotional intimacy, thanks to her relationship with Adam’s newly divorced mother, Jakob.
In other cases, different students are now facing the reality of sexual assault trauma, new identities, or the prospects for the future, with questions about their gender and their position in the world.