The Change is Coming as Sex Education Returns with Exhilarating Season 3 this September! Check Latest Updates

Season 3 of sex education is right here!

Sex Education Season 3 is about to arrive this September in Netflix. Finally we had to look into Jemima Kirke’s new head teacher, Hope, and her vision for the school. Also we’ll get to look into the third instalment, a new trailer that has created the buzz into the minds of all the fans of the show.

Sex education season 3 is set to be launched this autumn. After a delay due to pandemic, season 3 started filming last summer and is due to go to Netflix on 17 Sep 2021.

Asa Butterfield dropped a few hints about the story of Sex Education Season 3 will unfold in an interview with a leading daily;

Talking about season 2 cliff-hanger, Butterfield explains that there is a some time-jump from the season 2 finale. Talking about Otis’ character, he says that he is back at school but this time with different things on his plate. He has underwent some growth and has got a little more sassy. He affirms that he enjoyed portraying Otis’ new found charisma, however, his “tragically awkward” trait persists, he assured.


Sex Education | Season 3 | Netflix | Otis | Butterfield

We’re going to see many more new characters. It includes the names such as Ncuti Gatwa (Eric), Emma Mackey (Maeve), Connor Swindells (Adam), Kedar Williams-Stirling (Jackson), Aimee Lou Wood (Aimee), Tanya Reynolds (Lily), Patricia Allison (Ola), Mimi Keene (Ruby), Simone Ashley (Olivia), Chaneil Kular (Anwar), Chris Jenks (Steve), Jojo Macari (Kyle), Chinenye Ezeudu (Viv), and headmaster Groff himself, Alistair Petrie.

A new era for characters will be introduced in season 3. According to the new season’s summary by Netflix, this will be a new era for almost everyone

Sex Education | Season 3 | Netflix | Otis
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Otis has casual sex after having lost his birthday last season. After two seasons of unresolved sexual tension, Eric & Adam are officially friends. Jean expects a baby. Aime discovers feminism and Jackson gets crunchy. And that Otis voicemail Maeve never heard thanks to Isaac (George Robinson) intruders? That’s going to get into the game.

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