Season 3 of “ Sex Education ” coming to Netflix in October?
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June 01, 2021 at 8:15 p.m.
It’s been over a year, but it looks like our favorite students from Sex education come back to honor our screens.
The show returns for Season 3, with eight episodes, and is slated for release on Netflix in October.
Sex education follows the lives of students, who started a sex therapy business in school, to solve the problems of sexually needy clients.
Nothing official, but sources claim eight episodes have been planned
Asa Butterfield teases what fans can expect from the upcoming season
While plot details have been kept under wraps, Asa Butterfield has revealed that fans can expect a time jump after Season 2.
He said, “Otis is back to school, but he’s got different things on his plate. He’s grown up a bit and got a bit more sassy. It’s been fun portraying his new charisma. Don’t worry. not, although he’s still tragically awkward too. ”
“Why was Otis running a sex therapy clinic in the first place?”
Butterfield also shared about Otis-Maeve’s relationship. “Their relationship continues to develop in Season 3. We explore why Otis ran his sex therapy clinic in the first place. Was it just to be close to Maeve, or does it come true in helping people? “
Fans will see Adam and Eric’s relationship develop
Season 3 will delve deeper into the emotional trauma Maeve goes through after finding out that her mother (Anne-Marie Duff) is sniffing drugs again.
After calling social services, her little sister is taken away by authorities in the Season 2 finale.
Makers will also show us how Adam and Eric’s relationship will develop in the coming season.
Several actors from season 2 are expected to return
Fans can expect many of the cast to return for the coming season.
This includes Otis (Butterfield), Maeve (Emma Mackey), Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), Jean (Gillian Anderson), Adam (Connor Swindells), Aimee (Aimee Lou Wood), Jackson (Kedar Williams-Stirling) and Groff (Alistair) Petrie).
Season 3 debuted in September 2020 and Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos recently pledged that it would premiere in the second half of 2021.
“ Sex Education ” creator talks about the series’ character approach
Sex education Creator Laurie Nunn revealed that the show has all the characters, especially the ones you’d associate your school life with – whether it’s the bully, the struggling student, or the popular girl.
She pointed out that they are all very similar.
“Then you’re like, actually they’re all the same, they all desperately want to fit in and be accepted,” Nunn said in an interview.
Interesting Facts You Can’t About “ Sex Education ”
Notably, after the #MeToo accusations rocked Hollywood, Netflix hired a privacy coordinator to Sex education to make sure the actors feel comfortable during the intimate scenes.
In addition, the show pays homage to the works of John Hughes as The breakfast club and Pretty in pink, as Nunn revealed.
Did you know that Sex education Do actors Connor Swindells and Aimee Lou Wood really date in real life?