Sex Education is a comedy-drama web television series created by Laurie Nunn. It became a critical and commercial success for Netflix, with over 40 million viewers having streamed the first series after its debut. The second series was released on 17 January 2020, and the show has been renewed for a third series.
SCREENCAST WHO’S THE NEW IN SEASON 3?
Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn, a teenager who struggles with his mother’s occupation and her interference in his personal and sexual life. Gillian Anderson as Dr. Jean F. Milburn, a well-known sex therapist, and Otis’s mother. Ncuti Gatwa as Eric Effiong, Otis’s openly gay best friend, and Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley, a social outcast and bad-girl who befriends Otis and begins the therapy clinic with him.
Connor Swindells as Adam Groff, Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson Marchetti, the head boy at Moordale Secondary School and a swimming champion. Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs and George Robinson Also making his debut onscreen is actor and disability activist George Robinson, playing Maeve’s new friend and neighbor Isaac.
WHEN WILL SEASON THREE COME OUT?
Sex Education Will Return For a Third Season on Netflix. If you gobbled up all eight episodes of Sex Education Season Two in one breathless weekend binge, only to leave you desperately wanting more, you’re not alone. … The only remedy is the third season, but we expect the third season will be released on Netflix at the starting of 2021.
STORYLINE ABOUT SEX EDUCATION SEASON 3
Based on the loose ends of the Season Two finale, We have a few guesses. Life at the Milburn household is destined for upheaval, judging by Jean’s unexpected perimenopausal pregnancy. Sex Education has done remarkably sensitive, heartfelt storytelling about abortion before, so it’s entirely possible that Jean may choose to terminate her late-in-life pregnancy. In any case, Jean will likely need to inform Otis and Jakob, adding new dramatic tension to her already-fraught relationships with the men in her life.
Season Three will likely address the fallout from Eric’s decision to very publicly end his relationship with Rahim and take up with Adam, who, in a grand gesture at the school’s galactic production of Romeo & Juliet, declared both his bisexuality and his love for Eric.
Meanwhile, Season Three may also provide clarity on the season two finale cliffhanger about Maeve and Otis. In a surprising act of duplicity, Maeve’s lovelorn neighbor Isaac drove a wedge between Maeve and Otis, for which he will likely be held to account in a potential Season Three.