Sex Education season 3 may have been postponed, but it’s coming closer to being released on Netflix. The series’ filming has ended, so maybe we won’t have to wait too long. Unfortunately, no release date or trailer for the series has been announced – but that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough material to keep us entertained in the meanwhile.
Asa Butterfield, the series’ actor, has hinted at what season 3’s narrative may include and cautioned that we’re not ready for the third part. Meanwhile, casting director Lauren Evans has revealed further details about the latest additions to the series’ ensemble.
There are also some behind-the-scenes images to look at, and we’ve done our best to predict when the third season will be released on Netflix. So read on to find out all we know about Sex Education season 3 so far.
Sex Education Season 3 – Release Date
Season 3 of Sex Education began filming in September 2020 (after being delayed from April owing to, you guessed it, coronavirus), but no release date has been set. However, we’ve done some calculations to see when we might be able to predict it.
On February 1, 2019, Netflix announced that Sex Education has been renewed for a second season, which would air on January 17, 2020. Season 3 was also announced in February 2020 – clearly, a January 2021 release date isn’t in the cards this time around due to filming delays.
Taking this five-month delay into consideration, we may see Sex Education season 3 airing after June of this year. Season 2’s release date was revealed approximately two months before it aired, so keep a look out around April 2021 if our guess is right.
Sex Education Season 3 – Cast Members
Good news: Several of your favourite characters are back to pick up where we left off at the end of Season 2. Asa Butterfield will reprise his role as Otis, with Gillian Anderson reprising her role as Jean, his sex therapist mother. Ncuti Gatwa as Otis’ closest buddy Eric, Emma Mackey as Maeve, Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee, Connor Swindells as Adam, Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson, Patricia Allison as Ola, and Tanya Reynolds as Lily are among the returning Moordale students. Mr Groff, Adam’s father and former headmaster, will also be played by Alistair Petrie.
There are a few fresh additions to the cast as well. Hope, Moordale’s new headmaster, will be played by Jemima Kirke, while non-binary pupil Cal will be played by artist Dua Saleh. Jason Isaacs, well known for his roles in Harry Potter and Star Trek: Discovery, will play Peter Groff, Mr Groff’s older brother who is “more successful/less humble.”
Sex Education Season 3 – Plotline
Laurie Nunn is a master at managing numerous characters and their separate narratives, chronicling their triumphs (both great and small) as well as their challenges and concerns, which will all be addressed in season three.
Ola was able to go on with Lily when Ola and Otis called it a day, while Otis worked up the confidence to leave the message on Maeve’s phone. However, Isaac, who has a thing for Maeve, threw a wrench in the proceedings by deleting Otis’ proclamation of love.
Maeve contacted social services after discovering that her mother had resumed drug use at the conclusion of season two. Nunn left them on poor terms despite her apologies to Erin.
Eric, on the other hand, picked Adam over Rahim. But, while young Groff is making progress toward becoming a better man, he still has a long way to go. There will be lots of fireworks. Gatwa has also hinted at parts of his character’s personal life.
When Aimee was sexually attacked on the bus on her way to school, she went through a horrific journey. She finally opened up about how she was feeling with the aid of Maeve and the other girls in detention and, while still traumatized, was able to acknowledge what had occurred to her. Jackson finally spoke up about his mental health, leaving the pool and his completely jock lifestyle in favour of being more of an everyman and seeking a way of life that makes him happy.
This led to the start of a new friendship with Viv, as well as his acting debut as Romeo in Lily’s version of Romeo and Juliet. But what will be his next project?
We also discovered that Jean is carrying Jakob’s child. The plumber ended their relationship because he didn’t think she was ready to commit, but things have changed since then.
Asa Butterfield has piqued interest by declaring that fans “aren’t ready” for season three. Nunn has expressed a desire to continue the Sex Education franchise beyond season three, and according to Dias, Aimee Lou Wood, and casting director Lauren Evans, season four is certainly in the works.
Sex Education Season 3 – Trailer
Trailers are generally released in the month preceding up to the debut, so we’ll have to wait until later in the month. Seasons one and two of Sex Education are now available on Netflix.
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