With just one month until Sex Education returns for its third season, the countdown to Moordale’s new term is on. Netflix released new teaser images to help us get in the spirit. They feature characters from both old and new. We are obsessed with Netflix’s Sex Education because of its progressive attitude and brilliant characters. In this article you’ll find everything about Sex Education Season 3 from the release date to possible storylines, trailers, plot explored, and teaser photos.
Sex Education season 3 release date
When will Sex Education season 3 be released? We are thrilled to announce that Sex Education Season 3 is going to release soon. After waiting for so long, this is a huge news. Netflix will release the third season of our favourite show on 17 September 2021. Only three week left now.
Sex Education Season 3 Plot Explored
We could have assumed that season three would be similar to series one and two if production had not been delayed. It would have landed on the screen in January 2021. Before Netflix launched the entire series, the cast began teasing production and script readings in May 2019. The hope was that the third season would be released in mid-2021. But, alas, it wasn’t.
Sex Education 3 Trailer
Do we have a Sex Education season 3 trailer yet? Here you can watch the trailer of Sex Education season 3.
Netflix has released a teaser trailer introducing new Sex Education headmistress Miss Hope Haddon, who is introducing a “new uniform” and a “new attitude” to Moordale. The trailer is styled as an advert for Moordale, with various familiar faces (some keen, some not so keen) extolling the virtues of their school.
Sex Education Season 3 Cast Members
The main gang will be back on the center stage, but Netflix has also confirmed that three new characters will be introduced.
Jason Isaacs (aka Lucius Malfoy!) is playing “‘Peter Groff’, Mr Groff’s more successful and not very modest older brother, who Mr Groff (Alistair Petrie) has been staying with in the wake of his separation from Mrs Groff.”
Gender nonconforming recording artist and songwriter, Dua Saleh, meanwhile, is joining in their acting debut, playing “‘Cal’, a nonbinary student at Moordale, who instantly clashes with Hope’s new vision for the school.”
Other cast members includes :
- Otis (Asa Butterfield),
- Maeve (Emma Mackey),
- Otis’ mum Jean (Jillian Anderson),
- Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), Aimee (Aimee Wood),
- Jackson (Kedar Williams-Stirling) and
- Adam (Connor Swindells), as well as Ola (Patricia Allison) and her dad,
- Jakob ( Mikael Persbrandt) and M
- Groff (Alistair Petrie) will feature in the season 3.
Sex Education season 3 Latest News
- Otis (Asa Butterfield) debuts a brand new look for Sex Education season 3 which could be hinting at his unresolved issues with Maeve (Emma Mackey).
- Debuting in 2019, Sex Education quickly became one of the biggest shows for the streaming service based on reports.
- So, it’s not surprising when it didn’t take long before it returned for its sophomore year in 2020.
- For Otis, that meant navigating his own sexual issues, not to mention his growing attraction to Maeve.
Sex Education Season 3 Filming Location
Production officially began in September 2020. The show got delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic. Lily also shared massage with her fans which reads as:
“Hi I’m Tanya Reynolds and I play Lily in Sex Education. I like to take photographs while we are waiting on set. I wanted to share some with you from behind the scenes of season 3. More to come as film develops… Be safe little aliens. Xxx.”
Sex Education Season 2 Recap (Spoilers)
At the beginning of season two, viewers joined Otis and his new found masturbation addiction as he planned to have sex with girlfriend Ola for the first time. In the final scenes, he realizes his mistake and sends Maeve an emotion voicemail. Isaac deletes it before Maeve even knows. What is season 3’s future for the will-they-won’t-they couple?
Sex Education s3 confirmed?
It was a nerve-wracking time there, for a little while. Nothing had actually been confirmed. We were just crossing fingers and hoping. Thankfully in February 2020, Netflix announced that Sex Education will be back for a third season.