Sex Education Season 3

See everything that will happen in this long-awaited installment through Netflix.

More romances, the incorporation of new faces, as well as a plot full of drama, is what is coming in the third season of Sex Education through Netflix. This was pointed out by his showrunner Laurie Nunn who assured that despite the delays generated by the Covid-19 pandemic, there is already a large part of the recorded history, for which he confirmed that by February 2021 this new installment will be released in the one that also expects many existential crises and love triangles.

He also highlighted that new characters will be included with shocking stories, as well as new realities that will mark the loyal followers of this story. Therefore, here we reveal more details of this youth production.

MORE DETAILS OF WHAT YOU WILL SEE IN SEX EDUCATION 3

In Nunn’s discretion, in this third season, more love conflicts are expected, especially those that are evident in the university stage that tends to be more complex and difficult to deal with among young people who are almost 30 years old. For her, this new installment is full of the characteristic drama of this story in which there will also be a lot of controversy with the arrival of the new characters.

Rahim and Isaac who assumed a relevant role in the second season will return stronger than ever. They will be joined by Jason Isaacs, Jemima Kirke, and Dua Saleh. Jason will play Groff’s older brother, while Jemima will be the new director of Moordale and Dua will play the role of Cal, a very particular one who will put Hope in a tight spot. This was confirmed through Twitter.

And as expected for this return to the recording set, its actors are more than willing to take the security measures with their respective masks.

It only remains to hope that February 2021 arrives very soon so that followers can see the unexpected outcomes of this Netflix series that usually touches on very rude issues in terms of relationships, sexual abuse, and identity crisis among young people.