Sex Education season 3

Netflix’s delightful, sharply written coming of age comedy Sex Education was one show whose new season was delayed due to the pandemic. However, the show was able to go back into production in the UK and Netflix has confirmed that the eight-episode second season will be released in the fall.

We don’t have much information about the new season but we do know a few details. Ncuti Gatwa, who plays Eric Effiong on the show, stated last year that Eric will return “back to culture” more than in previous seasons. “Those scenes were very unique.” “Just being able to have a set where most people were Black was wonderful and powerful and represented Eric’s culture and family. Those are always extremely profound moments.

Asa Butterfield, the Otis Milburn character, gave some insight as well. She revealed that the new season will not pick up where season 2 left off. there’s been some time-jumping since the season two finale. “Otis’s back at school, but he still has other things on the plate. He has shown some signs of maturity and is now a little more confident… It’s been a pleasure to show his newfound charisma. However, he is still very awkward.

Below are the most important facts about season 3.

Sex Education season 3 release date

Netflix has now confirmed that sex education season 3, will be available to stream starting Friday 17th September 2021.

Sex Education season 3

Sex Education season 3 trailer

Season 3 of Education has yet to release a trailer. The streaming giant has uploaded a video titled “season 3 announcement”, which features Groff dropping hints about this new series.

Sex Education season 3 new characters

Netflix announced that three more faces would be joining the series in September 2013.

Harry Potter‘s Jason Isaacs will play the role of Peter Groff (the older, more successful brother)

Moordale was now looking for a headteacher after Groff was fired. Hope, a Girls star, is the headmistress. The new head hopes to restore her old high school to its former glory.

Cal, a new non-binary student, clashes against the new headmistress. Cal is played in the role of Dua Saleh by Dua, a female-non-conforming singer, and songwriter.