It’s almost time to visit Otis (Eric), Maeve, and the rest of the Moordale Secondary Gang from Netflix’s hit teenage comedy show Sex Education. The show was confirmed by Headmaster Groff (Alistair Petrie), earlier this year.
You can read the rest of this article to learn about Season 3’s casting, release, plot details, and other news.
Sex Education season 3 release date: When is it coming to Netflix?
confirmed the release date for the third season of Sex Education This is 17 September 2021 All eight episodes have been added to Netflix.
Seasons 1 and 2 were premiered on the platform in January 2019, 2020, and 2019. However, due to the difficult year that we all have been through, the third series started filming later than initially planned.
Netflix announced that season three, Sex Education, was now in production on September 9, 2020. A screenshot of a script with hearts and aubergine emojis was shared by Netflix.
Getting going ASAP was particularly important because the show is reliant on filming during long summer days, which helps give Sex Education its American-style aesthetic.
Sex Education season 3 cast: Who’s in it?
The following familiar faces were all seen in the third season announcement video. We fully expected this given their integral role in the series.
Otis. Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), Jean. Maeve. Aimee. Aimee. Lou Wood. Adam. Jackson. Kedar Williams-Stirling. Ola. Patricia Allison. Lily. Headmaster Groff.
We can also expect to see Olivia and Ruby (Simone Ashley), who has since been cast in Bridgerton Season Two), Anwar (Chaneil Kular), and Anwar – aka The Untouchables- all back.
Aimee’s boyfriend Steve is Chris Jenks; Miss Sands is Rakhee Thakrar; Mr. Hendricks is Jim Howick; Ola’s father Jakob (MikaelPersbrandt); Adam’s mum Maureen, Adam (Samantha Spiro); Jackson’s mums Sofia Waddingham (Hannah Waddingham); Roz (Sharon Duncan–Brewster); and Otis’s dad Remi (James Purefoy), possibly Otis Purefoy).
Season two added three new cast members: Rahim(Sami Outalbali), super-smart Viv (“Chinenye Ezeudu”), and Maeve’s neighbor Isaac (George Robinson).
Season three will also have some new additions.
Star Trek: Discovery’sJason Isaiahs has been cast as Peter Groff. Groff is Groff’s older, more successful sibling. We also know Adam’s dad was with him during his separation from Maureen.
Girls star Jemima Kirke will play the school’s new headmistress ‘Hope’ after Mr. Groff was booted out.
She was a Moordale Student herself and has big plans to restore the establishment to its former glory.
And finally, Dua Saleh, a gender-non-conforming songwriter and recording artist will play Cal, a non-binary student who is at loggerheads with headmistress Hope.
However, it remains to be determined if Anne Marie Duff will return to Maeve’s mother Erin. They parted on bad terms. Maeve’s brother Sean Bluemel (Edward Bluemel), was there in season one. We haven’t seen him ever since. Could he appear?
Bluemel said: I have to wait and see. It’s something people have talked about. I think it makes sense, based upon the reactions of those who have watched the show.