Sex Education season 3: Release date, cast, plot and Everything You Need to Know!

Sex education is a comedy TV drama series produced in Britain and created by Laurie Nunn. The series premiered on Netflix in 2019, and over 40 million viewers streamed the first season after its debut. The second season was aired in January 2020. The show has become a critical and commercial success for many fans. 

Sex Education Season 3 Storyline:

Sex education is a British show which explores the life of a teenage boy named Otis. Though Otis has no much experience in lovemaking, he gets guidance from a personal sex-ed course from her sex therapist mother. At home, he is surrounded by manuals, videos, and even open conversations about sex. He then teams up with the bad girl, Maeve,  and they set up an underground sex therapy clinic to help solve their classmates’ problems. Interestingly, when analyzing his classmates’ issues, he finds out that he needs therapy too. 

Sex education Season 3 Release Date:

Sex Education Season 3 Release Date

The show has had a consistent gap for the last two seasons. If the same were to be followed, then Sex Education would be expected to release in January 2021. Unfortunately, that might not happen. The global coronavirus pandemic has significantly affected the series’s filming, which has caused quite a delay. The filming was set to be in April/May 2020 in Wales, but it was impossible. Netflix however, later confirmed that the filming could start in August with proper guidelines to prevent COVID 19 spread. 

Sex Education Season 3 is all scheduled to air on Netflix on September 17. Netflix confirming the news on Twitter and also gave the first sneak peek.

Sex education Season 4 Renewed:

Netflix has yet to clarify whether or not the fourth season of Sex Education will be produced. However, the program has been incredibly popular to date, and there are still lots of stories to be told about the characters, so a fourth season looks plausible.

If the fourth season of Sex Education is made, we won’t see it until at least 2022. Due to the pandemic’s delays, we’ve only had one series per year so far, with Season 1 showing in January 2019, Season 2 in January 2020, and Season 3 in September 2021.

Considering that season 3 didn’t premiere until the autumn, a 2022 release date for season 4 is likely to be delayed until later in the year as well.

Finally, the hit Netflix series featuring Asa Butterfield and Emma Mackey has been renewed for a fourth season, promising more iconic moments with the Moordale kids.

Sex Education Season 3 Cast:

Considering how season 2 ended, we should be expecting several actors and actresses to make a comeback to the show. The majority of the main actors will be back, and some new cast may also be added to the season. What we know is the next cast will be back: 

  •       Emma Mackey (Death on the Nile) as Maeve
  •       Asa Butterfield as Otis
  •       Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs
  •       Ncuti Gatwa as Eric
  •       Gillian Anderson as Jean
  •       Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson
  •       Connor Swindells as Adam

Sex Education Season 3 Expected Plot:

Sex Education Season 3 Plot

The series has already shown two seasons, and though Netflix has not released the expected storyline for season 3, we have our expectations. Without any doubt, the season will continue exploring the relationship between students of Moordale secondary school. Plenty will be revealed about Maeve and Otis as well as  Eric and Adam. We expect more of Isaac’s deception and then Otis and Maeve might reunite. Well, the creators of the show are very creative and may actually surprise. So, let’s just wait for the season to get juicy. 

Sex Education Season 3 Trailer:

A trailer for the season has not yet been released. However, when Netflix announced the renewal of season 3, they released a short video showing Mr. Groff walking the Moordale corridors.

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