Regarding movies about sexuality and teens’ freedom of expression about sex, Netflix has some of the best series you can binge on. Sex Education is one of the numerous series which has become common among the youth, and recently Sexify was released, a series believed to be an answer to Sex education.
Sexify talks about sexuality educationally, not the usual steamy, overrated, and overdone sex talks. Directed by Kalia Alabrudzinska, Sexify is a Polish sex show about Natalie, a female tech student, and her thirst to develop the algorithms for the female orgasm. Partnering with two allies, she starts on a journey few can face.
In this post we reveal all details about Season 3’s release date, cast, plot, and more.
Sexify Season 3 Release Date:
While the ending of season two has left some fans worried about the fate of Sexify, Netflix has not announced the show’s future yet. However, there remains hope for its continuation. The first season premiered on April 28, 2021, consisting of eight episodes, followed by season two, which arrived 21 months later on January 11, 2023, with eight episodes. If the series is renewed, fans can anticipate another eight chapters possibly released in the latter half of 2024.
Sexify Season 3 Cast:
Since there is no update on casts disqualified for the third season, we expect most of the casts who featured in the second season to reprise their roles in the third season. Aleksandra Skraba (Below the surface) will be back as Natalie, Maria Soboncinska (All For my mother) as Paulina, and Sandara Drzymalska. We may also see Edyta Turhan reprising her role as Natalie’s mother in the third season. Just like in every other new season, we should be open to the possibility of different faces.
Sexify Season 3 Plot:
Season one revolved around Natalie, a computer genius willing to go all the mile to bag the winner’s prize at the competition. She has to think of something fast, intelligent but not so ridiculous or cringe-worthy. She decides on an App that will allow the female population to talk about their sex life freely, gain tips to improve their sex life, and share their worst experiences with others. She does not have the experience needed; therefore, she uses the help of her two friends, Paulina and Monika. The three did not win the competition in the first season despite their effort and dedication to the project.
Season two of Sexify concludes with a familiar focus on sex, as Natalia and Adam share an intimate moment before Natalia returns to her computer, ready to embark on a new project. The question arises whether she intends to create another revolutionary app for female pleasure in Polish society or pursue something entirely different. A potential third season would likely delve into these unanswered questions, revolving around the collaborative efforts of Natalia, Monika, and Paulina once again.
However, it’s important to acknowledge that by the end of season two, most of the major storylines appear to be resolved, casting doubts on the possibility of a third season. Perhaps this was the ultimate climax of the series, and it went unnoticed at the time. Only time will tell the fate of Sexify and if further chapters unfold.
Sexify Season 3 Trailer:
Despite Netflix renewing the show a while ago, a trailer for the third season is yet to be released by the show’s creator. If Sexify proves resilient enough to return for a third season, fans may need to wait until 2024 or later for new episodes. In the meantime, enjoy the anticipation by revisiting the trailer for the previous season.
Sexify Season 2 Review:
The Review Geek describes Sexify Season 2 as a delightful drama that follows the girls’ journey, highlighting their challenges while striving to be recognized as serious business entrepreneurs. Each character confronts their struggles, and amidst their app development, they resolve some of their relationship issues.
According to Daily Research Plot, Sexify Season 2 delves into a world of technology and intellectual property, presenting a messier narrative. While the significance of orgasms and relationships remains central, the story also highlights the corporate mechanisms that consume and exploit technological advancements, portraying them as the antagonistic force.
Sexify Season 2 Rating:
Sexify Season 1 boasts an impressive 83% rating on the Tomatometer and an audience score of 83% according to Rotten Tomatoes. For Sexify Season 2, Rotten Tomatoes reveals an audience score of 64%. If you haven’t watched the first two seasons of Sexify, look no further than Netflix.
Where To Watch Sexify?
Sexify is available for streaming exclusively on Netflix. Season 2 consists of eight episodes in total.
That’s what we have for now. Stay tuned for updates on the show’s future!
Netflix has a variety of sex-themed shows such as Sex Education, Euphoria that you may want to check out.