Sex Education Season 3 Release Date
The production of the third season of Sex Education began in September 2020 (with a delay from April due to the coronavirus ), but unfortunately, we do not have a release date yet. However, we did some math to try and find a solution when we might anticipate it.
Netflix introduced that sex education was renewed for season 2 on February 1, 2019, and the season launched on January 17, 2020. The claim that season 3 also took place in February 2020 a January 2021 release date is not on the cards because filming has been postponed this time around.
Taking this five-month setback into consideration, we’re probably looking to drop the third sex education season in June 2021. As to when we can look forward to finding out (if our prediction is correct), the date of Season 2’s release was announced roughly months before it aired, so keep your eyes peeled for April 2021.
Sex Education season 3 cast
The good news is that masses of familiar faces are returning to continue what we left behind at the end of Season 2. Asa Butterfield can return as Otis, and Gillian Anderson as her mother Jean, a sex therapist. Other returning Moordale students include Ncuti Gatwa, Otis’ best friend, Eric, Emma Mackey, Maeve, Aimee Lou Wood, Connor Swindells, Adam, Kedar Williams-Stirling, Jackson, Patricia Allison, Ola and Tanya Reynolds, Lily. Alistair Petrie will resume his role as Adam’s father and previous manager, Mr. Groff, as well.
There are also a few new faces inside the cast. Actress Jemima Kirke will play Moordale’s new director, Hope, while musician Dua Saleh is the non-binary student Cal. Jason Isaacs, from Harry Potter and Star Trek: Discovery famous, is also in the game, playing the role of Peter Groff, the older brother of Mr. Groff, more modest and more prosperous.
The plot of sex education season 3
The announcements of the new cast give us a glimpse of what can also manifest in Sex Education Season 3 – for example, we recognize that there is a new school principal in town, in the form of the new member Jemima Kirke, so we bet there will be some tweaking at Moordale High School. While we don’t understand some plot details, there are a few unsecured Season 2 stoppage endings to tie in, so we can bet what will follow.
On the one hand, Jean finds out that she is pregnant in the latter part of the season – after her date with Jakob (Mikael Persbrandt) has already failed. Additionally, Jean and Otis are no longer talking to each other after she finds out about the sex counseling hospital where he was jogging at school, so Otis has yet to find out.
Meanwhile, Adam overcomes his insecurities to publicly assert his feelings for Eric. So we’ll no doubt see how their relationship develops in Season 3. Meanwhile, Otis tries to dial the same number, leaving Maeve a voicemail to apologize for his behavior and tell her that he loves her. . However, Isaac (George Robinson), Maeve’s friend, clears the message and sends Otis away while he comes to see her – will Maeve ever find out how he feels?
Elsewhere in the Season 2 finale, Maeve finds out that her mother (Anne-Marie Duff) is once again using the capsules and making social offers to her. Authorities take her little sister away from her, leaving Maeve on her own again, which is sure to have emotional repercussions that can be explored in Season 3.