Sex Education Season 3: Release Date, Cast, Plot And What We Know So Far

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Sex Education Season 3

Netflix finally released a trailer to Season 3 Sex Education. It shows us some new characters, as well as some of the familiars, in an advert POV video that was shot at Moordale. The teaser offers a peek into the series. This allows us to predict what is going to happen, but only a small amount to not ruin the fun.

Sex Education season 3 release date

The premiere of Sex Education’s 3rd season may not have been made public this month, but we are ready to celebrate! Sex Education’s 3rd season is set to be released on Netflix on September 17th. This is the exciting third season, which will be released next month. And we already have a trailer for season 3.

Check out the trailer below!

Moordale may be experiencing a completely new vibe. The vibe doesn’t seem quite as cheerful as in the past seasons. What does all this mean for our favorite students and their future? What does it mean for Otis’s sex business? What will this mean to Eric’s incredible sense of fashion that cannot be expressed in the dull uniforms of his school? This is what it means!

Fans may have to wait for a little over a month before they can see all these questions answered in the third season of this wickedly good series, but we know that it will certainly be worth the wait. To get caught up on September’s episode, you can watch every episode of  Sex Education only on Netflix.

Sex Education Season 3

Sex Education season 3 cast

It is good to report that many of our old faces are back to carry on where we left off in season 2. Asa Butterfield will reprise his role as Otis. Jean Anderson will continue her role as Jean’s sex therapist. Ncuti gatwa, Otis’ best friend Eric, Emma Mackey, Aimee Lou, Aimee Wood, Aimee Swindells, Kedar Wilkins-Stirling, Jackson, Patricia Allison, and Tanya Reynolds are all returning Moordale students. Alistair Petrie will be reprising his role as Adam’s father and former headmaster (Mr. Groff) too.

There are also new cast members. Jemima, a female actor, will portray Hope, Moordale’s new headteacher. Dua Saleh is a Cal-non-binary student. Jason Isaacs, of Star Trek: Discovery and Harry Potter fame, is also joining the board to play Peter Groff.

What to expect

Netflix did issue a released statement, though it didn’t provide much detail. The announcement is here:

“It’s an entirely new year. Otis is having casual sex, Eric, Adam, and Jean are expecting a child. Hope, Moordale’s new headteacher, is determined to make Moordale once again a pillar to excellence. Aimee learns feminism, Jackson meets Jackson, and a voicemail remains unanswered. Get ready for alien phenomena and commitment animals as well as vulva cake and much more from Madam Goff.

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