After two most super effective seasons, the crowd of spectators hangs excitedly for the season 3 run of the riddle web series. Sex Education has a plot that triggers the crowd. So currently the teen TV series is making an outline for its season 3.
Sex Education Season 3: Release Date
Till now, Netflix only announced that this series had been renewed for a third season in February 2020, and therefore, no official release date was provided.
But still, we give you an estimation that you can definitely expect this season 3 in the first half of 2021.
Is there a trailer for Sex Education season 3?
There isn’t a full trailer for season three just yet – but Netflix did release this humorous short featuring Mr. Groff walking the corridors of Moordale when they announced the show would be returning.
Sex Education season 2 ending explained
By the end of season two, Otis has broken up with Ola after embarrassing her, Maeve, and himself at a party, where he loses his virginity to popular girl Ruby.
Eric, who has spent the entirety of season two in a love triangle, picks his former bully Adam over boyfriend Raheem, after Adam storms the stage during Moordale’s school musical and professes his love for him.
After breaking up with Otis, Ola realizes that she has feelings for her friend, Lily, and begins a relationship with her.
Sex Education Season 3: Cast
The list of expected casts are:
- Asa Butterfield as Otis,
- Ncuti Gatwa as Eric,
- Gillian Anderson as Jean,
- Emma Mackey as Maeve,
- Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee,
- Connor Swindells as Adam,
- Kedar Williamson as Jackson.
Sex Education Season 3: Storyline
Season three will probably kick off with Otis thinking that Maeve wants nothing to do with him after his outburst at the house party. And given how socially awkward he is, we doubt he’ll be brave enough to ask her what’s going on, certainly not for the first couple of episodes at least.
In the new season, we will get to see the story of new love and what we will get to see that some people will also be heartbroken. Otis and Maeve must shift through lots of things before they meet.