‘Sex Education’ Season 3 Release Date, News, Cast, Trailer & Spoilers
In the tumultuous year and a half since Sex education season 2 hit screens in January 2020, you’d be forgiven for forgetting how tumultuous things have been already become at Moordale high school. The last time we saw our favorite Britons on hormones, Jean (Gillian Anderson) found out she was pregnant with Jakob (Mikael Persbrandt) ‘s baby. Otis (Asa Butterfield) left a love confession on Maeve (Emma Mackey) voicemail, only for Isaac (George Robinson) to delete it. Adam (Connor Swindells) has declared his feelings for Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) on stage, nothing less. Maeve called social services on her mother. Oh, and Moordale herself was still floundering in the wake of her sex scandal, which ultimately saw Jean and Mr. Groff (Alistair Petrie) fired. Season 3 picks up at the start of a new school year, and with it, an unknown awkwardness as students navigate the new normal.
Offscreen, however, Butterfield said filming was easier than ever. “We’ve been doing this now for three seasons, so I find that I can now slip into Otis’ world quite easily and it feels very natural to me,” the actor said. IT in an interview. “I think one of the reasons [the show has] so well done, it’s because everyone is having fun. As actors, having the freedom to play with words and experiment and be a little awkward, these are magical moments, which you couldn’t write in a script. And I think that really uplifts the show.
If you’re hoping for more of those magical moments between Butterfield and Gatwa, you’re in luck; this friendship is not going anywhere. But the introduction of a new director could turn the rest of the relationship at Moordale upside down. Here’s what we know about the new season so far.
When will season 3 be released?
The third chapter is scheduled for release on September 17, 2021. All eight episodes of the Netflix hit will drop at the same time.
Who is in the cast?
All of the recurring cast from Seasons 1 and 2 are expected to return, including Butterfield, Gatwa, and Mackey. But several new faces will join as well, including Jemima Kirke as Hope Haddon, a seemingly “cool” new leader in Moordale who soon turns out to be eerily controlling as she tries to get the school “back on track.”
Jason Isaacs (Harry potter, The OA) joined as Peter Groff, the “more prosperous and not very modest older brother of Mr. Groff”, by Deadline. Recording artist and performer Dua Saleh will play Cal, a non-binary student, in their first credited television role, and Indra Ové (resident Evil) will play Anna, Elsie’s adoptive mother.
Eric’s legacy will also be more focused this season, Gatwa said. IT. “This season I really enjoyed [Eric] exploring his heritage and his parents’ culture a lot, ”he said. “I find these things very powerful because I just feel like when we talk about representation and inclusion and all of that stuff, it’s always very powerful to say, ‘I’m on a Netflix set. This is a Netflix set, it’s going to be released to the world. I’m on a Netflix set, and everyone here is Black. ‘”
Is there a trailer?
On July 19, Netflix released a full-length trailer parodying an advertisement for Moordale. In the clip, our favorite students read cards provided by the new headmistress, which makes it clear that she isn’t here to be anyone’s friend. Watch the trailer below.
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