Sex Education Season 3 Release Time on Netflix and Everything Else You Need to Know

Sex Education Season 3 Release Time on Netflix and Everything Else You Need to Know

Season 3 of Sex Education is finally arriving on Netflix, over a year and a half after season 2 ended on a cliffhanger. We also now have a full-length trailer, which offers us our best look yet at what’s to come in the next season and should keep us entertained until release day.

Season 2 was aired on Netflix on January 17, 2020. Like many other titles, Sex Education season 3 saw a production delay owing to the ongoing pandemic.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Season 3 of Sex Education:

Sex Education Season 3 release date?

After a long wait owing to the COVID-19, Sex Education’s third season will finally air on Friday, September 17, 2021.

Sex Education Season 3 Trailer

As the third season of Sex Education approaches, a new trailer has been released. Among the highlights are Jemima Kirke’s new, supposedly more conservative headmaster, Otis’s lucky break, and Eric’s growing connection with Adam. Even though it was shot in the middle of a pandemic, it appears to be the same old entertainment to us.

How many seasons of Sex Education will be there?

Sex Education is now available on Netflix in two seasons. In January 2019, Netflix released the first season. The second season premiered in January 2020, and season 3 will release on September 17, 2021.

What will happen in Sex Education season 3?

Season 3 will begin with a time leap, skipping over the summer and commencing with the start of the new school year. Over the summer, the students were kept busy, with Otis enjoying casual sex and Eric beginning a relationship with Adam.

Maeve is hanging out with Issac, who hasn’t told her about deleting Otis’ confession voicemail, and she and Otis haven’t communicated in a long time. And while Jean is extremely pregnant, she hasn’t told Jakob yet.

The students are also coming to a different Moordale, where reporters have set up shop outside the freshly christened “sex school.” Hope Haddon, a high-achieving former student, is the new headteacher, and she wants to return the school to its former glory. Unfortunately, this means removing all traces of sex, individualism, and fun at school, with official photographs of the students wearing new school uniforms.

The cast and crew haven’t revealed much about the new season ahead of the debut, but despite the epidemic, filming appears to have been as easy as in previous seasons. Asa Butterfield (who plays Otis) gave us a few hints of what we can expect from Sex Education season 3 in an interview.

Butterfly told Elle, “I think one of the reasons [the show has] done so well is because everyone just enjoys themselves. As actors, having the freedom to play with the words and experiment and be a bit goofy—these are the magic moments, which you wouldn’t be able to write into a script. And I think that really elevates the show.”

Who’s in the cast of Sex Education Season 3?

Season 3 will see the return of all members of the diverse group, with the show continuing its habit of seamlessly balancing numerous stories. Girls actress Jemima Kirke stars as Hope Haddon, the new headteacher who proves to be a touch dictatorial in her rule over the school.

In her first official television role, recording artist Dua Saleh will also appear on the series as Cal, a nonbinary student who befriends Jackson. Other new cast members include Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs as Mr. Groff’s more successful elder brother and Resident Evil actress Indra Ové as Elsie’s new foster mother.

FAQs

Sex Education’s third season will release on Friday, September 17, 2021.


Sex Education’s season 3 will come out on Friday 17 September 2021.


Conclusion

If you are a fan of Sex Education, then brace yourselves because it is coming on the 17th of September. Subscribe to Netflix and watch your favorite show!

Happy streaming!

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Chris Mack

Chris Mack

Chris is a technology and entertainment writer whose main interests revolve around the art of writing and expression. He loves writing research-based articles in different niches and translating his thoughts into words that inspire others.


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