According to resources, the British comedy-drama Television series, “Sex Education” has been renewed for season 3 by Netflix that is expected to be released in January 2021. The confirmation of renewal was given by Headmaster Groff (Alistair Petrie) via a video posted on Netflix channel. Here is the video for the same:
The first season follows the story of Otis Milburn, a grieved young person who is undecided about sex despite the fact that, or presumably in light of the fact that, his mother is a sex therapist who is plain in regards to all parts of sexuality.
After inadvertently helping the college bully with his sex-related execution stress and uneasiness, Otis builds up a sex recommendations business with Maeve–a sure yet upset schoolmate to help their kindred understudies with their sex-related difficulties.
The second season complies with Otis who, after in conclusion protecting a relationship with Ola, is hit with reality and worry of a secondary school sentiment. That affection is more checked by the introduction of fresh out of the plastic new learners. It causes trouble at Moordale High just as chlamydia breaks out that makes students address and fight with effective issues.
Sex Education Season 3 release date
Show Makers have not revealed the actual date of release. However, it has been reported that the production of this season commenced the filming in May 2020 and will be completed by September 2020.
The filming delayed due to the COIVD-19 global pandemic resulting in delays in all projects. But, the release of season 3 expected in January 2021.
Moreover, season first of “Sex Education” debuted on 11 January 2019 and gained lots of fans from Netflix with 40 million views after the release. The show’s popularity greenlit the second edition of the web series as well which aired on 17 January 2020.
Cast of season 3
The cast of “Sex Education Season 3” has not revealed. But we can assume the cast on the bases of the previous seasons. Cast expected to resume are as follows:
Asa Butterfield as Otis, Gillian Anderson in the role of Jean, Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley, Ncuti Gatwa playing the role of Eric, Patricia Allision as Ola, Tanya Reynolds playing the role of Lily, Simone Ashley as Olivia, Chaneil Kular as Anwar and many more.