Sex Education 3 is officially underway – all we have to do is wait for its release date. With Sex Education season 3 production currently on hold due to the global health crisis, we hope the much-loved British sitcom will return to streaming service in 2021, as long as the decision to resume filming in August is made. soon .
Sex education takes place in the picturesque Welsh countryside, mainly at the Lycée de Moordale. Here, we explore the life, loves and intimate connections of students from school and beyond. Mother and son Jean and Otis – played by Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield – help their friends and colleagues with their sexual problems. It's Jean's job, but Otis does it to make money. During the first two seasons, the characters in the series develop in a gratifying way and Sex Education explores a certain number of sensitive subjects with an attentive touch.
Below, we'll tell you everything you need to know about Sex Education season 3, including its likely release date, the cast, where we think the story will go next. Will Otis finally stop messing around and win Maeve's heart? The spoilers follow.
Sex Education season 3 release date forecast: 2021?
We expect the release date of Sex Education season 3 to be in early 2021, depending on the length of the current shooting hiatus linked to the health crisis. Time is running out for filming in 2020 as the film is set to be shot in the longest days of the British summer, but could resume in August, according to Deadline and Eleven, the production company behind the hit Netflix. It seems that with the ten weeks of preparation necessary to resume filming, Netflix will have to make a decision next month on a resumption in August to avoid a significant delay in season 3.
This occurs when the British government authorized the resumption of film and television filming in May 2020, as long as the producers put in place sufficient security plans. However, given the necessary contact and privacy that the Sex Education cast must have as part of the series, it will be a headache for Eleven.
If Netflix stays true to its current release model for the show, which, given the success of its ranking, seems possible, we expect Season 3 to be released in January 2021. Production details are still quite scarce, but Weekly production has the third season listed in a recent 2020 production calendar for May, so the calendar pretty much aligns.
Sex education season 3 trailer: a glimpse of what to expect next year
let's talk about baby sex, let's talk about season 3 (from Sex Education) pic.twitter.com/qvRIiXwp9BFebruary 10, 2020
Fortunately, Netflix seems to understand exactly how thirsty Sex Education fans are for more of the series, and the streamer marked the announcement of the renewal of season 3 with a trailer. Much like the initial trailer for Season 2, in which Gillian Anderson delivered a sensual monologue on the benefits of sexuality, the teaser for Season 3 is entertainingly told by Aristair Petrie director Groff.
We see the silent director walking down the halls of Moordale High, passing portraits of the main cast of Sex Education as he notes what the future may hold for each of them. The teaser ends with an invitation to learn more about season 3 of sex education, but ends before an appropriate release date.
Sex Education Season 3 Cast: Who We Expect
While a distribution list for season three is yet to be confirmed, we are fairly confident in assuming that the characters featured in the teaser video will return.
The headliners of the series Asa Butterfield (Otis Milburn) and Gillian Anderson (Dr Jean Milburn) are featured, as well as a good part of the supporting cast, in particular Emma Mackey (Maeve Wiley), Ncuti Gatwa (Eric Effiong ), Connor Swindells (Adam Groff) and Patricia Allison (Ola Nyman). Given the heaviness of season 2 in an overall narrative approach, it would be difficult to imagine the return of the show without the bulk of the cast taking over their roles.
Anderson tweeted about sex education season 3 on renewal day (note the patterns above the ceiling):
See you soon 🍆🌸 @ sexeducation S3 pic.twitter.com/sdONgVmzVQFebruary 10, 2020
Sex Education Season 3 Story: What We Expect From The Next Series Of Episodes
Creator and writer of the series Laurie Nunn was already hard at work on the script for a third season long before Netflix renewed the series
In an interview with LADbible, Nunn discusses the series' tight work schedule, noting that the process of writing another season before the confirmed renewal is normally part of the operation of television production. Asked about the potential for future stories, Nunn said, “I love writing these characters. It's such a great set and I think the theme of the series – in terms of gender and relationships – it really offers a endless story Opportunities. “
Season 2 of sex education moved away from his focus on Otis and instead chose to lend almost equal time to the wonderfully diverse characters around him. Eric (Gatwa), the most recent queer icon on the Internet, has benefited the most from this change in the structure of the show, allowing a nuanced and moving overview of the struggles of a young black queer man. His popularity clearly did not go without notice, as the teaser video for the third season is largely focused on the potential of his flourishing romance with his former tyrant Adam.
Eric is not the only student who has love in the brain, of course. The timeless “will they, won't they?” the dance between Otis and Maeve (Mackey) seems about to happen. The somewhat conflicting final scenes of season two saw Otis confess his love to Maeve in a voice message, only to be suppressed by Maeve's new love interest before she could hear it.
While some fans have criticized this story as an artificial extension of the character's current love dilemma, the show's director avoids any potential backlash. In a conversation with BT, Ben Taylor says, “I think shoes will be thrown on the screens. In a good way. I love being screwed up by stuff. You think you want it, but you don't do it.”
There are many more sons featuring the supporting cast that need to be picked up in Sex Education season 3. John ends season two with a new appreciation for emotional intimacy with his partner Jakob over and over again, thanks to his friendship with Adam's newly divorced mother Maureen. Elsewhere, various students are now grappling with revelations about their identity and their place in the world as they face the realities of trauma from sexual assault, unconventional identities and looming prospects for the future.
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Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter about further developments in the series, Nunn is excited about the places where she and her writers can take the eclectic cast. “These characters … they have legs. I think I could do more with them if we have the chance, ”she said. “[Netflix] is very supportive and really wants us to tell the stories that we are passionate about. It's really like we're all on the same page, wanting to do the same show. ”
It’s an exciting prospect for a show mainly made up of diverse young talents in front and behind the camera. It's not hard to see why sex education has touched fans so much. It offers a very human and non-judgmental look at the problems faced not only by adolescents, but also by many adults who still come to terms with their own sexuality. Nunn's writing is incredibly clean, and the show's inclusive agenda makes it a great addition to Netflix's growing library of media and progressive stories.
Bring season 3.