Sex Education is one of the best shows on Netflix right now, covering everything from fun and friendship to the often complicated business of figuring out our sexuality and identity.
The first two seasons won over countless fans and in September, season 3 was officially confirmed.
However, with filming, pandemic restrictions and lots of other factors, we really didn’t know when the season would actually be landing on our screens.
Thankfully, Netflix has finally confirmed that the third season of Sex Education will be on Netflix on January 17th.
So what can we expect from S3?
There’s been no official trailer or spoilers just yet, so for now, we have to look at the last two seasons to figure out what this one might be about.
There’s so much to pick up on since season two, for example: Where do Otis and Maeve stand? Do they get together or does George, and other facts get in the way?
Will Eric be happy with his decision?
How is pregnant Jean getting on? Will Otis have a new brother or sister when we meet them again?
What we do know is that the third season will feature several new characters.
First up, is Jason Isaacs (yes, the Harry Potter star!), who will play Peter Groff, Mr Groff’s more successful/less modest older brother and Adam’s uncle.
Jason Isaacs has previously played Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter, HAP in The OA, and Captain Hook in Peter Pan.
Jemima Kirke will play Hope, the new headmistress at Moordale. You might know her from the TV show Girls, and she was also in the video for Dusk Till Dawn, Zayn’s song featuring Sia.
Dua Saleh will play Cal, a non binary student who clashes with Hope.
All we can say is – roll on season three.
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