On the profile of the account “Bot du cul”, who likes to paste the expression “du cul” to all the words in the dictionary since February 2018 – a whole program -, the streaming platform went to look for a very suitable tweet : “Soon ass”. To which the Netflix France account therefore replied: “Sex Education season 3 ″. And now the formalization of a sequel to the Laurie Nunn series was done.
The announcement, which made us laugh a lot, we admit, is real good news for fans of the series, who were in just 1:30 more than 14,000 to have "liked" the tweet from the platform to 160 million d subscribers around the world. As for when Season 3 will arrive, Netflix has settled for an evasive "soon."
Broadcast since January 2019 on Netflix, “Sex Education” is a British series created by Laurie Nunn. We follow the tribulations of high school students among whom Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), son of a sexologist by the name of Jean Milburn (Gilian Anderson), who created a clandestine sex therapy cell with the help of Maeve (Emma Mackey) .
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In the eight episodes of season 2 of the series, broadcast in early January 2020, new characters have joined the plot, like the young Rahim, played by French actor Sami Outalbali. And the end imagined by Laurie Nunn left a wide open door to a season 3.
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