It didn't take much to stir up fans of the Sex Education series. Less than a month after season 2 went online, Netflix has confirmed the arrival of a third season for the already cult sex series. Monday, February 10, it was with a touch of humor skilfully measured that the streaming platform announced the good news on its Twitter account. Fans across the Channel were able to read: "Let's talk about sex baby, let's talk about season 3 (of Sex Education)", making reference to the legendary title of the group Salt-N-Pepa, "Let's Talk About Sex", released in 2009. In France, it was with a no less explicit tweet that Netflix revealed the information: "Soon ass (…) Sex Education season 3". In just a few hours, the publication has accumulated more than 30,000 likes, proof that the craze around the program is not about to stop.
Sex Education season 3: https://t.co/7FiIOr7HOW
– Netflix France (@NetflixFR) February 10, 2020
"Sex Education", an uninhibited series
Broadcast since January 2019 on Netflix, "Sex Education" is the uninhibited series of the past twelve months. Imagined by screenwriter Laurie Nunn, it immerses us in the daily life of high school students at Moordale High School, including Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), the son of a wacky sexologist, called Jean Milburn (performed by Gillian Anderson). Encouraged by Maeve (Emma Mackey), the latter will then create a clandestine sexual therapy unit in his school, in order to help students in the grip of doubt. For its second season, the hit series has brought to light a new character, Rahim, portrayed by French actor Sami Outalbali ("A real man", "Les Tuches", "Sam"). And the fans already seem conquered.
For the moment, no information has circulated concerning the cast, the plot or even the release date of season 3. So be patient.