Sex Education renewed for a season 3

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"Soon ass". It was not without humor that Netflix confirmed the return of the uninhibited series worn by Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa and Emma Mackey. An announcement that comes less than a month after the launch of season 2, available since January 17. Far from being a surprise, this formalization testifies to the craze around the series which comes in fourth position of the films and series most watched on the streaming platform in 2019.

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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Across the Channel, where Sex Education is produced, the Netflix UK Twitter account posted an unprecedented video in which Michael Groff, the principal of the Moordale high school, played by Alistair Petrie, wanders in a high school corridor where paintings representing the characters of the series are hung. "Here, Otis, and his crisp Tomme de Brie", "Eric, wondering: he likes me, a little, a lot … It comes from a French game" he continues in front of Eric’s painting. He then presents Lily "And its violets, a Greek symbol of lesbian and bisexual love" and Jackson "Our young actor" wearing a skull, "A symbol to Shakespeare", explains the principal who improvises as an art historian. Check out the great video below. "Data-reactid =" 26 "> Across the Channel, where Sex Education is produced, the Netflix UK Twitter account posted an unprecedented video in which Michael Groff, the principal of the Moordale high school, played by Alistair Petrie, wanders in a high school corridor where paintings representing the characters of the series are hung. "Here, Otis, and his crisp Tomme de Brie", "Eric, wondering: he likes me, a little, a lot … It comes from a French game" he continues in front of Eric’s painting. He then presents Lily "And its violets, a Greek symbol of lesbian and bisexual love" and Jackson "Our young actor" wearing a skull, "A symbol to Shakespeare", explains the principal who improvises as an art historian. Check out the cheerful video below.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Nugget of British-American origin arrived on Netflix in January 2019, Sex Education takes us into the daily lives of high school students at Moordale High School, including Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), an inexperienced high school student, unsure of himself and the son of a sex therapist played by the brilliant Gillian Anderson. Encouraged by Maeve (Emma Mackey), the latter will then create a clandestine sexual therapy cell in his high school. Despite his total lack of practice and experience, Otis proves to be a perfect (…) Read more on TVMag.com

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"data-reactid =" 28 "> Nugget of British-American origin arrived on Netflix in January 2019, Sex Education takes us into the daily lives of high school students at Moordale High School, including Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), an inexperienced high school student, unsure of himself and the son of a sex therapist played by the brilliant Gillian Anderson. Encouraged by Maeve (Emma Mackey), the latter will then create a clandestine sexual therapy cell in his high school. Despite his total lack of practice and experience, Otis proves to be a perfect (…) Read more on TVMag.com

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