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Miss Moordale Secondary High? So do we! Fortunately for us hardcore fans, we may be heading back to Moordale Secondary High sooner than you would think. Sex Education has been one of the biggest hits on Netflix ever since the British series made its debut back in 2019. The show follows protagonist Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), an introverted high schooler, and his mom, Jean (played by Gillian Anderson), a sex therapist. Otis is awkward and even dorky at times, but he soon becomes famous when he starts giving sex and love advice he imbibed from his expert mother to his classmates in exchange for money. He joins forces with Maeve Wiley (played by Emma Mackey)

The second season of Sex Education presents a more complicated perspective on the character’s lives. Otis begins to realize and deal with his feelings for Maeve, and their relationship seems a few ups and downs. His friendship with his best friend Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) is also shown as volatile in the second season. The plot and characters of Sex Education are so fun, complex, and relatable because the kids and parents get embarrassed just like all teenagers do. It’s hard not to fall in love with the show and characters. Sex Education season 3 is on its way, and there couldn’t have been better news for fans.

Sex Education season 2 ended on a major cliffhanger for Otis and Maeve. Fans are desperate to find out what happened next between the two. Quick recap: Otis finally worked up the courage to tell Maeve how he felt, but she’s not home when he went to the trailer park. Before he left, he told Maeve’s neighbor Isaac, who also had feelings for her, to ask Maeve to check her voicemail. Otis has left a beautiful message for Maeve to hear, but unfortunately, never does. Isaac deleted the voicemail from her phone, and so from what we have so far, Sex Education may involve another love triangle for Otis and Maeve on the cards for season 3.

We may not have the exact release date for Sex Education season 3 yet, but we confirm it will stream in 2021. A shareholder letter published by Netflix on April 20 said that the series is on the lineup of returning shows for the latter half of the year.

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