Moordale will reopen on September 17, 2021.
After an eventful filming, Covid-19 obliges, Netflix had to postpone the release of season 3 of Sex Education, initially scheduled for January 2021. It will finally arrive eight months late, since the platform has just announced that the series will be back for September 17, in the wake of the start of the school year. To celebrate, the first images have also been uploaded, including Asa Butterfield (Otis), Ncuti Gatwa (Eric) and Emma Mackey (Maeve), as well as an official synopsis:
New year in Moordale! Otis multiplies the sexual relations, Eric and Adam are officially in a relationship and Jean is expecting a child. Meanwhile, a new principal, Hope – played by Jemima Kirke – attempts to put Moordale back on the path to excellence, Aimee discovers feminism, Jackson has a crush, and a forgotten voicemail comes to the surface. Get ready for animals as proof of engagement, alien freaks, vulva cupcakes and more Madame Groff.
The entire cast will therefore be back, but there will also be new ones to spice up this new season of Sex Education : Jason Isaacs as Mr. Groff’s older brother, artist Dua Saleh who will play a non-binary student for her screen debut and Indra Ové who will be Anna, Elsie’s adoptive mother.
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