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‘Sex Education’ season three is here! Image via Instagram @sexeducation.

‘Sex Education’ season three is here! Trailer, plot, cast and more [watch]

‘Sex Education’ season three begins with a new term at Moordale Secondary. Here is the latest trailer, plot and new cast members.

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‘Sex Education’ season three is here! Image via Instagram @sexeducation.

Netflix released the second official trailer for Sex Education season three on Thursday 16 September. All eight episodes of Sex Education season three released on the streaming platform today (17 September).


Season two ended with Jean, played by Gillian Anderson, finding out she was pregnant with Jakob, played by Mikael Persbrandt’s baby. While Adam played by Connor Swindells, declared his feelings for Eric, played by Ncuti Gatwa. 

Season three picks up with the beginning of a new term at Moordale Secondary. As per Deadline, insecure Otis, played by Asa Butterfield is having casual sex. Jean has her baby on the way. Aimee, played by Aimee-Lou Wood discovers feminism while Jackson played by Kedar Williams-Stirling has a crush and a lost voicemail still looms. 

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All cast members from season one and two are set to return with newbies joining the cast as well. Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Aimee Lou Wood, Connor Swindells, Patricia Allinson, and Tanya Reynolds all appear in the trailer of the series. 

Jemima Kirke will play Hope Haddon, a seemingly “cool” new headteacher at Moordale who soon reveals herself to be controlling as she attempts to rid the school of any kind of positive discussion of sex or idenity. 

Jason Isaacs will play Peter Groff, Mr. Groff’s “more successful and not very modest older brother.”

“Peter definitely has some Lucius energy — he’s a condescending, arrogant bully who also happens to be extremely rich,” according to Teen Vogue.

Indra Ové will play Anna, Elsie’s foster mother.Recording artist Dua Saleh will play Cal, a nonbinary student. 

“The character is from Minneapolis, and upon arriving at Moordale, they quickly connect with Jackson played by Kedar Williams-Stirling, who desperately needs someone to tell him to give himself a break,” according to Teen Vogue.


Catch up with trailer one below, followed by trailer two and a teaser. 

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