In sex educationViewers primarily follow Otis Milburn (Butterfield), an awkward teenager on many fronts, not helped by the fact that his mother Jean (Gillian Anderson) is a sex therapist. When Otis accidentally gives sexual advice to one of his mates, he hooks up with fellow student Maeve (Emma McKay) to run an underground sex therapy clinic in the school. However, until the most recent season 3 of the show, someone else has co-opted the clinic and is giving bogus advice. Mordale Secondary has appointed a new head teacher, Hope (jemima kirke), who had planned to fix the image of the school through several policy changes.
Season 3 struggled hard to get Otis and the gang moving into its fourth season. The most pressing issue is that students at Moordale Secondary now have no school to go back to. As Season 3 ended, Hope was fired, and the developers bought the school, leaving the students to seek education elsewhere. One student relatively unaffected by the turmoil is Maeve, who accepted a major opportunity to study abroad in America. Unfortunately for the audience to bring Otis and Mae together, the notion was put on hold as the two parted for now). Meanwhile, after a few scary complications, Jeanne gives birth to her baby boy! While everyone initially believed in Jacob (Mikel Persbrandt) was the father, Jean dropped the bomb that the father was someone else.
Although little is known about Season 4 plot-wise, viewers can expect some major threads to continue in the wake of Season 3. Some cast members will also be noticeably absent in the new season. Due to a mix of personal and creative decisions, former cast members Patricia Ellison (Hailstone), Tanya Reynolds (lily), Rakhi Thakri (Emily Sands), and Simone Ashley (Olivia) will not return to the series. New faces are expected to join the upcoming season, though no casting announcement has been made.
With Butterfield and Petrie, nakuti gatwa It was recently confirmed to reprise his role as Eric. Additional cast still expected to return are McKay, Anderson, Conor Swindells, amy lou woodAnd Kedar Williams-Sterling, Producer, Writer and Executive Producer Laurie Nunn Will also return for season 4.
sex education Season 4 has no release date yet. Seasons 1-3 are now streaming on Netflix. Watch Season 3’s bloopers below: