Sex Education made waves when it joined Netflix at the start of the year.
The unfiltered, realistic portrayal of sex during those Sixth Form years – – won legions of fans and massive praise.
As well as the funny, there was the serious.
The show – which chronicles around the makeshift sex education clinic that two school pupils set up – introduced us to some incredible talent like ELLE List 2019 honouree Ncuti Gatwa (Eric), Emma Mackey (Maeve), Aimee Lou Wood (Aimee) and Conn0r Swindells (Adam). It also brought back to our screens established talents like the inimitable Gillian Anderson and her on-screen son Otis – Asa Butterfield.
Today, Netflix has announced the release date for the second series after previously releasing first look images and information on what audiences can expect. Here’s everything to know.
- The official trailer has already released.
- Netflix confirms that season 2 released on January 17, 2020, with eight new episodes.
Since filming began, we’ve given the first look at the season with several photos released by Netflix, including lead Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa).
What happened at the end of Sex Education season one?
After a will they/won’t they few episodes, Otis and Maeve did not get together after their friendship flourished, and instead, Otis kissed Ola.
After bullying Eric for most of the season, Adam – who had previously dated Aimee – and Eric hooked up. However, this happened days before Adam was sent away to military school by his dad, who is also Moordale Secondary’s headmaster.