Sex Education is one of the many popular series that have come on Netflix in recent years. The show has released about 2 seasons and has gained quite a number of fans in a very short span. After the release of the show, the fans have quite respectively followed the story of the lead characters discover their sexuality and other primitive American teenage issues. The show stars Asa Butterfield as the lead character and thereafter, the protagonist of the show has gained many fans for his quite interesting portrayal of the character.
More About The Release Of Sex Education Season 3:
The release of the third season of Sex Education has been quite a bit issue for many fans. We have been wondering about the release of the new season. It could be that the new season of the show has been delayed due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. The thing is that the show makers have been limited all across the world.
Not only Sex Education but also, other shows have been delayed due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. So, it could be that we don’t get to see the new season soon but, it could be a fact that the new season releases in the near future. Although, for now, we didn’t know anything until, the show makers released some official news regarding the third season of the show.
The release of the second Sex Education happened on 17 January 2020. Thus, it was said by the official analysis that the show gathered about 40 million viewers with the debut of the first season on Netflix itself. Thereafter, the show has now been confirmed for the third season. The third season of the show will be coming but, the official date as of yet is unknown. The official date of the show has yet to be released by the show makers but, for now, we can say it safely that there will be a new season.
T’Nia Miller won’t be coming back for the new season:
“No, I’m not involved in season three,” she told Digital Spy. “I’m not coming back, but that’s OK, because I get to watch it.
“In fact, when they asked me to come and read for it [season two] I was like, ‘No, I’m not going into Sex Ed for a cameo. It’s one of my favorite shows. I don’t want to spoil the mystery of it.’
“I just want to delve right into that world and be immersed in that whole experience of these different characters. I don’t want to meet everybody and know the scripts in advance. I’ll never watch season two. I’ll never watch it.”