All You Need to Know About Sex Education Season 2.

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On 11th of January, 2019, when Netflix released its series ” Sex Education”, it rose to prominence in no time. It won the hearts of anyone who has ever felt weird, Perhaps uncomfortable to talk about the social taboo “SEX”. It’s not a topic that’s widely discussed so needless to say Netflix delighted fans by explaining and discussing the problems related to sex through their series. The series includes a cast of young and talented actors and actress including Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Connor Swindells, and Kedar Williams Stirling.

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The first season depicts the story of socially awkward high school student Otis who is inexperienced in the department of love or sex for that matter. But he gets good guidance on this topic in his sex education course, living with his mother Jean, who is a sex therapist. Being surrounded by manuals, videos and tediously open conversation about sex helps Otis but through the course, things seem to get complicated as he develops feelings for his friend Maeve.

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Sex Education 2

Needless to say, the fans were overjoyed when Netflix confirmed that these relatable teens of Moordale High, Otis, Maeve and Eric will soon be returning for ” Sex Education” season 2. The dates have been confirmed, the series will return on 17th January 2020 with eight brand new episodes. Moreover the creator, Laurie Nunn has announced that we are likely to see fresh faces in the second season, with the inclusion of Sami Outalbali, George Robinson and Chinenye Ezeuduhave, with the viewers also getting a glimpse of these new characters in a trailer.

However all main characters are returning but one question that has been lurking around is, ” will Maeve and Otis finally get together?”, thus the sexual tension just emanates off the screen. It began filming in May. Netflix shared this adorable video which has gotten us excited.

Henceforth it is safe to say that season 2 is possibly going to be better than the first one.