Sex education is a 2019 drama series on Netflix. Socially very very awkward high school student named Otis may not have much experience in the lovemaking department, but he gets good guidance on the topic in his sex-ed course — living with mom Jean, who is a sex therapist.
The storyline is quite catchy and unique. Almost 96 percent of the viewers have liked the show until now.
It is no doubt that the show has become a massive success around the world. The first episode was released on 11th January 2019.
Good news for the viewers that the show is bringing the second season as well and it will be hitting Netflix very soon. Stay Tight folks!!
Sex Education Season 2 Explanation of The Ending
The show continued to play on this will-they/won’t-they dynamic, although not as blatantly as in season 1.
The outing kept mostly kept Otis and Maeve apart. Otis was busy sorting out his relationship with Ola and the fact that his mom is dating his girlfriend’s dad.
Maeve, on the other hand, dealt with maternal problems as she’s reunited with her recovering addict mother.
Despite their individual lives pulling them apart, it’s clear that both still have mutual feelings for each other. Maeve came clean about her real feelings for Otis, prompting for Otis to do the same.
Still, the circumstances didn’t permit them to act on their attraction.
After a few more snafus, season 2 ended with Otis seeking out Maeve – telling her that she loves her through a voice message.
What Issac’s Choice means for the show’s third part
The way the second season wrapped up is somehow reminiscent of the events that took place season 1 finale.
However, instead of Maeve left pinning for Otis things got reversed and Otis is left out in the cold.
Whether or not the stars finally align for Otis and Maeve in the third season which remains to be a big question.
Netflix has officially ordered a third part for the show. Chances are there for an announcement if there is an increase in the viewers of the show.