Sex Educations Season 3 welcomed a fresh head teacher, played by Girls star Jemima Kirke, to Moordale Secondary School. And, Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Maeve (portrayed by Barbie actor Emma Mackey) found their friendship on the rocks once more. It's no wonder that fans are eager to discover everything about Season 4.
Three of the shows' leading actors have announced that they will not be returning to the popular Netflix drama. Patricia Allison, who plays Ola Nyman, made the announcement during an appearance on the Capital Xtras breakfast program. "I'll not be joining the team for Season 4," Allison said.
Tanya Reynolds, who plays Olas' love interest, has announced that she will no longer join the Moordale gang for the next season. "I'm not [returning], actually," the actor said of the news. It's just the natural progression of these programs. When you have such large ensemble casts and so many characters, I think you have to let a few older ones go to make room for newer ones, which is absolutely the appropriate thing.
Rakhee Thakra, who played everybodys favorite teacher Emily Sands, has revealed that she will not be returning for the fourth installment of the show. I can't really say why, Thakra told Daily Star Sunday.
Fans will be surprised to learn that Allison, Reynolds, and Thakra will not be appearing in the next installment of Sex Education. The series will eventually return to our screens, so get all the information you need to know here.
Asa Butterfield and Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa as Eric, Aimee Lou Wood as Adam, and Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson go back for Season 4.
Jean Milburn is recovering from a serious postpartum haemorrhage in Season 3, so Season 4 will probably include Gillian Anderson in order to continue on with that storyline.
If you have ever imagined yourself as part of the Sex Education cast, now is your chance. They are looking for Abbi, a young trans woman with a Winona Ryder vibe, and Kent, a trans-masculine character who plays Abbis boyfriend.
Sex Education will be returning on Netflix for a fourth season on September 25, 2019. However, no word has been given regarding when production will begin and how long we may expect for the next season.
The cast and crew seem to agree on whether or not the program will last beyond Season 4, according to Digital Spy. This one is a relatively straightforward narrative, according to Asa Butterfield.
Lauren Evans, the show's director, said back in May that she doesn't want to keep going and keep these people through college and university and, you know, into middle age.
Aimee Lou Wood, who plays Aimee on the show, told Radio Times that while she could do it forever, there was also a part of her that says: No. We all have to go and do different things and play different parts.
Wood continued: We can't be, like, 50 saying, Freshers Week! It's a weird one. It's also bittersweet because it's, even if it's not this series, closer to the end than it's to the start.
As more information on Sex Education Season 4 becomes available, this post will be updated with further plot and cast details.
This article was originally published on September 17, 2021.