Asa Butterfield And Ncuti Gatwa Spotted On Set Filming Sex Education Series Three
Obviously, everything has taken a little while to get back up to speed following the you-know-what, but fans will be pleased to see that, apart from the noticeable coronavirus protocols and masks, very little appears to have changed.
Butterfield, who plays Otis Milburn, can be seen sporting a new moustache while cycling around with Gatwa, who plays Eric Effiong, on one of their now-trademark cycles to school.
In the set of photographs, the pair can be seen filming a scene in which their characters are clearly enjoying a chat while cycling along the road, and - from the looks of it - Eric is having a crack at Otis, like usual.
While Otis has a moustache now, it seems as if Eric has remained the same as ever for the third outing of the popular Netflix series - sporting a characteristically flamboyant outfit.
The last season of Sex Education left fans on a pretty huge cliffhanger, and we'll not go too far into that here so as not to spoil it, but it seems as if fans won't be sitting around on tenterhooks for too long, as the filming has been underway since September.
In case you are up to date - stop reading now if you're not - Emma Mackey, who plays Maeve Wiley, has offered a few snippets of information regarding what we can expect to see in the forthcoming instalment.
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The 24-year-old said that while the set had become 'very regimented' for obvious reasons, it hadn't curbed the themes of the show at all.
She told PORTER: "We're all still, like, hugging and making out... and doing intimate scenes."
There are going to be a few new faces on the scene, as well. Girls star Jemima Kirke has joined the cast to play Moordale High's new headteacher, assuming the role left behind by Mr Groff.
She's thought to be moving into Wales for a full six months while the series is filmed, and has cut her hair shorter for the role.
A show insider told The Sun: "The arrival of a sexy woman as head will sensationalise pupils who are more used to a stern middle-aged man running the show."
This all seems pretty much par for the course for the show. If you aren't up to date, you can still catch the first two series on Netflix.
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