Netflix Has Dropped The Trailer For Season Two Of Sex Education
The trailer begins back at Moordale Secondary School where a new term is beginning. With said term comes a new and (presumably) all too informative 'talk' from a sexual health expert... that just happens to be Otis' mum of course.
The camera turns to Dr Jean Milburn (played by Gillian Anderson) who addressed the audience of giggling teenagers by saying: "I'm here to start an open conversation about S.E.X". Brilliant.
We then start to follow the stars of the show: Otis (played by Asa Butterfield), Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey) and Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa) as they 'move on', *ahem* experiment *ahem* and cause more trouble.
The second season will be released on the UK version of the streaming service on 17 January. We're on countdown and this is definitely a binge-watch series.
According to Netflix's viewing tracking, the show was viewed in 40 million households within the first four weeks of it being released. As a result, the show's army of fans have been waiting some time for its return.
The site said: "In season 2, as a late bloomer Otis must master his newly discovered sexual urges in order to progress with his girlfriend Ola whilst also dealing with his now strained relationship with Maeve.
"Meanwhile, Moordale Secondary is in the throes of a Chlamydia outbreak, highlighting the need for better sex education at the school and new kids come to town who will challenge the status quo. Maeve and Aimee's BFF relationship is stronger than ever since Aimee ditched 'the Untouchables'.
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"Eric notices his new-found self-confidence attracting unfamiliar kinds of attention. Adam is at military school, still conflicted by his feelings for Eric.
"Lily has hit pause on her sexual endeavours to focus on her creative talents and finds a newfound friend in Ola.
"Jackson is forced to flex his mental rather than physical muscle and is still buckling under the pressure from his parents to succeed.
"Jean and Jakob's relationship is discovered and they have to learn how to operate as a blended family. Jean forms an unlikely connection with Mrs Groff and a friendship between the two women begins to form."
Since it came out, Sex Education has won praise from fans and critics alike for tackling some of the big societal issues such as sexuality, relationships, and identity.
Netflix's Vice President of Original Content, Cindy Holland, added: "Laurie Nunn has captured the awkward teenage experience with a lot of heart and humour in Sex Education.
"Along with the Eleven team and executive producer and director Ben Taylor, she's created a universally relatable series that has resonated with our members around the world."
Bring on 17 January.
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