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Netflix shares first look at Sex Education season 4

Katherine Sidnell

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Netflix shares first look at Sex Education season 4

The school holidays may have only just begun, but we are more than ready for our next fix of Sex Education and now, Netflix has teased us by showing off first-look images for the fourth and final series.

After a long break, the show returns for its last ever season as the characters move on from Moordale Secondary School.

While Otis may have been breaking down barriers in his last school, the teenage sex therapist will find he has some, um, stiff competition as he enters sixth form.

The first look images for Sex Education have been released. Credit: Netflix
The first look images for Sex Education have been released. Credit: Netflix
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Proving that puberty is painful wherever you are, the new series starts with Otis and Eric’s first day at Cavendish Sixth Form College.

Though their new school is pretty progressive, with daily yoga, a focus on sustainability and a group of kids who are popular for being kind (who'd have thought it, eh?), it turns out setting up a new sex clinic isn’t going to be as easy as they’d hoped.

The series will air in September. Credit: Netflix
The series will air in September. Credit: Netflix

Otis (Asa Butterfield) is still dealing with the fallout from saying goodbye to Maeve (Emma Mackey), as well as his breakup with Ruby (Mimi Keene).

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Ruby is also reeling from the break-up. Credit: Netflix
Ruby is also reeling from the break-up. Credit: Netflix
Otis has his hands full this season. Credit: Netflix
Otis has his hands full this season. Credit: Netflix

To complicate things even further, he’s no longer the only sex therapist on campus.

Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) is also mourning his relationship with Adam (Connor Swindells) while trying to ensure he and his friend aren’t losers once again.

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Maeve is studying overseas. Credit: Netflix
Maeve is studying overseas. Credit: Netflix
Aimee-Lou Wood also reprises her role in the final series. Credit: Netflix
Aimee-Lou Wood also reprises her role in the final series. Credit: Netflix
The series has been beloved by fans. Credit: Netflix
The series has been beloved by fans. Credit: Netflix

But will any of them rule the school?

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Creator Laurie Nunn wrote a heart felt letter to fans ahead of the final series. Credit: Netflix
Creator Laurie Nunn wrote a heart felt letter to fans ahead of the final series. Credit: Netflix

Ahead of the final series, showrunner and creator Laurie Nunn wrote a letter to the fans explaining why the show is coming to an end.

In the heartfelt letter, she said it was ‘the right time to graduate’ as Sex Education’s themes and storylines changed over time.

The school bell is about to ring for the teen show. Credit: Netflix
The school bell is about to ring for the teen show. Credit: Netflix
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Sex Education is available to stream on Netflix from September 21.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Sex Education, TV and Film

Katherine Sidnell
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