PSA: 'Sex Education' Season 2 Finally Drops On Netflix On Friday
We've been waiting (albeit a little impatiently) for the new series to land for what feels like a lifetime.
Centring around a group of sexually curious teens and their embarrassing parents, season one certainly left us on tenterhooks for the next instalment.
For one, Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) and Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey) still haven't got together; and we've only just discovered bully Adam Groff (Connor Swindells) is gay and going through a tough time trying to hide it.
Despite how mean he was initially to Eric Effoing (Ncuti Gatwa), we're still rooting for him. He has got an old-school, militant headteacher for a father, after all, and coming out to him won't be easy.
We're also thrilled at the prospect of more fabulously flamboyant Eric - who had a rough ride in the first season, what with his best pal not being there for him when he was struggling to deal with homophobia.
But what we're most excited to see is more of Otis' embarrassing mum, sex therapist Jean (Gillian Anderson), who pokes her nose into Otis' life where it is really not wanted.
The first season two trailer opens with Jean being introduced to Otis' school assembly, where she announces she's there to talk about S-E-X. (She says it just like that too.)
And while Otis sounds like he wants to give up offering sex advice to kids for money, the teens don't seem ready for him to do so just yet.
Of course, Otis is still hooking up with Ola Nyman (Patricia Allison), but Maeve looks like she's going to get more than a bit jealous.
Maybe they'll finally be together? Especially since the trailer shows Jackson telling Otis that Maeve only ended their relationship because she was in love with Otis...
Plus, we're not sure if Ola and Otis are meant to be together anyway, given that their parents are hooking up - something which they discover whilst their parents are in the throes of passion. AWKWARD.
The trailer also hints that new French student hottie Rahim will turn some heads - played by new actor to the series, Sami Outalbali. And Eric looks set to be his date of choice.
Finally, some love for Eric. He so deserves it.
But what will love interest Adam have to say about it? He might still be coming to terms with his sexuality, but we imagine he won't be best pleased once he hears the news from his military school.
We cannot wait.
Sex Education lands on Netflix at 8am on Friday 17th January.
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