Netflix Is Looking For Extras For 'Sex Education' Season 3
Casting company Mad Dog Productions is on the hunt for extras who look between 18 and 26 to appear in the next instalment of the show.
If you want to get involved, you'll join the cast - including Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Asa Butterfield, Tanya Reynolds, Aimee Lou Wood and Gillian Anderson - to film on set in Newport, Cardiff and the surrounding areas.
All you need to do is sign up to the Mad Dog Extras app and upload your right to work documents alongside some recent photos.
You also need to be around to film in September.
While you can't apply specifically for the Sex Education role, Mad Dog will be in touch if you're a good fit once you've uploaded everything.
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Mad Dog is also seeking a real choir to appear on the series, too.
They wrote: "Seeking a real choir for Sex Education series 3. Playing ages 18-25. Must be local or able to travel to south Wales. Seeking clips of performances.
"Vocal ensembles such as gospel, a capella and traditional all welcome to apply."
If you're part of a choir that fits the bill then this could be a great opportunity for some nationwide exposure!
Sex Education is set to resume filming this month after being put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While there isn't an official return date for the dramedy, many fans were expecting the show to return in January 2021, given the pattern Netflix has followed with the previous series'.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Aimee Lou Wood said: "It looks like it's on track".
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On seeing more of the series, she said: "I'm so desperate, especially because I feel like the last season left us all in such interesting positions. But where the characters could go now is kind of limitless."
In case you need a recap, the NSFW teen drama sees a group of high school students navigate their coming of age and sexuality, and all the cringe and embarrassing moments that come with it.
While there's no official line for what's in store for season 3, Netflix may have given us a few hints when it announced the show would be returning.
The streamer announced the comedy is back for round three via a hilarious promo video, featuring none other than Alistair Petrie, aka Mr Groff, as he goes full art historian.
In it, the actor - who plays the miserable headteacher of Moordale secondary school - walks down the hallway of the school, lined with paintings of his pupils.
Petrie examines the paintings - which all feature various props and symbols - as he offers cryptic musings on each character.
While he doesn't give much away, we reckon' there's definitely some Easter Eggs in the teaser well be kicking ourselves about when the series finally airs.
For example, Otis's portrait features "an arousing wheel of brie", which we can only assume will inspire a Call Me By My Name/ American Pie-inspired scene. Who knows.
When he comes to Eric's, Petrie says: "Eric, asking the old question 'he loves me, he loves me not' - based on a French game..." which no doubt alludes to new character French Rahim, potentially teasing that things aren't quite over between them, despite him choosing Adam at the end of Season 2.
Besides this, we can expect to see the most of the loose ends from Season 2 tied up, including Otis and Maeve's romance (hopefully).
Fans will remember that the season ended with Otis declaring his love for Maeve over voicemail. "It's you," he said. "It's always been you. I love you."
But Isaac, who also has a crush on Maeve, deleted Otis' voicemail on her phone. It's likely season three will begin with Otis thinking Maeve has rejected him - something we can only hope is quickly put right.
Could Isaac continue to sabotage Otis and Maeve's relationship? Will Maeve ever find out Otis's true feelings for her?!
We're *so excited* for this show to return. And who knows, maybe you could be in it?!
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