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Netflix just dropped trailer for Sex Education season four

Netflix just dropped trailer for Sex Education season four

The streaming giant also confirmed the release date

The official trailer for the fourth season of Sex Education has just landed on Netflix along with a release date.

Fans can finally see their favourite characters get up to all sorts of antics at Moordale High once again.

The long-anticipated trailer comes after nearly two years since season three was released to the streaming platform back in September 2021.

The show is, without a single doubt, one of the streaming platform's most adored series to date.

Back in August 2022, it was confirmed that the fourth season was already in production and fans have had to wait a whole nine months to get their latest Sex Education fix.

The beloved series first hit our screens back in 2019 launching the careers of a whole host of stars.

From Emma Mackey, who plays sardonic teenager, Maeve Wiley, who has since appeared in an array of Hollywood blockbusters like Barbie and Death on the Nile, to Sami Outalbali who plays Eric's evasive love interest, Rahim, who has gone on to star in the critically acclaimed romance-drama, A Tale of Love and Desire - it's clear that this season of Sex Education is going to be like none other before.

However, eagle-eyed fans have since been quick to spot that a few particular actors have not been included in the list.

Asa Butterfield and Mimi Keene will return to the series.

Simone Ashley, who played one-third of The Untouchables alongside Ruby Keene and Chaneil Kular in all three prior seasons, has previously confirmed that she will not be returning to Moordale High for season four.

Speaking on This Morning last year, Ashley said that she's 'a Bridgerton girl now,' after successfully landing the role of Kate Sharma in the Netflix period drama.

Likewise, while Mackey will remain for season, she has announced that she will be moving on from the show in the fifth season.

Tanya Reynolds, who plays Lily Iglehart, also revealed her departure from the show in July of last year alongside her on-screen partner Ola, played by Patricia Allison.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Reynolds confirmed: "Lily is not coming back either. Her storyline was just wrapped up quite nicely at the end of season three. So she's got no loose ends to tie up, she had quite a happy ending.

"At the end of last season, everyone kind of gets scattered, and I think that's just a good opportunity to bring in some new new characters."

Dan Levy will star as Mr Molloy in the upcoming season.

And that they did.

The Netflix show has previously announced a few new faces set to join the cast including the likes of Schitt's Creek's Dan Levy as Mr Molloy alongside Queen & Slim actor Jodie Turner-Smith.

In the same announcement, posted to Twitter last year (19 August), the streaming platform confirmed who the pair would be joining.

It announced a returning cast that includes Asa Butterfield (Otis Milburn), Gillian Anderson (Dr Jean Milburn), Ncuti Gatwa (Eric Effiong), Aimee-Lou Wood (Aimee Gibbs), Emma Mackey (Maeve Wiley), Connor Swindells (Adam Groff), Kedar Williams-Stirling (Jackson Marchetti), Mimi Keene (Ruby Matthews), George Robinson (Isaac Goodwin), Chinenye Ezeudu (Vivienne Odusanya), Dua Saleh (Cal Bowman), Alistair Petrie (Mr Groff) and Samantha Spiro (Maureen Groff).

Sex Education season four will hit Netflix on 21 September.

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Topics: TV And Film, Sex Education, Netflix