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In the new series, we see the continued tension between Otis and Maeve following Maeve's revelation last season that she liked him.
We continue to see amazing friendships between Maeve and Aimee, as well as Otis and Eric, and the budding relationship between Eric and his former bully Adam.
There is likely to be a lot of interpersonal drama this season, with Isaac (George Robinson) previously deleting Otis' voicemail confessing his feelings to Maeve without telling her – even as the new season sees her living with him.
Eric and Adam are now official but must deal with the difficulties of Adam's internalised homophobia as well as external tension too.
Girls star Jemima Kirke will be joining the cast as Moordale School's new principal Miss Haddon, who is intent on whipping the students into shape and preventing all the sexual shenanigans that usually occur.
Miss Haddon also implements a school uniform, more reminiscent of the British schooling we are used to than in previous seasons, but the students are not pleased about this decision.
Noticeably, icon Gillian Anderson, who plays Otis' mother Dr. Jean Milburn, only made brief appearances in the show but fans are hoping she will continue to be a big part of the show.
Netflix has released an official synopsis of the show, writing: "Otis is having cause sex, Eric and Adam are official, and Jean has a baby on the way. Aimee discovers feminism, Jackson gets a crush and a lost voicemail still looms."
All of the original cast are returning for the new season with Jason Isaacs joining as Peter Groff, ex-principal Mr Groff's older brother, songwriter Dua Saleh playing non-binary student Cal, and Indra Ové playing Elsie's foster mum.
First airing in 2019, Sex Education has been an extremely popular series with the first season receiving over 40 million streams in its first month.
Sex Education will air on September 17 on Netflix.
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