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Sex Education Season 2 Has Started Filming, According To Netflix

By Rebecca Keane

May 1, 2019 at 4:18pm


Netlix has just released footage showing their hugely popular new series Sex Education filming season 2.

The teen comedy introduced us to best friends Otis and Eric navigating adolescent life at the fictional Moordale High, made all the more difficult and awkward by the fact that Otis’ mum (played by none other than Gillian Anderson) is a sex therapist.

When Otis decides to start offering sex and relationship advice to his classmates at school to make some money along with his crush Maeve, chaos inevitably ensues.

Back in February, Netflix announced the good news about season two with a Mean Girls inspired video of Otis’ classmates talking about how much they love (and hate) him:

Even better, a teaser video was released today showing the actors reunited in the reading room.

Main cast members Asa Butterfield (Otis), Ncuti Gatwa (Eric) Gillian Anderson (Otis’ mum) and Emma Mackey (Maeve) can be seen in the video laughing and cringing at the scripts for the next season.

If the actors involved are cringing, you just KNOW it's going to be a good 'un.

Sex Education creator Laurie Nunn said she can't wait to release the next series: "The reception to series one has been so exciting. Seeing how people across the world have connected to characters that began as ideas in my head is incredible."

She added, "I’m hugely grateful to every person that has taken the time to watch the series, and I can’t wait to continue this amazing journey."

There's word yet on when we’ll be seeing season two actually arrive on our screens but we do know it will be eight episodes long, just like season one.

We'll have to sit tight until then...


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