There will be many changes in the next season of Sex Education. But the fans can’t wait to see what will happen next. Moordale Secondary School is ready for some more adventure. The cast members are still in high school despite being in their fourth year. But who will stick to the end?
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When will Sex Education Season 4 release?
Fans wish to see Season 4 as soon as possible. Unfortunately, Season 4 is not on the list for January 2023. Here’s all you need to know about the release date of Sex Education Season 4!
The next season is set to release in early 2023. According to sources, the show’s filming is also set to continue in February
“This is a show that doesn’t take too long to film, and post-production is nothing like the scale of the likes of Shadow and Bone and The Witcher. This helps to keep the wait to a minimum.”
This is definitely good news for the fans, as their wait will be over soon.
What can the fans expect in Sex Education Season 4?
Sex Education Season 4’s official synopsis is out. Let’s see what we can gain from it. As per the synopsis, Otis and Eric will join Cavendish Sixth Form College after the closure of their school. At the same time, Otis is ready to set up his new clinic but also a little nervous.
On the other hand, Eric only hopes not to fall into the category of losers once more. Cavendish College is at another level and will come across as a cultural shock to the students of Moordale. It is nothing like Moordale. At Cavendish, kids are being famous for being kind, and they also have daily yoga.
While Jackson is trying to get over Cal, Viv is shocked by the students’ non-competitive approach. Aimee starts afresh with Art A-Level, while Adam wonders if mainstream education is for him.
Maeve is surely having a good time at Wallace University and enjoying author Thomas Molloy’s lectures. Otis is still adjusting to Maeve’s absence and is the only therapist in school.
Cast of Sex Education Season 4
Season 4 will be full of surprises. Sadly, fans won’t see Simone Ashley (Olivia Hanan), Tanya Reynolds (Lily Iglehart), and Patricia Allison (Ola) in Season 4. They have made voluntary exits.
Tanya Reynolds shared that Lily’s storyline has wrapped up nicely, and she is happy with it. Also, Season 3’s end is an opportunity to bring in new characters. Tanya will miss the cast members and Lily. However, she feels that it’s time to move on.
Emma Mackey (Maeve) shared,
“Sex Education is so influential as a concept, as a show, and the cast is phenomenal. I genuinely care about them all a lot and I made lifelong friends. But the bittersweet nature is that I also can’t be a 17 my whole life.”
Simone Ashley refused to return for Season 4 due to the success of Bridgerton Season 2. She’s a Bridgerton girl now and won’t return for Sex Education Season 4.
The cast of Season 4 will include Asa Butterfield (Otis), Gillian Anderson ( Jean Milburn), Ncuti Gawa (Eric), Aimee Lou Wood (Aimee), Connor Swindells (Adam), Chinenye Ezeudu (Viv), Kedar Williams-Stirling (Jackson), George Robinson (Issac), Sami Outalbi (Rahim) and Dua Saleh (Cal).