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Watch Netflix’s brand new 'Sex Education' season 3 trailer ahead of its release

After much anticipation and a long wait, Netflix is finally releasing the third season of Sex Education tomorrow, on September 17th, 2021. Today, a day prior to its release, they have dropped a brand new trailer that has a lot of hidden Easter eggs that might give us an idea of what the second season has to come. 

Created by Laurie Nunn, the first two seasons of the show was very well-received by the critics and audiences alike thanks to their refreshing and quirky approach to various issues that plague teenagers throughout high school, including their growing curiosity towards sex.

Besides Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Connor Swindells, Gillian Anderson, Aimee Lou Wood, Kedar William-Stirling and more, new cast members include Dua Saleh who will debut as the non-binary stoner Cal. Jason Isaacs will appear as Mr Groff’s more successful and cocky elder brother Peter as well as Elsie’s foster mother, Anna, played by Indra Ove. 

The brand new trailer starts off with our favourite star-crossed duo, Otis and Maeve sitting in the dimly lit Sur Le Lac where they talk about Otis’ voicemail that Maeve never listened to. While Maeve requests him to tell her about it once again, Otis blatantly refuses as it “does not matter”. 

The duo is shown to have grown quite apart as Otis now engages in random hook-ups. Aimee, being the good friend that she is, is seen asking Maeve if she is fine with Otis flaunting and kissing his new love interests.

The entire trailer sheds light on various incidents that will form the crux of the season. Eric urges his boyfriend to talk to his mother about their gay relationship, Otis’ mother, Jean Milburn is heavily pregnant and struggling. The trailer deals with how it might get too late if you do not tell someone that you love them. 

It is then followed by a flurry of montages where various characters are seen making up with one another, embracing each other. However, we do not get to see a Maeve-Otis hugging moment that sends a pang across our hearts. Will the modern-day Ross and Rachel manage to find their way back to each other again? 

All our theories and conspiracies will lay at rest tomorrow when the much-awaited season premieres on Netflix. Till then, watch the trailer below: