Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022
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When is Sex Education Season 4 expected to release on Netflix? Continue reading to find out.

“No. It’s see you soon,” When Otis bids Maeve farewell as she prepares to fly to America for her studies. Instead of saying goodbye, she says to him, “see you soon,” because she will come back for him in the end. If you recall this quote from the last season, then we are aware that there are many questions on your mind like, “When will the fans get to see the fourth season on Netflix?” 

While we understand your anticipation, we are regretful to inform you that the new season is not going to be on Netflix before the year comes to an end. The fans will have to wait for some more time if they want to watch the show on this streaming platform. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of everything show fans can look forward to while you wait and reminisce about previous seasons. Continue reading to find out more. 

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Sex Education Season 4: When will it release on Netflix?

Yes, Sex Education Season 4 will return to your television screen, but not this month. You might have to wait a bit longer as the filming of the episode is still underway, and it seems like the production has not reached its concluding stage. Hence, it seems impossible that the show will return this year at least. On the other hand, at Netflix’s Tudum global fan event, the network officially confirmed that the next season of Sex Education will debut sometime in the summer of 2023.

The exact release date of the show has not been disclosed as of December 5, 2022. If we were to guess, we suspect Netflix is lining up Sex Education season 4 for a September 2023 release, considering the last season came out in September 2021. Of course, this is just speculation, and the fans should wait and keep a closer eye on the social media handles of the show to know about all the latest details and updates.

Take a look at the new official BTS pictures from the set by Ncuti Gatwa below: 

 

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Sex Education Season 4: What changes are to be expected in the new season?

The official synopsis of the series is as follows, “Following the closure of Moordale Secondary, the students are navigating new territory at the high-tech and progressive Cavendish Sixth Form College. It’s every health and wellness nut’s dream with yoga on the lawn, a strong sustainability vibe, and even a rival sex therapist on campus. This rivalry isn’t the only thing bothering Otis, as he’s also juggling a long-distance relationship with Maeve. She’s living her dream at the prestigious Wallace University in the US and being taught by cult author Thomas Molloy.” In addition to this, the synopsis of the pilot episode, states, “Otis and Rose go as dates [by force] to the fundraising school dance that brings them to talking again. Eric’s fling travels and meets him by surprise. The school finds an eccentric investor. Sightings of a UFO.” 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new season “will feature a mix of old and new faces as Sex Education moves on from the shuttered Moordale High in favor of a new school” and we can expect a “creative reset”. “The characters feel like they’re in very new territory because they literally are, they’re at a new school. A lot of our feeling slightly off-center is actually also just because of what is happening in the story which is that they are [at] a new school,” Aimee Lou Wood told Digital Spy. “Aimee, particularly, her best friend’s in America, she doesn’t have a boyfriend for the first time ever, she’s at a brand new school where she doesn’t have any mates. So there’s a lot of newness for all of the characters and I think that that does make the show feel very new.”

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Aimee Lou Wood (who plays Aimee Gibbs) has opened up about how things are changing for season four. She told Digital Spy, “The characters feel like they’re in very new territory because they literally are, they’re at a new school. A lot of our feeling slightly off-center is actually also just because of what is happening in the story which is that they are [at] a new school. “The actress went on, “Aimee, particularly, her best friend’s in America, she doesn’t have a boyfriend for the first time ever, she’s at a brand new school where she doesn’t have any mates. So there’s a lot of newness for all of the characters and I think that that does make the show feel very new.” 

On the other hand, Aimee also revealed that season four comes with different directors and different writers working behind the scenes, adding, “so it’s very, very, very new which can also be exciting.” As for new and old teammates, the actress shared, “We definitely love all the new additions, they’re all amazing, but we also definitely miss the people who exited, we really do miss them.”

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Sex Education Season 4 Cast and Crew

The main cast members of the series are as follows Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn, Gillian Anderson as Jean Milburn, Ncuti Gatwa as Eric Effiong, Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley, Connor Swindells as Adam Groff, Kedar Williams-Stirling as Jackson Marchetti, Alistair Petrie as Mr. Groff, Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs, Mimi Keene as Ruby Matthews, Chaneil Kular as Anwar Bakshi, and Mikael Persbrandt as Jakob Nyman. 

The recurring cast members of the series are as follows Chinenye Ezeudu as Vivienne Odusanya, George Robinson as Isaac Goodwin, Samantha Spiro as Maureen Groff, Dua Saleh as Cal Bowman, Dan Levy as Mr. Molloy, Thaddea Graham, Marie Reuther, Felix Mufti as Roman, Anthony Lexa as Abbi, Alexandra James as Aisha, Imani Yahshua, and Lisa McGrillis as Jean’s Sister. 

The series is written and created by Laurie Nunn and produced by Eleven. The writing team includes Sophie Goodhart, Selina Lim, Mawaan Rizwan, Temi Wilkey, and Alice Seabright, with additional material from Jodie Mitchell. Season 3 is directed by Ben Taylor and Runyararo Mapfumo. Laurie Nunn, Taylor, and Jamie Campbell are also executive producers.

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Sex Education Season 4 Episodes and Streaming Options

The upcoming series is expected to have a total of 8 episodes with a runtime of 47 to 61 minutes, just like the prior seasons, which will drop all at once, so you can binge away! We would like to highlight that it seems highly unlikely that the show will not be consistent in terms of its episode count. The official episode titles and synopsis of the season have not been released yet. So, we suggest the viewers be patient and follow the social media handles of the show to stay up-to-date on the latest details.

When Sex Education Season 4 draws close to its release date, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and the number of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. The basic membership starts at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month at no additional cost with any of their services.

Sex Education Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in December 2022

Sex Education Season 4: Is there any teaser or trailer?

There is no official trailer or teaser as of December 5, 2022. In the meantime, check out the official bloopers from Sex Education Season 3 below which showcases, “It’s a new year, Otis is having casual sex, Eric and Adam are official, and Jean has a baby on the way. Meanwhile, new headteacher Hope tries to return Moordale to a pillar of excellence, Aimee discovers feminism, Jackson gets a crush and a lost voicemail still looms. Prepare for commitment animals, alien phenomena, vulva cupcakes, and much more of Madam Groff.”

On Rotten Tomatoes, the third series has an approval rating of 97% with an average rating of 8.60/10, based on 39 reviews. The critical consensus reads, “With a seemingly endless desire to dive deeper into its characters paired perfectly with its talented ensemble, Sex Education’s third season is a masterclass in brutally honest, brilliantly heartfelt comedy.” On Metacritic, the series has a score of 83 out of 100, based on reviews from 11 critics, indicating “universal acclaim.” 

Catch up on the previous seasons before Sex Education Season 4 premieres on Netflix.

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