Choose Moordale. This is the invitation that the new director of the institute Hope Haddon, played by the former star of Girls Jemima Kirke, addresses the audience in the new teaser of the third season of Sex Education, the popular series created by Laurie Nunn which returns to Netflix on September 17th. As we know, in the course of the new episodes we will see substantial changes, starting with the institute frequented by the protagonists, no longer under the control of Mr. Groff but under the aegis of Haddon, ready to do anything to bring Moordale back to the glories of a time promoting all the opportunities offered to his students (including Otis advice on sexual matters, of course).
The changes, however, will not end there. According to early advances, Otis (Asa Butterfield) is now addicted to casual sex, Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) and Adam (Connor Swindells) made their relationship official and Jean (Gillian Anderson) is about to have the baby she found out she was expecting during the Season 2 finale. As Principal Haddon tries to restore Moordale’s standards of excellence, Aimee (Aimee Lou Wood) discovers feminism and Jackson (Kedar Williams-Stirling) gets a new crush.
In addition to Jemima Kirke, among the new cast members of the third season of Sex Education we will also see Jason Isaacs in the role of Peter Groff, Adam’s father’s decidedly unmodest older brother; the artist Dua Saleh |, making his acting debut as Cal, a new non-binary student at Moordale; is Indra Ové in that of Anna, Elsie’s adoptive mother, Maeve’s little sister (Emma Mackey).