The third season of Sex Education will have three new characters, played by the actors Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter) e Jemima Kirke (Girls) and the letristas Dua Saleh |, according to Deadline.
Isaacs will be Mr. Groff’s older and more successful brother, with whom the former Moordale director has been staying since the separation. Kirke will play Hope, the new headmistress of the school. She, as a former student, wants to return the institution to the level of excellence she herself knew.
But his plans may be hindered by the character of Saleh, Cal, a young, non-binary young man just arrived at Moordale who doesn’t fit Hope’s vision for the school.
Filming of the new year was resumed this month and the expectation is that the premiere will take place in 2021.
Over the two seasons of Sex Education, young Otis (Asa Butterfield) offers relationship advice and answers questions about sex from schoolmates. Both seasons are in the Netflix catalog.