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Sex Education season 3 Character Explained and Other Details

Sex Education season 3

Sex Education season 3 Updates: In a recent interview, Aimee Lou Wood, who plays Aimee Gibbs on Netflix’s Sex Education, has offered a much-needed preview of her storylines ahead of season three.

After being attacked on a bus in season two, fans witnessed the character go through some difficult times. After a few episodes, viewers were left in tears when Aimee eventually made it back on the bus with the help of the other girls.

When the new series comes to the streaming site next month, BAFTA award-winner Aimee has stated that prior incidents will continue to influence her alter-ego in the new season.

‘She becomes a feminist icon without having an idea, and that’s what’s so funny about her,’ Aimee said, teasing her character’s lighter stories in the forthcoming season.

Of course, the show includes a number of scenes, some of which are more uncomfortable than others. The show’s masturbation sequences, according to Aimee, are the most difficult since the actors have to go it alone without the help of another cast member.

Sex Education season 3 on Netflix

Sex Education season 3

Sex Education was the first show to hire an intimacy coordinator, and she has remained on the show until season three. Ita O’Brien, who has previously worked on successful series including Normal People and I May Destroy You, has aided in the development of industry-wide “Intimacy On Set Guidelines.”

Fans don’t yet know what’s in store for many of their favorite characters, but the season two finale had several scenes that will undoubtedly be featured prominently in the upcoming episodes.

Jean Milburn (Gillian Anderson) found out she was pregnant, and her teenage son Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) realized he still had feelings for Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey).

Fans witnessed a major plot twist when Otis’ love rival Isaac (George Robinson) erased the voice message Otis left on Maeve’s phone– but have the two reconciled? There will also be some new faces at Moordale, with Jemima Kirke taking on the job of Hope Haddon, the school’s new headteacher.

Season 3 of Sex Education will be available on Netflix on September 17th.