Top 10 Television Series Like Sex Education Season 4!

The series premiered on January 11, 2019, on Netflix. Sex Education Season 4 is set to be released on September 21, 2023.

Published: September 1st, 2023 7:55 am | Updated: September 1, 2023 7:55 am

The 4th and final season of the popular British teen s*x comedy-drama TV series ‘Sex Education’ follows the lives of students and sometimes that of their parents and staff of the fictional Moordale Secondary School as they navigate personal dilemmas, often related to s*xual experiences.

The series premiered on January 11, 2019, on Netflix. Sex Education Season 4 is set to be released on September 21, 2023.

Following is a list of other s*x comedy television series that you might be interested in Sex Education Season 4.

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Top 10 Television Series Like Sex Education Season 4

Sex and the City – Number of Seasons: 6

Sex and the City

Darren Star created this romantic and s*x comedy-drama TV series adapted from the same 1996 anthology book of the newspaper column by Candace Bushnell.

The plot follows smart and dynamic women of New York- Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte who, despite their own differences and changing s*x lives, stay beside each other through all the ups and downs.

The series won 7 Emmy Awards out of 54 nominations. Primary cast members of the series are Sarah Jessica Parker playing Carrie Bradshaw, Kristin Davis playing Charlotte York, Cynthia Nixon playing Miranda Hobbes, and Kim Cattrall playing Samantha Jones. The series ran from June 6, 1998, to February 22, 2004, on HBO.

Sexify – Number of Seasons: 2

The Envoy Web

The plot of this Polish s*x comedy TV series revolves around a s*xually inexperienced student of computer science- Natalia Dumaka who along with her friend, builds the titular innovative s*x app, in order to win a tech competition as they face themselves exploring the intimidating world of intimacy along the way.

Aleksandra Skraba played the role of Natalia Dumała in the series. It premiered on April 29, 2021, on Netflix.

And Just Like That… – Number of Seasons: 3

And Just Like That…

Michael Patrick King developed this new comedy-drama TV series that serves as a sequel to the HBO TV series ‘Sex and the City’.

The plot is set eleven years after the incidents of the 2010 romantic comedy movie ‘Sex and the City 2’ which is the sequel to ‘Sex and the City’ both of which were based on the same TV series.

The plot finds the friends in their 50s as they navigate a more complicated reality of life. The series premiered on December 9, 2021, on HBO Max with its second season released on June 22, 2023. A third season has also been released.

Catastrophe – Number of Seasons: 4


Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan created this British TV sitcom the plot of which follows an advertising executive from Boston named Rob who, after making an Irish professor Sharon pregnant on a wild business trip to London, begins to date her.

Delaney and Hogan played the roles of Rob Norris and Sharon Morris respectively in the series. Hogan received a BAFTA Award nomination under the category of Best Female Comedy Performance in 2016. It ran from January 19, 2015, to February 12, 2019.

The Inbetweeners – Number of Seasons: 3

The Inbetweeners

Iain Morris and Damon Beesley created this British coming-of-age teen sitcom. The plot of this slapstick coming-of-age s*x comedy revolves around four socially awkward friends who navigate the experiences of adolescence through various adventures and an eagerness for adulthood that causes them to fall in hilarious situations.

The four friends are played by Simon Bird playing Will McKenzie, Joe Thomas playing Simon Cooper, James Buckley playing Jay Cartwright, and Blake Harrison playing Neil Sutherland.

The series was twice nominated for Best Situation Comedy at BAFTA. The series ran from May 1, 2008, to October 18, 2010, on E4.

Chewing Gum – Number of Seasons: 2

Chewing Gum
Channel 4

Michaela Coel created this s*x comedy sitcom that is based on her play of 2012- ‘Chewing Gum Dreams’.

The plot revolves around a twenty-four-year-old restricted and religious virgin named Tracey Gordon who works as a shop assistant and wishes to explore the world of s*x.

Coel herself played the lead character Tracey Gordon in the series. She won BAFTA for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme. The series ran from October 6, 2015, to February 9, 2017, on E4.

Golden Boy – Number of Seasons: 1

Golden Boy
Anime Planet

This Japanese comedy animated series is adapted from a same-named s*x comedy manga. The plot follows a genius student named Kintarou Oe. The series premiered on October 27, 1995.

Valeria – Number of Seasons: 3


The plot of this Spanish romantic and s*x comedy series follows a writer in a marital crisis who finds solace in her three close friends. The series ran from May 8, 2020, to June 2, 2023, on Netflix.

Secret Diary of a Call Girl – Number of Seasons: 4

Secret Diary of a Call Girl
Prime Video

Lucy Prebble created this British s*x comedy-drama series the plot of which follows the life of a prostitute named Hannah Baxter who hides her true identity and uses the pen name of Belle de Jour. The series is based on her books and blog. The series ran from September 27, 2007, to March 22, 2011.

Coupling – Number of Seasons: 4


This British TV sitcom presents the s*xual adventures, mishaps, and dating experiences of six friends in their early 30s. The series ran from May 12, 2000, to June 14, 2004.