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Sex Education Season 4: Trailer reveals an emotional roller coaster ride – WATCH

Sex Education Season 4 will release on September 21, 2023.

The fourth season trailer for the coming-of-age comedy-drama series ‘Sex Education’ has been released. OTT platform Netflix shared the trailer on Instagram, captioning it, “The time has come. Get ready to say goodbye to the gang. The final season of #SexEducation arrives 21 September.”

The British comedy continues to follow the journey of teen sex therapist Otis Millburn (Asa Butterfield) and his friends as they attend a new school with an entirely different culture than they’re accustomed to, while Otis’ love interest Maeve (Emma Mackey) has moved to the United States for college.

The eight-episode final season will premiere on Netflix on September 21, followed by an 83-minute series finale.

The clip begins with Otis and Maeve adjusting to the space between them. When Maeve sends Otis a naked photo, Otis is hesitant to respond. Otis’ realisation that he isn’t the only sex therapist at his new school, as well as his mother’s journey with her newborn child, are among the other stories tackled in the new season, according to Variety.

The logline for Season 4 is as follows: Otis is worried about opening his new clinic, while Eric hopes they won’t be losers again. However, for all of the Moordale students, Cavendish is a cultural shock; they thought they were progressive, but this new college is on another level. There is regular yoga in the common garden, a strong ecological attitude, and a bunch of kids known for their kindness.

According to the summary, Viv is completely taken aback by the college’s student-led, non-competitive approach, while Jackson is still striving to overcome Cal. Aimee tries something new by taking an Art A-Level, and Adam wonders if mainstream schooling is right for him. Maeve is pursuing her goal at prestigious Wallace University, where she is taught by cult novelist Thomas Molloy. According to Variety, Otis is pining for mom while adjusting to neither being an only child at home or the only therapist on school.