The students at Moordale High School believed themselves to be the most advanced of their generation. They were sexually liberated, unprejudiced, and Otis (Asa Butterfield) led the movement as the student body's unofficial sex therapist. But, after the center closes, Otis and his classmates will discover that perhaps, in reality, they were not so bad having to enter a school where they seem like the conservatives.
Netflix has unveiled the trailer for the fourth season of Sex Education, which, as reported in the summer, will also be the last. Starting September 21, it will be time to say goodbye to the cast headed by Butterfield and completed by Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Aimee-Lou Wood, Emma Mackey, Connor Swindells and Mimi Keene.
In the new episodes, two main signings are also added: the comedian Hannah Gadsby as Jean's new boss and Dan Levy, winner of three Emmy awards for Schitt's Creek, as Maeve's tutor now that she has gone to study at the USA.
The trailer hints at a few plots of the new season, such as Otis and Maeve's difficulties in maintaining a long-distance relationship; the new motherhood of Jean, who is acting as a single mother (Jakob, it seems, was not the father of the baby); and the shock that Otis receives when he discovers that there is already a sex therapist at his new high school.
The fourth season of Sex Education, the comedy created by Laurie Nunn, consists of eight episodes, including an 83-minute farewell episode.