Since its first broadcast in January 2019 on Netflix, Sex Education has become one of the most popular series among teenagers and adults. A success that the program owes to the accuracy and modernity of its writing. Plural, often bawdy, educational without pulling the easy strings and above all very funny, Laurie Nunn’s comedy reminds us that we can still talk about sexuality in a modern way. Because under its apparent seams of a series for disturbed teenagers, Sex Education also addresses the simple question of desire, its moral and identity springs. No taboo, therefore, for this program which takes its followers on board for a third season which promises to be still rich and entertaining.
But the creators and writers of the series will have to redouble their creativity since the band of high school friends will see some of its members leave the ship. Indeed, since July 5, female cast members have announced that they will not be part of the fourth season. Like Tanya Reynolds, actress who plays the eccentric Lily and companion of Ola. “I’m gonna miss Lily, and I’m gonna miss the gang. But it seems like the right thing to do”said the actress on her Instagram account, explaining that her departure will encourage the writers to “create new characters.
His on-screen partner played by Patricia Allison also decided to weigh anchor. After being the girlfriend of the hero and then finally coming out, Ola will not be present in the new season which will be broadcast on Netflix. Same sentence for the character of Olivia played by Simone Ashley. Having landed a role in The Chronicle of Bridgerton, the young actress had to make a choice to the detriment of the series of Laurie Nunn. The latest departure is by Rakhee Thakkar, who plays Emily Sands, an English teacher. She announced the sad news a few days ago on RadioTimes. “I’m not part of the new episodes anymore”she announced.
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