Sex education will return to Netflix in what appears to be a very different form for the new season.
In September 2021, the Netflix series was renewed after critical praise for the third series. However, in recent months, it has been revealed that several cast members have not been told to return.
They include Tanya Reynolds and Patricia Allison, who played the eccentric Lily and her friend Ola, respectively. Reynolds said she was “very sad” not to be in the new episodes.
The latest actor to confirm her departure is Rakhee Thakra, who played teacher Emily Sands.
“I’m not part of the new series,” Thakra said Daily Star SundayShe cryptically added, “I can’t really talk about why.”
She continued, “But I’m so proud of the show and grateful to have been a part of something so important.
“There’s nothing bad about that sex education.”
Simone Ashley won’t be part of the new season either, but that’s due to her success in the second season of Bridgeton.
Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Aimee Lou Wood and Gillian Anderson are all expected to return for the new season of sex education.
The first three seasons are now available to stream on Netflix.
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