The final season of Sex Education is almost here, and things are heating up as the cast posed for some provocative new photos.
Fans have already seen the amusing teaser, but knowing that this may be the final time we see the Moordale group has left fans with mixed feelings.
Season four’s tone has been set by the new images, and it appears to be a fiery one.
Character posters with a cheeky motif are available for Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey, and Aimee-Lou Wood.
In typical Sex Education fashion, each cast member pulls a face and appears to be climaxing.
The popular programme isn’t afraid to push the boundaries of sexual portrayal, so the orgasm face posters are ideal.
The series follows Otis and his pals as they negotiate love, life, and the dangers of adolescence.
Otis’ mother, played by Gillian Anderson, is a sex therapist, and he ends up being his classmates’ go-to love expert.
Sex Education has received accolades for its open and honest approach to sex and relationships, which includes LGBTQ+ tales.
Many of the cast, including Tanya Reynolds, who played fantasy sci-fi aficionado Lily, are not returning for the final season.
‘Loved that little oddball!’ she said. In her persona, she viewed herself as a child a lot.
The new photographs have revived fan suspicions that central coupling Maeve (Emma) and Otis (Asa) could not be the ‘endgame’.
Fans remarked that Maeve does not look to be having fun, in contrast to everyone else who is flaunting their o-face.
Because Otis and Ruby (Mimi Keene) appear content, several fans have proposed that the ex-couples reconcile while Maeve is away.
The issue of who Otis will wind up with has hung over the previous few seasons, with many fans anticipating the ‘Rotis’ ending.
The fate of Ncuti’s Eric and Connor Swindell’s Adam is also a major concern for viewers, given they ended their romance in the previous season.
The new season, according to creator Laurie Nunn, will be ‘the finale’ of the saga for the cherished characters.
‘It’s the end as we know it,’ she told Netflix Tudum, much to the dismay of those who hoped the programme might be revived in some other form.
She added: ‘During that process, it just started to feel very clear that the stories were coming to an end, the characters were being left in a place that I felt really good about it.’
Sex Education returns to Netflix for its final season on September 21.
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