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    Finally arriving is this Netflix favorite in its third season after having a critically acclaimed previous two seasons. Not often does a series break almost every barrier there is, but Sex Education is pretty special.

    Already becoming a favorite amongst the LGBT+ community, this season just achieves even more. Personally, what I like about Sex Ed is how it makes it all seem normal instead of making it too much of a big deal. Season 3 continues immediately as it left off to answer all your questions, as it did leave you on some big cliffhangers. This time the students return to Moordale but what changes is a new headmaster, new students and new crushes.

    What absolutely stands about Sex Ed is the cast. The chemistry between them is just perfect and really carries the whole show. I think the creators understand this as they really only introduced two new characters. One of which seems to be the only problem for me. This is the first time I have ever witnessed a non-binary person on the screen which is great news, but that’s not my problem. I felt that it was too in your face about it, as all of the previous things were all so subtle and it felt natural. I feel like the directors know who their target audience is and they’re really trying to tap into it.

    To summarise season three I would say it is a slight drop compared to previous seasons but still it feels the same in quality. It covers all of the areas that are important to the next generation.


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