Actor Asa Butterfield confirms that his hit Netflix series Sex Education has started filming for season 4 with a new behind-the-scenes image.
by Netflix Sex education filming for season 4 has begun. The British coming-of-age comedy has proven hugely popular on Netflix since its debut in 2019. The show centers on Moordale High School, chronicling the personal adventures and sexual exploits of its students, teachers and relatives. The show is not only a ratings success, but has also received rave reviews from critics, who praise YA’s thoughtful handling of its subject matter and passionate storytelling. Season 3 premiered after a long delay in 2021, and only a week after its debut, Sex education has been renewed for season 4which could be his last.
Although it took a while for work on the series to kick off, it finally looks like Sex education began filming for season 4. Asa Butterfield provided the update on Instagram by sharing a photo of himself near his vanity trailer as he presumably prepared to begin production on the show. Take a look at Butterfield’s tweet below.
It can be argued that when Sex education returns to Netflix, it will look like a completely different show. The explosive end of Season 3 saw Moordale shut down, and while many expected Season 4 to reverse that decision, it looks like the show is going down an entirely different path, following the lives of the central characters. as they move to a new school. A number of cast members, including Simone Ashely, Patricia Allison, Tanya Reynolds and Rakhee Thakrar, won’t come back for Sex education season 4. But with these cast changes, there will likely also be some new additions that could shake up the status quo in the upcoming show. As filming has just begun on the series, it’s hard to predict when Sex education season 4 will air, but fans should watch out for further updates as Netflix may announce a premiere date for the show soon.
Source: Asa Butterfield/Twitter
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