SEX Education fans are eagerly awaiting season three after the trailer teased a brand new romance for Otis Milburn.
Netflix viewers had been fast to level out a shocking second in the new footage – which sees Otis and Ruby Matthews holding palms.
This has left fans surprised with a number of despatched fans wild, with a number of speculating that the pair will have a “fling”.
One wrote: “The world isn’t ready for Otis & Ruby.”
Another shared: “Otis and Ruby’s kinda cute.”
A 3rd added: “I feel like Ruby and Otis gonna have a fling, that’s who’s pulling him into toilet.”
The second collection opened with a montage of Otis pleasuring himself in a spread of varied places – together with one scene the place he even managed to ejaculate on the window of his mum’s automotive.
Despite being head over heels in love with Maeve, season two follows Otis take his relationship with new girlfriend Ola to the subsequent degree – and likewise come to phrases with the indisputable fact that his mum is relationship his girlfriend’s dad.
However the collection ends with Otis and Maeve parting methods earlier than Otis go away Maeve as voicemail which makes his emotions clear.
The trailer additionally hints that Adam Groff and Eric Effiong look set to lastly consummate their relationship.
Meanwhile, whereas Aimee Gibbs and Steve Morley proceed their relationship– and are joined by a shock goat.
A brand new headteacher causes a stir with plans to shake-up the faculty and enhance its repute after being branded “The Sex School” by news reporters.
Viewers can anticipate extra raunchy antics with favourites Maeve Wiley, Michael Groff, Jean Milburn can be returning, together with newcomer Peter Groff.
Last season noticed Jean (Gillian Anderson) and Jakob’s (Mikael Persbrant) relationship involves an finish simply as Jean discovers that she is pregnant.
Jean additionally types an unlikely reference to Mrs Groff (Samantha Spiro) and a friendship between the two girls begins to develop.
Moordale Secondary was additionally hit with an outbreak of chlamydia, solely strengthening the case for higher intercourse training at the faculty.
Show star Asa Butterfield advised Digital Spy: “It didn’t go where I anticipated it to,” he added. “A few things have changed. I’m excited.”
He advised The Guardian: “There’s a bit of a time-jump since the season two cliffhanger.
“Otis is back at school but he’s got different things on his plate. He’s grown up a bit and become slightly more sassy. It’s been fun to portray his newfound charisma. Don’t worry, though, he’s still tragically awkward too.”
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