Sex Education: Season 4 Will Have Many Changes, Actress Reveals



In a recent interview with Digital SpyAimee Lou Wood, who plays young Aimee in sex education, from Netflix, talked about some of the main changes that will occur in the episodes of the 4th season of the series. According to her, the characters will have different experiences when they arrive at a new school and deal with new teachers.

“The characters feel like they’re in very new territory because they literally are, as they’ve gone to a new school,” the actress reflected. “Aimee in particular feels all the changes in a new light as her best friend is in the US, she no longer has the support of her boyfriend for the first time, she is at a new school where she doesn’t have any friends” , she explained.


So there’s a lot of newness for all the characters and I think that makes the show always feel fresh,” added Wood. “[Trata-se de] keep who they are when everything around us is different, because it really does feel different,” he said.

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“And on top of that we also have different directors, different writers, so it’s very, very, very new, which can also be quite exciting. We definitely love all the new additions, they are all amazing, but we also miss the people who left, we really miss them,” he concluded.

sex education: what to expect from the 4th season of the Netflix series?

Originally released in 2019, from the beginning, sex education caught the attention of viewers, becoming a big hit for Netflix. Over time, new seasons were ordered and deep dramas were explored by the writers, always taking into account all the issues related to sexuality that are present in society.

As Aimee Lou Wood mentioned, some characters unfortunately do not return for season 4, such as Olivia (Simone Ashley), Ola (Patricia Allison), Lily (Tanya Reynolds) and teacher Emily Sands (Rakhee Thakrar). However, it seems that with the migration of students from Moordale to new schools, it is quite likely that new figures will be introduced.


Undoubtedly, Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Connor Swindells and Kedar Williams-Stirling return for Season 4 to continue the dramas of their respective characters.

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In addition, given some questions left open by the third season finale, such as the real father of Jean and Jakob’s child (Mikael Persbrandt), as well as Eric and Adam’s relationship, there are several interesting conflicts in store for the new episodes.

For now, the series does not have a date to return to Netflix. Let’s wait!

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