Yes, that’s right, the fourth season of Sex Education is the last in the series. But the students of Moordale are going out with a bang. This season is filled with love, humor, tears, friendship, and new (and old) relationships.

Asa Butterfield returns to the role of Otis Milburn, alongside actors like Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Aimee-Lou Wood, Emma Mackey, Connor Swindells, Kedar Williams-Stirling, Mimi Keene, George Robinson, Chinenye Ezeudu, Dua Saleh, Alistair Petrie, Samantha Spiro, Jim Howick, Rakhee Thakrar, and Daniel Ings.

The final season is complemented by Emmy-winning actor and Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham (Doctor Who), Lisa McGrillis (Somewhere Boy), Marie Reuther (Kamikaze), actress and model Jodie Turner Smith, comedian Eshaan Akbar, and newcomers Felix Mufti, Anthony Lexa, Alexandra James, Reda Elazouar, Bella Maclean, and Imani Yahshua.

Since the series premiered on Netflix in 2019, Sex Education has received multiple nominations and awards, including an Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series in 2022 for the third season of the show. Sex Education Season 3 had a staggering 66.6 million views in the first 91 days (504.9 million views divided by 7.59 hours of playtime).

Creator, head writer, and executive producer Laurie Nunn said, “We are incredibly proud of Sex Education and feel grateful for our brilliant writers, cast, and crew who put so much passion into making each episode. They have worked hard to create the final season for you, and we can’t wait to share it with you.”

About Sex Education Season 4: After the closure of Moordale Secondary, Otis and Eric face a new challenge – their first day at Cavendish Sixth Form College. Otis is nervous about setting up his new clinic, and Eric doesn’t want to be the school’s loser again. But for all the students from Moordale, Cavendish is a cultural shock – they thought they were already progressive, but this university turns out to be very different.

There’s daily yoga in the communal garden, sustainability is a vibe, and a group of students are popular because they… are nice?! Viv is completely taken with the student-like, non-competitive approach of the university, while Jackson is still struggling to get over Cal. Aimee tries something new and takes art classes, while Adam wrestles with the question of whether university is right for him. Maeve is living her dream in the US at the prestigious Wallace University, where she’s taught by writer Thomas Molloy. Otis misses her but tries to focus on the fact that he’s not the only child at home and not the only therapist on the Cavendish campus.