There is no denying that streaming services are leading the way as the new (or not so new) form of entertainment. Beyond the fact that watching a tape or series in these media implies more power to viewers, since they can choose how many episodes to watch or when to watch them, their true success lies in the quality of programs that are being offered with well-known names both at the same time. in front of and behind the cameras.
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It is true that new platforms emerge every day that join the competition with their respective content, and although each one arrives with its own strategies, it is undeniable that they are still far from matching the streaming giant that continues to be Netflix. Now that their special event called TUDUM (referring to the sound it makes when the platform opens) has been held, several details of their upcoming releases have been revealed; some quite expected and others that came as a surprise.
This event also gave rise to established programs such as Sex Education – 100%, which last week premiered its third season, generating a lot of conversation on social networks. Since its arrival in January 2019, the series created by Laurie Nunn has attracted the attention of critics for the way in which it delves right into the sexual education of youth, playing with the drama and comedy that this can mean, but his most recent delivery has left the public delighted.
This is good news for fans of the series or for those who were simply hooked with its ending, as Netflix has confirmed that they have renewed the series for a fourth season that will premiere next year, although a specific date has not been set. This announcement was made accompanied by a short video in the style of a newscast from Moordale, the city where the story takes place.
Breaking news from #TUDUM! Sex Education has been renewed for season 4!
Breaking News out of #TUDUM!
Sex Education has been renewed for Season 4! pic.twitter.com/8N2WwNLqoG
– Netflix (@netflix) September 25, 2021
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With what happened in the end of season 3 it is clear that there will be many important changes, from high school to the very lives of the protagonists. Many strands were left loose, and viewers will be able to see how these are resolved from the long-distance relationship between Otis and Maeve, after the latter decided to travel out of town to continue her studies.
On the other hand, it is still pending to know more about who is the father of Jane’s daughter. The series stars Asa Butterfield (The Invention of Hugo Cabret – 94%), Emma Mackey, Gillian Anderson (The X-Files – 100%, The Crown – 100%), Ncuti Gatwa and Connor Swindells. The story revolves around Otis, the son of a sex therapist, who has his own theories about sex and begins to help his partners with advice on the matter.
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Critics have highlighted the way in which the series takes on topics of interest to youth, as well as the importance of openness to sexual issues, although some have pointed out that there is an obvious obsession with showing and talking about sex, they highlighted the heart with the one who is made being what achieved an obvious connection with the viewers.