Sex Education. Image shows from L to R: Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa), Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey), Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield). Copyright: Eleven Film
Sex Education

Sex Education

  • TV comedy drama
  • Netflix
  • 2019 - 2021
  • 24 episodes (3 series)

Comedy drama about a teenage virgin who sets up a sex therapy clinic at his school. Stars Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Gillian Anderson, Tanya Reynolds and more.

  • Due to return for Series 4

Katy Birchall - Sex Education: The Road Trip

The only official Sex Education novel. When the screen binge is over, return to the world of Moordale with a brand-new story featuring the show's most popular characters.

Maeve gets an unexpected call from her brother, Sean. It's no surprise to her that he is in trouble again. But she's the only family he's got, so she must saddle up and ride to the rescue. Or at least, scrounge a lift from Aimee and drive there... Otis and Eric insist they can help, and Maeve's mission becomes a summer holiday road trip.

Sean's been partying with a group of decadent socialites who have now accused him of a crime. The evidence against him is pretty damning. Trying to clear his name, Maeve and friends integrate themselves into the rich kids' circle - it's time to go undercover. Thanks to Eric's dance floor moves, Aimee's easy charm and Otis' ability to offer good advice, they get to know the group. And they soon discover that Sean is not the only one with a motive for getting even with beautiful party girl Tabitha.

This stand-alone YA/crossover story has everything fans love about the show: favourite characters with real emotional depth, no-holds-barred honesty about teenage relationships, brilliant humour and a great new storyline, plus a compelling whodunnit at its heart.

NO spoiler alerts here - the book is a brand-new story that complements but doesn't reveal the TV show.

First published: Thursday 2nd September 2021

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