Sex Education is looking for people to appear in season 3

Photo credit: Channel 4 From Cosmopolitan Netflix is looking for people to star in Sex Education season 3 and, um, where do we sign up? Production on the Netflix original was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s thought filming will start this month, per Deadline, which would explain […]

Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

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Netflix is looking for people to star in Sex Education season 3 and, um, where do we sign up?

Production on the Netflix original was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s thought filming will start this month, per Deadline, which would explain why a casting company just put a call out for extras.

Mad Dog Productions is looking for people aged between 18 and 26 to appear in the next season, with filming scheduled for September on location in Newport, Cardiff and surrounding areas. If you fancy it, you can apply here.

If you’ve got a musical background, you’ll be happy to hear they’re also after a choir and vocal ensembles. “Seeking a real choir for Sex Education series 3,” the ad says. “Playing ages 18-25. Must be local or able to travel to south Wales. Seeking clips of performances. Vocal ensembles such as gospel, a capella and traditional all welcome to apply.”

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Anyone lucky enough to make the cut will be joining the main gang, who are all thought to be making a return to the new season. It’s safe to assume Otis (Asa Butterfield), Maeve (Emma Mackey), Otis’ mum Jean (Jillian Anderson), Eric (Ncuti Gatwa), Aimee (Aimee Wood), Jackson (Kedar Williams-Stirling), Adam (Connor Swindells) and as Ola (Patricia Allison) will all be back.

Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

As for a release date, if production hadn’t been postponed, we could have assumed season three would follow a similar pattern to series one and two, and land on screen in January 2021, but that’s now not looking likely.

However, Aimee Lou Wood recently told Digital Spy that “it looks like it’s on track”, which gives us some hope it could still be dropping sooner than expected.

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