WHY WAS THERE A SEASON 3 OF 'SEX EDUCATION'???!!!!!
I am fuming right now. An absolute let-down that is what season three was. I know you're probably grinning by now @osarueseosato. You did call it though, the season three being sub-par.
Chances are that you have seen this Netflix show, or even heard of it at the very least. The show has being topping charts since its release last year. The latest season was only released few weeks ago, and that is why we are here. Notorious for its raunchy and emotional display, Sex education is actually one show that would keep you glued to your device, well until season three that is. A colleague of mine have been recommending this show to me since last year. I literally judged the movie by its cover and passed. I felt it was something I wouldn't enjoy, I did not want another "Spartacus", so I declined to seeing it. Fast forward to a few months ago. I finally saw the show after the incessant flooding of adverts of it on every website I visited, including my Netflix of course. I eventually saw the show and I loved it. It had everything. Drama, blackmail, sex scenes 😝, love, etc. Almost everything. I even kind of resonate with the main character, "Otis Millburn". Well, not all of his silly and dumb decisions anyways. I was so looking forward to the season three and then It finally came.
I was trying to get my friend all excited about the show, but he seemed indifferent. He said there was no point to a season three, that Otis and Maeve should have being together already and this season is just a stretch. Turns out he was right. The season three was truly a stretch. The two were never together, the whole season just felt like a labyrinth where the two characters where going in circles when they could easily have ended the whole thing. Then adding a number of other dramas with other character to make it nice and all. I have got to be honest, I was disappointed. Now don't get me wrong, I actually liked the show, and I think was is actually quite good, but the season three was an absolute waste in my opinion. The episode six was interesting though. It was majorly set in Nigeria (my country). So basically "Eric", Otis best friend who was gay happened to be half Nigerian half Ghanaian, and he was coming to Nigeria for a wedding. The portrayal of homosexuals was bit controversial for a lot of people, I don't know why. Still, I enjoyed the scene and the 'vibe' that came with it. I feel like an expert Nigerian worked with the team, haha.