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“Depressing ending”: ‘Sex Education 4’ Ending Upsets Many Fans, Netflix’s Top Show Recieves Mixed Reviews

Sex Education 4' Ending Upsets Many Fans, Netflix's Top Show Recieves Mixed Reviews

On September 21st, all eight episodes of Sex Education‘s fourth season were released on Netflix. Since 2019, the show has been praised for its talented cast, writing, directing, production, and method of handling its themes. The show combined humor with drama, highlighting crucial life lessons. The captivating narrative created by the show was praised by fans all over the world.

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The main cast of Netflix’s Sex Education

With the 4th season, the journey finally comes to an end. In July 2023, creator Laurie Nunn confirmed that the fourth season would be the last, and the creators are proud of what they have created over the past four years.

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Fans reacted to the ending of Sex Education‘s fourth season

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Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley in Sex Education’s fourth season

The fourth and final season of Netflix’s Sex Education was officially released on Netflix on 21st September. All 8 episodes are currently available for streaming, and the fans who have binge-watched the entire show have something to say about the ending.

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Set in the fictional Moordale Secondary School, the iconic season follows the journey of a socially awkward teenager, Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield), and his friends as they navigate the ups and downs of adolescence, friendships, and s*xual experiences.

Also read: “It was almost like I separated myself so much”: Sex Education Star Gillian Anderson Had Mini Breakdowns in Her Iconic Role That Was Almost Snatched by Pamela Anderson


The creator of the show confirmed that this was the final season

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A still from Sex Education

In July, it was announced that the fourth season of Sex Education would be its last. The creator of the show, Laurie Nunn explained that she was really “proud” of what the season has achieved. In an interview with Netflix, Nunn said,

“It just started to feel very clear that the stories were coming to an end, the characters were being left in a place that I felt really good about it. I felt happy for them, and I felt like I’ve said everything that I want to say with these characters at this time.”

The first season was released on 11 January 2019, and since then the show has managed to garner many nominations and awards. The show also played a significant role in making its main cast a household name around the world.

All 8 episodes of Sex Education‘s season 4 are available to stream on Netflix.


Related: “That is sort of stuck in time”: Will Sex Education Return for Season 5? – Emma Mackey’s Concern Spoils Hopes for Future Plans

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