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Sex Education - Season 2Season two of the comedy Netflix series, Sex Education, which takes after Otis, a young whose mother works as a sex therapist. He cooperates with a girl from the school to open a clinic for the sexual troubles of the students. This season starts with Otis trying to hide his big desire for Ola.
Actors of "Sex Education - Season 2"
Critic Reviews of "Sex Education - Season 2"New York Magazine/VultureJanuary 17, 2020
It's a really strong premiere, to be clear, nimbly picking up on last season while setting up plenty of drama for the next seven episodes - and also delivering some impeccably staged beats of physical comedy.Daily Telegraph (UK)January 17, 2020
Underneath it all is a sweet, conventional drama with lovely performances: Connor Swindells stands out as the unhappy and secretly gay Adam. But the show is less groundbreaking than it thinks.GuardianJanuary 17, 2020
Every performer is wonderful, not least because the script is wonderful, playing the sex for laughs and the search for intimacy as something serious, good and noble.Independent (UK)January 16, 2020
The ensemble cast is excellent, anchored by Butterfield and Anderson.The Age (Australia)January 15, 2020
Nunn's effortlessly inclusive series treats all of its characters with affection and respect. There's a notably broad range of them in a rich canvas detailed with humor and heart.NOW TorontoJanuary 15, 2020
Sex Education remains fast-paced and entertaining; to borrow a metaphor, the show is growing up and figuring out what it likes. Let's see what happens.IGN MoviesJanuary 17, 2020
The series still stands tall with bright characters, fun performances, and an unequaled candidness about sex.ColliderJanuary 17, 2020
It may be pretty surface level, but it does give more care and attention to addressing the darker aspects like assault and trauma. In a way, it finally feels like education.The SpoolJanuary 16, 2020
Despite the more serious content this season, the overall tone remains upbeat and hilarious, lending a continued reprieve to traditional stories about teenage sex.Hindustan TimesJanuary 16, 2020
Netflix's quietly revolutionary romantic comedy series, Sex Education, in its second season breaks more boundaries than the first. But the most admirable thing about the show isn't what it's saying, but how it's saying those things.The SkinnyJanuary 16, 2020
Sex Education's mix of British humour with the codes of American high school can feel discombobulating at times, but its characters always feel real and fully rounded.TV GuideJanuary 14, 2020
While the second season retains much of the spirit of the first season, there were also many moments where I wondered what exactlySex Educationis trying to say.