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‘Sex Education’ creator Laurie Nunn opens up about cast departures
Sex Education creator Laurie Nunn has opened up about cast departures from the show as the final season airs on Netflix.Actors to have departed the show ahead of its final season include Patricia Allison (Ola), Tanya Reynolds (Lily), Simone Ashley (a member of The Untouchables) and Rakhee Thakrar (Emily Sands).Speaking about some of the cast departures, Nunn explained that it was down to the character’s storylines reaching their natural conclusion.Speaking to LADbible, Nunn said: “Those storylines felt like they had just come to a really lovely ending in series three, and I felt like the characters of Lily and Ola just really felt like they ended in a really happy place.“Particularly because they’re a lesbian couple, I wanted them to not have any more pain or trauma, and just be left happy together. So that felt like a very organic place place to leave them.” The show’s final season picks up as Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) face setting up a new sex clinic at Cavendish Sixth Form College.New cast additions for the final season include Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham, Lisa McGrillis, Marie Reuther, Jodie Turner-Smith and Eshaan Akbar.Fans have also been reacting to the surprise addition of Jack Gleeson to the show, who played Joffrey in Game of Thrones.
Here’s every song in ‘Sex Education’ season four
Sex Education officially comes to an end with its fourth season.Created by Laurie Nunn, the Netflix show’s final season picks up as Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) face setting up a new sex clinic at Cavendish Sixth Form College.Otis, meanwhile, is also struggling with the distance between him and Maeve (Emma Mackey), who is studying at the prestigious Wallace University in the US.New cast additions for the final season include Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham, Lisa McGrillis, Marie Reuther, Jodie Turner Smith and Eshaan Akbar.Like with past seasons, Ezra Furman is a key contributor to the soundtrack, including three new tracks titled ‘You Like Me’, ‘Tether’ and ‘Honeycomb’.The rest of the soundtrack includes various other artists, ranging from The Cure, Nina Simone, Confidence Man and Pearl Jam.You can check out an episode-by-episode breakdown below.Episode one‘Take Care Of Business’ – Nina Simone‘Close To Me’ – The Cure‘Vicious’ – Fat Girls‘Boyfriend (Repeat)’ – Confidence Man‘Lilac and Black’ – Ezra Furman‘Any Way The Wind Blows’ – The Cold Stares‘Rain Or Shine’ – Five Star‘Forever In Sunset’ – Ezra FurmanEpisode two‘What So Never The Dance’ – Bootsy Collins‘China In Your Hand’ – T’Pau‘Work That Body’ – Diana Ross‘I’m Coming Home’ – The Staple Singers‘Do The Evolution’ – Pearl Jam‘Hold On I’m Comin’ – The Voltage‘I Believe In Miracles’ – Jackson Sisters‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ – The StoogesEpisode three‘She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina’ – Buffy Sainte-Marie‘Way I Walk’ – The Cramps‘Dance Across The Floor’ – Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne‘Feels Like I’m In Love’ – Kelly Marie‘Respectable’ – Mel & Kim‘New Radio’ – Bikini Kill‘Love Vibration’ – ESSEL‘Cleo’ – Shygirl‘Strut’ – Elohim & Big Freedia‘BANG’ – COBRAH‘O
Ncuti Gatwa says ‘Sex Education’ role healed “a lot of internalised hate”
Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa has spoken about how his role in the show “undid a lot of the internalised hate [he] had”.The Rwandan-Scottish actor, who plays gay teenager Eric Effiong in the coming-of-age Netflix series, reflected on how the character had impacted his life during a recent interview with Elle.“I’ve experienced racism my whole life, and while I always believed in myself, always knew [racists] were stupid and uneducated, I guess it did misinform my view of how the world works,” he continued.“It makes you think everyone has that opinion and you’ll constantly have to fight through life – then you learn that you don’t: you can find a tribe, you can find your people.”Gatwa also thanked Sex Education creator Laurie Nunn for “giving nuance” to his “gay, Black character and gifting him to the world”.The actor went on to describe Eric as “so fierce and unashamed”, adding: “It was healing for me, and great for people to see themselves represented. It taught me the importance of representation: it’s so powerful and necessary.”Over the summer, Gatwa revealed that producers on Sex Education once spoke to him about ad-libbing lines of dialogue, saying they didn’t feel “like white people [would] understand” them.“And I was like, ‘It’s not for white people to understand’,” he said. Sex Education‘s fourth and final season is due to arrive on Netflix on September 21 – check out the official trailer here.Nunn explained the decision to bring the hit comedy-drama to an end in a letter to fans in July.“We wanted to make a show that would answer some of the questions we all used to have about love, sex, friendship, and our bodies,” she wrote.