Sex Education: Season 1

Sex Education: Season 1

Sex Education: Season 1

Asa Butterfield leads this puberty comedy as an inexperience teen who channels his sex therapist mum (Gillian Anderson) as he and a rebellious student team up to provide an underground sex therapy clinic at school.

 

2019Rating: TV-MAUKNetflix
ComedyDrama

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
1 January 2019

Episode 1

Despite the ministrations of sex therapist mom Jean and encouragement from pal Eric, Otis worries that he can't get it on. He's not the only one.

EPISODE 1.2
1 January 2019

Episode 2

Egged on by Maeve—and finding that dispensing sex tips is tougher than he thought—Otis tries offering free advice at a classmate's house party.

EPISODE 1.3
1 January 2019

Episode 3

Otis' clinic achieves liftoff, as does his attraction to Maeve, who unexpectedly asks him for help. Eric swings off on his own and fields a come-on.

EPISODE 1.4
1 January 2019

Episode 4

Eric realizes Otis has fallen for Maeve. But the young sex therapist finds himself torn when hot guy Jackson seeks help with his secret crush.

EPISODE 1.5
1 January 2019

Episode 5

An explicit pic puts a mean girl on the spot. Maeve wants to track down the shaming culprit, forcing Otis to make a tough choice on an important day.

EPISODE 1.6
1 January 2019

Episode 6

Eric's trauma isolates him, and Maeve's essay wins a prize. Otis tries to hook up with Lily, but his deep-seated issues get in the way.

EPISODE 1.7
1 January 2019

Episode 7

The big dance brings out the best, and the drama, in Moordale's student body. Otis finds a date, Maeve gets her dress, and Eric returns with style.

EPISODE 1.8
1 January 2019

Episode 8

Otis feels violated by Jean's new book, and Maeve takes the fall for her brother. Eric serves detention with an old foe, while Lily's body betrays her.

Sex Education: Season 1 / Reviews

Vox

Vox

But what sets Sex Education apart from other shows that concern themselves with adolescence, sex, and love is its tenderness.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Between the simply stunning shots of English forests and hills and the charming cast, the world of Sex Education is one you genuinely want to live in.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

The shining through line of Sex Education is the dedication to both the physical and emotional messiness of sex.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Sex Education is a great title for a thoughtfully frank and often graphic new Netflix dramedy about a randy group of teenagers at a British high school.

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Paste

Paste

Netflix's Sex Education is a decidedly raunchy and thoroughly adorable coming-of-age dramedy.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

One of the sweetest and wisest teen sex comedies going.

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The Times

The Times

It's bewitching not because it is good, although it is quite, but because everything other than the story is just so very unusual.

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Salon

Salon

Sex Education manages to be heartfelt, funny, provocative and even better, responsible in its view of teen relationships and coupling.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

It's sex positivity at its finest.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Funny, occasionally cringe-making but always with enormous heart.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

At its heart is the notion that the problems, frustrations and disappointments of teenagers are as real and valid as those of the so-called grown-ups.

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Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

Come for the impressively information-based and progressive take on actual sex education, stay for a lovable group of instantly classic characters...

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BBC

BBC

The weirdest thing I think is that it's a school which is incredibly American - they've angled the show so it can be popular beyond the UK.

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