Press "Enter" to skip to content

A series in particular will remind you of Sex Education if you already miss it

NETFLIX

Starring an actress from the Twilight saga, this production available on Netflix will delight you if you have enjoyed the series with Asa Butterfield at the helm. Learn all about the anthological series released in 2016.

The streaming giant confirmed renewal for a fourth season of Sex Education

Series

© NetflixThe streaming giant confirmed renewal for a fourth season of Sex Education

The arrival of the third season of Sex Education a Netflix it conquered the users who considered it the best of all the releases so far. And, as is customary, its ending left the door open for the story to continue. Well, that’s how it will be: at the global fan event, TUDUM, the streaming giant confirmed that a fourth part to the platform. But if you want to warm up your engines and see a series that reminds you of your favorite, here is a proposal.

Is about Easy, also available on Netflix, which works like a typical comedy that must be added yes or yes to the list on our profile. The series had its premiere in 2016 from the hand of its creator and director Joe Swanberg. And although it is very funny and deals with themes similar to fiction starring Asa Butterfield and Emma Mackey, it did not achieve the success or popularity that it did. Sex Education.

Its official synopsis reads: “Eclectic anthology that explores diverse Chicago characters as they make their way through a modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture”. But without a doubt, it is much more than that and you should see it to prove it. It has three seasons and a total of 25 episodes of 30 minutes each approximately, so it is very easy and dynamic to see.

And its cast will surely conquer you because you have already seen it on other occasions: Orlando Bloom, Elizabeth Reaser, Dave Franco, Malin Akerman, Michael Chernus, Marc Maron, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jake Johnson, Aya Cash, Jane Adams, Hannibal Buress, Kiersey Clemons and Emily Ratajkowski are just a few of them. At times, you can fall into some clichéd situations that have already been seen repeatedly in series that address the theme of sex, but nonetheless, these chapters are worth checking out on Netflix.

Also, if you enjoy Joe Swanberg’s directing work, the streaming service offers another production by this actor in its catalog. His name is All or nothing and premiered in 2017 starring Jake Johnson, Aislinn Derbez and Joe Lo Truglio. The film shows Eddie, a man who after losing 50 thousand dollars that were not his, wants to overcome his addiction to gambling and start his life over again, although an unexpected surprise drags him back to old habits.

Article Source

Disclaimer: This article is generated from the feed and not edited by our team.