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Sex Education

Across three seasons, British writer Laurie Nunn’s dramedy has explored a smorgasbord of issues including abortion, consent, gender fluidity and harassment; always with sincerity, sensitivity and hilarity. It’s a real education in how to make playfully progressive television, with standout performances from rising stars Ncuti Gatwa (the new Doctor Who) and BAFTA-winner Aimee Lou Wood.




Socially awkward teenager Otis (Asa Butterfield) finds himself doling out sex advice to his peers, despite being a virgin himself and dealing with a growing crush on school rebel Maeve (Emma Mackey).