Sex Education’s season three trailer teases Moordale’s new headmistress

The teaser trailer for Sex Education season three was released on Monday.

And the preview clip for the Netflix hit teased the return of Moordale Secondary School with a hilarious faux advert, which showed new headmistress Hope (Jemima Kirke) at the helm.

However, despite there being excitement for a new season, fans of the show were left distraught when they noticed fan favourite Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa) was missing from the promotional video.

Exciting! Sex Education’s season three trailer was released on Monday and teased Moordale new headmistress (Asa Butterfield pictured)

The teaser trailer saw the students of Moordale urging prospective students to enrol into the school so that it can ‘get back on track’.

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It opened with Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) saying ‘choose Moordale’, before Mrs Haddon was introduced and she urged students to ‘call [her] Hope’.

She explained: ‘I’m the new headmistress of Moordale taking over from Mr Groff to get the school back on track.’

Not there: Despite there being excitement for a new season, fan were left distraught when they noticed fan favourite Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa, left) was missing from the promotional video

New in town: The hilarious faux advert showed new headmistress Hope (Jemima Kirke, right) at the helm of the school

Head boy Jackson Marchetti (Kedar Williams-Stirling) then said: ‘Togethe, we’ll build a brighter future at Moordale.’

Viv Odesanya (Chinenye Ezeudu) then tells prospective students: ‘With a new uniform, a new student body and a new attitude, Moordale is the perfect place to become who you’re destined to be.’

Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey) and Ola Nyman (Patricia Allison) also discuss the school with their new headmistress, with the former appearing frustrated with having to star in the video.

Come here: The teaser trailer saw the students of Moordale urging prospective students to enrol into the school so that it can ‘get back on track’

Amusing: Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey, pictured) said in her character’s typical fashion: ‘Choose Moordale, please, so this can end’

In typical Maeve fashion, she tells those watching: ‘Choose Moordale, please, so this can end.’ 

Ending on a positive note, headmistress Hope says: ‘Choose Moordale so it can once again become a pillar of excellence.’

And in a hilarious twist, former headmaster Mr Groff (Alistair Petrie) is seen watching from the sidelines before he runs away when he realises he’s been discovered.

Advert: Viv Odesanya (Chinenye Ezeudu, right) told prospective students: ‘Moordale is the perfect place to become who you’re destined to be’

Still around: And in a hilarious twist, former headmaster Mr Groff (Alistair Petrie, pictured) is seen watching from the sidelines before he runs away when he realises he’s been discovered

Fans were besides themselves over the fact that Eric was not in the trailer, though, and they took to Twitter to share their concerns. 

One person wrote: ‘Um where was Eric in the Sex Education trailer ?’ 

Another added: ‘The #SexEducation Season 3 teaser is out via faux advert for the school! But first, where is Eric?? Any explanation new headmistress Hope?’

And a number of fans simply tweeted ‘where’s Eric?’ in the hope that their questions would be answered. 

Where is he? Fans were besides themselves over the fact that Eric was not in the trailer, though, and they took to Twitter to share their concerns

The Netflix show left fans on a cliffhanger at the end of season two, with Otis leaving Maeve a voicemail apologising to her and telling her he loved her, but it was then deleted by Isaac (George Robinson).

The show’s first season revolved largely around Otis falling for bad-girl Maeve and his effort to lose his virginity. 

The awkward high school student made a name for himself offering sex advice to students despite not actually engaging in the act himself, since his mother (Gillian Anderson) is a well-known sex therapist.  

Sex Education season three is set to be released globally on Netflix on September 17, 2021. 

One to watch: Sex Education season three is set to be released globally on Netflix on September 17, 2021

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