Through a chain of comedy events, this series follows a young named Otis. His mother works as a sex therapist, the thing that affects on him to open a clinic for sexual troubles with the help of his girlfriend from the school. The second season begins with Otis tries to hide his desire for having Ola.
Netflix's quietly revolutionary romantic comedy series, Sex Education, in its second season breaks more boundaries than the first. But the most admirable thing about the show isn't what it's saying, but how it's saying those things.
It's a really strong premiere, to be clear, nimbly picking up on last season while setting up plenty of drama for the next seven episodes - and also delivering some impeccably staged beats of physical comedy.