Sex Education Season 4 is shaping as much as be fairly the departure from the primary three seasons.
The sequence goes by way of a major cast overhaul, with Rakhee Thakrar asserting her exit forward of the brand new season.
Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday, she mentioned: “I’m not part of the new series. I can’t really talk about why.”
“But I’m so proud of the show and grateful to have been part of something so important,” the star added.
“There is nothing bad about Sex Education.”
Thakrar, who performed Miss Sands, was not a lead character however she did have an enormous display screen presence and was part of among the most comical scenes.”
Simone Ashley was the primary star to disclose she wouldn’t be again after touchdown a co-lead position on Bridgerton Season 2.
In a current interview, she mentioned she’s a “Bridgerton girl now” in response to a query about whether or not she would return to Sex Education.
Patricia Allison subsequently confirmed her exit as Ola.
“I absolutely have loved being on Sex Education so, so much… but unfortunately, I won’t be joining the team for Season 4,” she revealed on Breakfast With Yinka and Shayna Marie.
“Some other opportunities have come up. I’ve been doing it for three years, and I’ve genuinely loved it.”
“I guess I have to say goodbye at some time, which is kind of sad, but other things are coming.”
Tanya Reynolds, who performed Lily within the first three seasons, revealed final month to Radio Times that she wouldn’t be again.
“I’m not [returning], actually, which is sad, very sad,” Reynolds mentioned.
“It’s just the natural progression of these shows – when you have such big ensemble casts and so many characters, I think you have to let a few older characters go to make way for newer ones, which is absolutely the right thing, the way it should happen.”
News of the mass exodus comes following the conclusion of Sex Education Season 3, which left the scholars with out a faculty after Moordale High was shut down.
Naturally, it looks like the brand new season might be set at a brand new faculty, that means there might be loads of new characters.
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