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October 24, 2021
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"Socially awkward high school student Otis may not have much experience in the lovemaking department, but he gets good guidance on the topic in his personal sex ed course -- living with mom Jean, who is a sex therapist. Being surrounded by manuals, videos and tediously open conversations about sex, Otis has become a reluctant expert on the subject. When his classmates learn about his home life, Otis decides to use his insider knowledge to improve his status at school, so he teams with whip-smart bad girl Maeve to set up an underground sex therapy clinic to deal with their classmates' problems. But through his analysis of teenage sexuality, Otis realizes that he may need some therapy of his own.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: January 11, 2019

Also Known As: 性愛自修室, Sexuálna výchova |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

small town
sex therapy

Company Credits

Production Co: Eleven


Lino Facioli
as Dex Thompson
Tom Mackley
as Liam
Emma Mackey
as Maeve Wiley
Sindhu Vee
as Olivia's Mum
Lowri Palfrey
as Simone McAllister
Chinenye Ezeudu
as Viv Odesanya
Oliver Coles
as Fair Ground Attendant
Sami Outalbali
as Rahim
Alexander Westwood
as Student
Deobia Oparei
as Mr. Effiong
Jack Helsby
as Man on Bus
Jazzmin Letitia
as Popular Girl
Patricia Allison
as Ola Nyman
Youssef Kerkour
as Nathan
Connor Allbright
as Bar Guest/Nightclubber
Ben Perl
as Science Teacher
Tanya Reynolds
as Lily Iglehart
Adam Young
as Birthday Twin
Ann Queensberry
as Lady in Checkout Line
Samantha Spiro
as Maureen Groff/Mrs. Groff
Kadeem Ramsay
as OctoBoy
Femi Elufowoju Jr.
as Prophet Joshua
Lisa Palfrey
as Cynthia
Spike Leighton
as Luke
Nicole Jayne Wilkins
as Student
George Robinson
as Isaac/Isaac Goodwin
Mimi Keene
as Ruby Matthews/Ruby
Alice Hewkin
as Tanya
Jack Bandeira
as Eli
David Cann
as Quiz Moderator
Dua Saleh
as Cal
Gbemisola Ikumelo
as Huma
Liz Jadav
as Doctor
Olivia Beaumont
as Young Maeve
Bozsi Davis
as Waitress
Daniel Joseph Woolf
as Caravan Shopper
Lati Gbaja
as Parent
T. Mark Owens
as Bus Passenger
Hannah Waddingham
as Sofia Marchetti
Behnaz Vakili
as Malek's Mother
Doreene Blackstock
as Mrs. Effiong
Alistair Petrie
as Michael Groff
Kedar Williams-Stirling
as Jackson Marchetti
Jemima Kirke
as Hope
Aurora Dawson-Hunte
as Good Samaritan
Jonny Amies
as Sam
Anne Kavanagh
as Jean's Kegel Patient
Lily Newmark
as Ruthie
Dan Mersh
as Harry
Tom Atkinson
as Nick
Judith Cabral
as Deriver
Ruben Cryer
as Young Otis
Ncuti Gatwa
as Eric Effiong
Max Boast
as Tom Baker
Nicola Brome
as Social Worker 2
Daniel Adegboyega
as Rydel
Roman Hayeck-Green
as Owen
Asa Butterfield
as Otis Milburn
Ronnie Deighton
as Prospective Student/Student
India Ria Amarteifio
as Lizzie
George Gjiggy Francis
as Parent/Congregation/Lifeguard
Francis Johnson
as Lizzie's Dad
Hannah Cheng
as Student
Milly Thomas
as Female Client
Armin Karima
as Malek
Nicholas Page Hayman
as Swimmer
Tom Colley
as Thug
Cory McClane
as Bully
Aimee Lou Wood
as Aimee Gibbs
Dee Ahluwalia
as Benvolio
Lily Frazer
as Tiana
Olive Gray
as Kate
Hannah Boyce
as Harriet Anders
Mikael Persbrandt
as Jakob Nyman
Gillian Anderson
as Jean Milburn
Rakhee Thakrar
as Emily Sands
Andrew Joshi
as A&E Doctor
Samuel Jordan
as Simon
Jojo Macari
as Kyle
Jerry Iwu
as Oba
Ezra Furman
as Band Singer
Charlie Morel
as Tall Student
Demi Rickard
as Drama Student
George Somner
as Joe
Dominic Applewhite
as Charlie
Sanchia McCormack
as Quiz Moderator
Tsion Habte
as Fiona
Jonny Muir
Ashna Rabheru
as Gwen
Jason Baughan
as Military Guy
Ruby Atlanta Boland
as Drama Student/Lady Montague
Mirren Mack
as Florence
Freddie Watkins
as Otis' Client Without a Problem
Susan Lynch
as Tara Gibbs
Edward Bluemel
as Sean Wiley
Mark Schneider
as Barman
Sarah Malin
Connor Swindells
as Adam Groff
Zak Shukor
as Dr. Atwan
James Purefoy
as Remi Milburn
Colin Murtagh
as Parent/Police Officer
Dan Renton Skinner
as Swimming Instructor
George Georgiou
as Yousef
Chaneil Kular
as Anwar
Daniel Betts
as Sergeant Morris
Hope Jones
as Martha
Joe Wilkinson
as Jeffrey
Toby Williams
as Tim
Catriona Knox
as Mrs. Gibbs
Leanne Holder
as Moordale Girl
Daniel Ings
as Dan
Anne-Marie Duff
as Erin Wiley
Sharon Duncan-Brewster
as Roz Marchetti
Myriam Acharki
Conor Clarke-McGrath
as Courgette Connor
Anjana Vasan
as Abortion Clinic Protestor
Lu Corfield
as Sarah
Jim Howick
as Colin Hendricks/Mr. Hendricks
Jason Isaacs
as Peter Groff
Pino Maiello
as Parent
Neil Maskell
as Police Officer
T'Nia Miller
as Maxine Tarrington
Simone Ashley
as Olivia Hanan/Olivia
Chris Jenks
as Steve Morley
Stephen Fry
as NSQC Quizmaster
Natasha Joseph
as Abortion Clinic Nurse

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 8 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2019


BAFTA Awards, Scotland

Best Actor - Television

British Film Designers Guild Awards 2019


British Film Designers Guild Awards

Best Production Design - Light Entertainment TV Programme

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