NETFLIX'S Sex Education will return to filming the new series.
Production for season 3 will resume with a target release date of August 2021.
The show is the latest hit show on the giant streaming platform to be given the green light to start filming again following a delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sony president of international production Wayne Garvie, confirmed the plans to Deadline, given there’s no second wave or unexpected turn of events.
Otis Milburn actor Asa Butterfield, 23, revealed that filming should have begun in June but was postponed due to social distancing regulations.
The Boy In Striped Pyjamas star also commented on how filming would resume under the guidelines.
He said: "It’s quite hard to keep the two-metre distance when you’re kissing someone or doing anything else.
"I’m sure that’s something they have realised. As well as that, when you’re on a set making film and TV, there are so many parts to this machine."
Asa also lifted the lid on the season three premiere and the future of Otis and Maeve.
The star revealed he has seen the script and was surprised by the direction it has gone in.
He commented: "It didn't go where I anticipated it to.
"A few things have changed. I'm excited."
While Asa is "really happy" with the plan for season three so far, he shared his hopes for what he'd like show boss Laurie Nunn to include.
He said: "I want more of Otis and Maeve. We didn't get so much of that in season two as we did in season one.
Sex Education seasons 1 and 2 are available on Netflix now.
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