Netflix has announced that Sex Education will end after its fourth series.

The final season of the teenage drama is set to will launch on Netflix on September 21.

Along with the announcement, Netflix released a new trailer on its Twitter page.

Following the closure of Moordale Secondary, the final series will see the students move to Cavendish Sixth Form College.

They all want to get off on the right foot, with Eric hoping they gain some popularity this time round while Otis is nervous about setting up a new sex advice clinic.

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Sex Education to end after its fourth series

The new school is set to be a culture shock for all the Moordale students as it pushes the boundaries even further with daily yoga sessions and a focus on sustainability while the popular group have evolved from the noughties stereotypes and are known for being kind.

Maeve is living her dream at prestigious Wallace University in the US where she is being taught by cult author Thomas Molloy.

Otis will be missing her whilst adjusting to not being an only child at home or the only therapist on campus.

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The final series stars Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa.

The one-minute trailer sees the return of Mackey, who plays wild child Maeve Wiley, Gatwa who stars as Otis’ best friend Eric Effiong and Anderson as Jean Milburn, Otis’s mother and professional sex therapist.

Connor Swindells reprises his role as Adam Groff, the headmaster’s son and Eric’s former bully-turned-love interest and Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs.

Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Doctor Who’s Thaddea Graham, Somewhere Boy actress Lisa McGrillis, Kamikaze’s Marie Reuther, actress and model Jodie Turner Smith and comedian Eshaan Akbar will all join the cast for the final series.

Over the years, the programme has been praised by viewers for its frank depiction of sex and teenage emotion.

In a letter to fans, series creator, lead writer and executive producer, Laurie Nunn, said: “We are incredibly proud of Sex Education and feel indebted to our brilliant writers, cast and crew who put so much heart into making every episode.

“They have worked tirelessly to bring you the final series, and we can’t wait to share it with you.”