From socially awkward teenager to resident sex advisor in his high school, Otis has his work cut out for him as he tries to educate his fellow students on how to deal with their sexual problems. Sex Education follows Otis’ high school misadventures, as well as his odd relationship with his sex-therapist mother. Get ready for laughs, love, some lube, and the best time of these high schoolers’ lives.
Why Is Sex Education Popular in Australia?
The X-Files’ Gillian Anderson stars as Otis’ frank and unfiltered mother, who also happens to be a sex therapist. Given his somewhat in-depth knowledge about the topic thanks to his mom, Otis sets out to become the school’s sex expert in hopes of improving his status. Sex Education is a Netflix original series that has received critical acclaim with its heartfelt and surprisingly wise storyline and dialogue, which sees a group of awkward teens encountering sexual misadventures that even adults could learn a thing from. Season 1 is now currently streaming and it’s been announced early this year that there will be a second season coming soon.
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Otis Milburn is a rather socially awkward teenager with a frank sex therapist for a mom. He has remained ambivalent towards sex, which suddenly changes when he inadvertently helps the school bully with his sexual performance anxiety. Given his in-depth knowledge in the matter, he decides to partner up with Maeve — a confident and whip-smart, but vulnerable classmate — to set up an underground sex therapy clinic to help their fellow students with various sexual problems.
Starring Asa Butterfield as Otis, Emma Mackey as Maeve, and Gillian Anderson as Dr. Jean Milburn, Sex Therapy has a total of 8 episodes, which are available to stream on Netflix.
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How to Watch or Stream Sex Education
You won’t find this hit show on free to air TV as Netflix Australia is the only provider that offers the latest episodes from Sex Education. There are a couple unique ways in which you can subscribe to Netflix to watch this show, as well as other Netflix favourites such as Stranger Things and GLOW. You can choose to subscribe directly to Netflix or make it a part of your existing Telstra subscription. Each provider comes with their own additional perks and terms, and all you’ll need to do is choose from where you’ll want to get your dose of Netflix from.
If you are already an existing Telstra personal postpaid customer you are eligible to add a brand new Netflix subscription to your service. Unfortunately this offer is not available to any other Telstra customers, furthermore, if you already have a Netflix subscription, you’re out of luck. Of course, the classic 30 day free trial is still available for new subscribers, meaning you can still save a bit of money before you decide to subscribe ongoing. Best of all, you can stream all your favourite shows and movies on Netflix across a wide range of devices below:
Devices supported on Netflix
– Apple TV: Yes – Apple TV 2 and later
– Chromecast: Yes – Available on many Chromecast models
– Smart TVs: Yes – Select Hisense, LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba
– Gaming Consoles: Yes – PS3, PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Wii U
– Fetch TV: Yes
– Blu-ray Players: Yes – Select LG, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic
– iOS devices: Yes – App available on models running iOS 12.0 or later; earlier Netflix version may run on iOS 5.0 or later
– Android devices: Yes – Available on Android 2.3 or later; current version requires Android 5.0 or later
– Telstra TV: Yes
– iQ4 Set Top Box: Yes
– Windows Phone: Yes – Phones that currently have the Netflix app installed can continue to stream (Note: the Netflix app for Windows 10 Mobile has been discontinued)
– PCs and Mac: Yes – Via Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Safari browsers; Edge (Windows only)
– Amazon Devices: Yes – Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube
– Vodafone TV: Yes
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes
Must See TV for Sex Education Fans
You might have been left wanting for more juicy coming-of-age stories given that Sex Education’s first season consists only of 8 episodes and the second season’s still doesn’t have an airdate. Check out our top picks of shows that are worth bingeing to tide you over till more Sex Education comes your way.
The Politician (Netflix)
Payton Hobart is your typical wealthy student from Santa Barbara, who has known since age 7 that he’s going to be the president of the United States. But before that happens, he has to first navigate and win his way through the most treacherous political landscape there is: high school. Set at the fictional Saint Sebastian High School, all eyes are on Payton Hobart as he runs for student body president against the more popular and athletic candidate, River Barkley. Under the direction of his equally ambitious friends, Payton chooses Infinity Jackson, a cancer patient and victim of Munchausen by Proxy disorder, to be his vice-president. On the other hand, River, choose Skye Leighton, a gender-nonconforming black classmate to be his running mate. Start streaming all eight episodes of The Politician season 1 on Netflix.
Think Gossip Girl meets Pretty Little Liars. Elite is a Spanish teen drama thriller and another hit Netflix original series. The series follows the story of three working class friends who find themselves with scholarships to Las Encinas, the most prestigious and exclusive private school in Spain. After being initially ostracized by their wealthy classmates, they soon find themselves entangled in various complicated relationships with other students. At some point, a murder was revealed to happen, which makes all the students’ lives even more complicated. Start streaming seasons 1 and 2 of Elite on Netflix, and make sure to tune in to the third season when it premieres next year on the platform.
Euphoria (Telstra TV Box Office)
In this new series from HBO, it’s gotten to a point where being young is now laced with detrimental complexities instigated by social media, drugs, and personal relationships. Euphoria tells the story of a group of high school students as they make sense of the things that happen to them and around them for reasons they can’t yet comprehend. Free to pursue temporary relief from the pressures of the new, demanding world, the question remains — what’s the catch? Adapted from an Israeli series of the same name and written by Sam Levinson, Euphoria follows a group of teenagers as they navigate high school, family life, romance, friendship, sex, drugs, trauma, and social media. Combine them altogether and there should be suppressed struggle waiting to erupt. Start streaming all episodes of Euphoria season 1 with Telstra TV Box Office.