Sex Education season 2 has added three new characters
19 November 2019, 16:22
Sami Outalbali, Chinenye Ezeudu, and George Robinson have joined Sex Education season 2 as Rahim, Viv, and Isaac.
Season 2 of Sex Education is nearly upon us. Netflix has not confirmed the exact release date for the popular teen dramedy, but in the meantime, fans can get seriously excited for three new characters confirmed for season 2. George Robinson, Sami Outalbali and Chinenye Ezeudu have joined the cast of Sex Education as Isaac, Rahim and Viv, respectively.
When we last left Otis (Asa Butterfield), our protagonist was getting closer to his crush, Ola (Patricia Allison). And, his relationship with Maeve (Emma Mackey) was about to get a whole lot more complicated. When we rejoin the kids in season 2, Moordale is "in the throes of a Chlamydia outbreak" and Otis is learning to face his newfound sexual urges head-on.
As for the new kids on the block – Isaac, Rahim and Viv – they've seemingly got their own fair share of drama to contend with once the show picks back up for season 2. While we don't have full character breakdowns, new descriptions of Isaac, Rahim and Viv hint at exciting things to come.
Sami Outalbali plays Rahim
Rahim is described as "a French student who turns heads when he joins Moordale Secondary". Sami Outalbali is a French actor known for roles in Grown-Ups, Vive la Colo and Lola.
You can follow him on Instagram at @samioutalbali to keep up with him ahead of the series premiere.
Chinenye Ezeudu plays Viv
Viv is described as "a super intelligent, multi-talented academic student, who is anything but talented in love".
Chinenye is a fresh face who will make her television debut in Sex Education, according to IMDb. She's also set to appear as Zoe Denmoor in The Stranger. You can follow Chinenye on Instagram @chinenyeezeudu.
George Robinson plays Isaac
George Robinson's Isaac "creates waves when he moves into Maeve's caravan park".
George Robinson is another newcomer who will be making their television debut in Sex Education, according to IMDb. You can keep up with him ahead of season 2's premiere @georgerossrobinson on Instagram.
Meanwhile, last week Netflix unveiled a first look at the new season, which included a photo of Maeve and Aimee in a police interrogation room. Now, what on EARTH could that possibly mean for these two characters?
Sex Education is back on Netflix in 2020.