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Series three of hit Netflix show Sex Education is well under way, and fans are all saying the same thing.
In the new series, we see lead actor Otis, played by Asa Butterfield, get in a relationship with popular kid at school Ruby, and it turns out fans are loving them together.
In previous episodes we'd seen Otis and Maeve dodge around the fact that they actually really like each other, with Sex Ed fans rooting for the couple.
But now it seems people have done a 360 and actually want Otis and Ruby, coined 'Rotis' to go the distance.
One fan took to Twitter to write: "Kids wants Otis and Ola to be together. Legends wants Otis and Maeve to be together. Ultra Legends wants Otis and Ruby to be the endgame."
Another said: "It's official I'm shipping Otis and Ruby even though I'm 99% sure the show has no intention of keeping them together. #sexeducation"
A third added: "Ruby and Otis are cute I ain't gonna lie!" and a fourth said: "okay hear me out: I think OTIS AND RUBY."
We've seen some new stars join the Sex Education cast for season three, including Jemima Kirke, who has made her debut as new headteacher Hope Haddon.
Hope has taken over from previous headteacher Mr Michael Groff, who served at the school from 2011 until 2021, and the hilarious teaser saw the newcomer attempt to enlist new students at Moordale.
Series sees Otis having "casual sex", Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa) and Adam Groff (Connor Swindells) "official" and Jean Milburn (Gillian Anderson) with her baby on the way, while elsewhere Aimee discovers feminism while Jackson gets a new crush.
The official synopsis for series three teases: "Prepare for commitment animals, alien phenomena, vulva cupcakes and much more of Madam Groff."
Fans were quick to react to the new season on Twitter as they shared their excitement.
One person said: "Aaaaaa I'm exciteddd!" while a different show watcher added: "I can’t wait to see them."
Sex Education star Aimee Lou Wood recently spoke candidly about her split from boyfriend and co-star Connor Swindells.
The actors played boyfriend and girlfriend on the hit Netflix show, with their romance spilling over into real life when they became a couple. To the upset of fans however, it wasn’t meant to be, as the pair ended their relationship in 2020.
Looking back on her union with ex-boyfriend Connor, 24, Aimee has hinted that the break-up was a mutual decision.
"We'd had some time apart and then we realised that maybe the relationship wasn't serving us both," she said.
Sex Education series three was released to Netflix on September 17.
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