Netflix students, listen up! "Sex Education" has been renewed for a fourth season.

The streaming company revealed that students of Moordale High would return for a fourth season just days after the third season of "Sex Education" premiered.

The Moordale High crest comes on the screen in front of an image of the school in a teaser delivering the news, before a breaking news bulletin arrives, saying a fourth season is coming for fans.

Attached above is the Twitter announcement. Fans might be able to find the same information in a different format, or more information, on their website.

Is there a trailer for "Sex Education" Season 4, though? No, not yet. In the meantime, you can see the trailer for Season 3 here. Season Three is presently available on Netflix. So this is a spoiler alert if you haven't seen it yet.

Some fans who binge-watched "Sex Education" know that Eric and Adam were "in a relationship" and then split up again, Jean is pregnant, Otis and Ruby divorced, and he and Maeve have said their goodbyes after a tumultuous relationship/friendship/unspoken love for each other.

Hope Haddon (Jemima Kirke) is still the headmistress of Moordale High (after advocating abstinence and confessing to Otis that she's having trouble with in vitro fertilization). Aimee is on a feminism-fueled voyage of self-discovery following a brief feud with Maeve.

Some raised the question of how long this "Sex Education" series can last. An Elle report answered, "Probably." However, the show's fourth season might be a good time to conclude it.

Before season three, Asa Butterfield, who portrays Otis, told Digital Spy that he didn't think the show would last ten seasons. He feels that "Sex Education" only requires four or five seasons.

After all, the Moordale High kids are in their senior year, so they will surely say their final goodbyes to us and each other when they graduate.

Even though Season 3 premiered on September 17, filming for season four has yet to begin. However, if past seasons' release dates are any indication, the fourth season will premiere in late 2022.

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'Sex Education' airs on Netflix. Sex Education/Facebook

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