Sex Education introduced a number of curveballs to the ongoing storyline this year. Season two sent a few characters on personal journeys this year, including Jackson Marchetti (played by Kedar Williams-Stirling).
Jackson struggled with a number of things this year, as his parents were working him to the bone for his swimming competitions.
Unfortunately, the pressure was too much for Jackson, and he ended up self-harming to get out of swimming.
Fans of the show then witnessed Jackson going through a transformative journey as he made a fast friendship with Viv (Chinenye Ezeudu).
Viv helped Jackson with his studies and with his new acting passion.
However, at first, it looked like he was going to begin a relationship with Viv, before they went on to build a strong, platonic friendship.
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Fans originally thought so too, and Jackson actor Kedar recently told Express.co.uk that he thought the pair were going to couple up as well.
On whether he thought Jackson and Viv got in the show, Kedar replied: “Yeah! I know what you mean.
“At the beginning it was interesting. It was a thing of: ‘Are they going to get together? are they not?’”
Kedar then went on to confess he “didn’t know” where it was going to go with Viv.
He continued: “Even as actors we didn’t know!
Later in the show, Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey) was left with a heartfelt voicemail from Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield).
But at the last minute Isaac (George Robinson) deleted the message unbeknownst to Maeve, leaving fans furious.
However Maeve star Emma recently told Express.co.uk that this was not the original ending for the show.
Speaking about the final scenes she revealed: “Do you know what? That wasn’t even in the original script.
“So that was kind of like a last minute – because I haven’t seen the last episode, so if my memory serves me correctly [it was new].
“I don’t know, I don’t know… I just want to see it first before I make a judgement on [the ending].”
Once she was grilled about the true ending, she confessed: “I can’t even remember, but it was a new addition at the end, I promise you that!”
Sex Education season 2 is available on Netflix now.