The series, which premiered on Jan. 11, is perfect for lovers of coming-of-age shows like Big Mouth or the cult classic Freaks and Geeks. Over the course of eight episodes, a group of English teenagers, lead by socially awkward virgin Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) and misunderstood bad girl Maeve (Emma Mackey), set out to set up an underground sex clinic for their high school classmates. When you mix in the queen herself, Gillian Anderson, as Jean, a sex therapist who happens to be Otis's larger-than-life mother, things start to really get interesting.
Netflix describes the dramedy as a "modern portrayal of sexual and romantic experiences, friendships, and contemporary young-adult life" and a "British love letter to the classic American high school story," and unsurprisingly it's already racked up quite the fan base. So,