To mark the arrival of season 4, Sex Education launched a very visible event in the streets of Buenos Aires.
To promote its 4th season, the Sex Education series didn’t do things by halves. Indeed, the Netflix work stood out in Buenos Aires, thanks to its rather visible animation. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z.
Sex Education: a final and explosive season 4
Sex Education did his big return on Netflix on September 21. And for this 4th and final season, the American giant wanted to offer a finale worthy of the name. Eh yes !
On the program: lots of dramas and love stories on repeat. A recipe that seems to have worked well since the start of the series on the platform. Indeed, the 3rd season of the series garnered 55 million views upon release.
So, for this season 4, Sex Education arrives with a top-notch cast. Fans will then have the chance to meet their favorite actors. Just that !
Among them, our favorite duo, Asa Butterfield et Emma Mackey. Or even Ncuti Gatwa, who plays the best friend.
However, new faces will also join the ranks. As Canadian comedian Dan Levy, who will play Thomas Molloy, Maeve’s American guardian. Eh yes !
Finally, when it comes to marketing strategy, Sex Education has always been unbeatable. Indeed, the Netflix series knows how to attract the attention and interest of fans. And that’s what happened on September 23 in Buenos Aires.
A giant animation has not failed to make the rounds on the Web. But was she real? MCE TV tells you more!
A giant animation in Buenos Aires
Sex Education’s new marketing strategy seems to have gotten people talking. Indeed, for the arrival of its final season, the Netflix series pulled out all the stops.
Thus, it was in Buenos Aires that the firm caused the greatest sensation. Indeed, the obelisk of the capital seemed dressed in a strange outfit this Saturday, September 23. Eh yes !
According to the video shared by the firm, a giant condom was placed on the sculpture. An extract that quickly became viral on social networks. However, this latest publicity stunt did not fail to create controversy.
” Put a giant condom on our national monument to promote a series in English? A total lack of respect”, reacted a user on Twitter. Fans then try to calm things down by invoking an animation.
So did this large-scale advertising really exist? In fact no. This ad which shows the name of Sex Education is actually computer generated. However, the introduction of condoms does seem to have existed.
The latter was installed in December 2005, during a prevention campaign for World AIDS Day. Images which were then reused, and modified to “Sex Education.” » One thing is certain, the series has not failed to get noticed. To be continued !
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