Is your Outer Banks season 2 release date confirmed? Fans of the Netflix show still wait, so let’s consider what we know up to now.
Netflix knocked it out of the park with an abundance of titles throughout 2020.
Whether we’re talking lockdown hits like Tiger Kingram or the blockbuster attractions of The Old Guard and Extractionthere was lots to enjoy about the streaming service.
One offer which many swiftly championed as a TV gem was Outer Banks.
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Created by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate, and Shannon Burke, Outer Banks premiered on Wednesday, April 15th, 2020, and captivated viewers with its mix of adventure and romance.
At the time, it provided the excitement audiences had and hopes have been high for a continuation ever since.
So, is that the Outer Banks season 2 launch date confirmed?
When is season 2 of Outer Banks out?
Netflix has officially renewed Outer Banks, for now, two, much to the delight of fans.
Generation for season two has been complete at the end of January 2021, with filming having taken place at the start of September 2020.
“We have kind of long-arced it out pretty far. I’m just hoping we get a chance to tell those stories.
“We feel as though we just played with the opening round of that story.”
Fans will most probably have to wait till the end of 2021 for a brand new season.
Outer Banks Season 2 Cast And Plot
Outer Banks tells a story of a bunch of teens living in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Their group is called Pogues, and they altogether live in the Cut. All of them are now in an internet search to learn about the mystery of John B.’s father’s death. John B. is also the leader of this group. Meanwhile, looking for the mystery, the team finds out of a treasure that’s tied into John’s dad.
But that’s not it. There is a catch. The Pogues have yet another set of enemies and rivalry. They’re called Kooks from figure eight. The kooks will do anything to make hurdles for the Pogues in their search to obtain the treasure.
The two groups fight and try to sabotage each other’s plans. Regrettably, in the finale of season 1, some members of the Pogue were left and have been presumed dead by the other team members.
Creator Josh Pate lately told that both John B. and Sarah would be seen cruising around Nassau in pursuit of their lost treasure. “We will certainly have at least a component of Season 2 that will take place in the Bahamas, but it’ll all return into the Outer Banks since that is our religious house,” Pate said.
As for the cast, John B. (Chase Stokes), J.J. (Rudy Pankow), Pope (Jonathan Daviss), and Kiara (Madison Bailey), and Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline), her villainous father, Ward (Charles Esten); her brother, Rafe (Drew Starkey); Rose (Caroline Arapoglou), along with Topper (Austin North) will reprise their roles.