Outer Banks Season 3 Updates: All Pogues are invited! Outer Banks’ cast has revealed that the show has been renewed for a third season. Season 2 concluded on a major cliffhanger, leaving viewers with many unanswered concerns.
Now that the Netflix adolescent drama has been renewed for a second season, fans are eager to see if the upcoming season will provide answers to all of their burning questions. Here’s everything we know about Season 3 of Outer Banks so far.
‘Outer Banks’ cast took to social media to announce the show’s renewal.
The cast of Outer Banks announced on Dec. 7 that the show would be renewed for a third season. Chase Stokes sends a message from Poguelandia in the 48-second teaser. Stokes states, “I’ve got an announcement in the video.” “We’ve received some important information. “Please start the drums.”
Madelyn Cline then performs the drum roll, Austin North as Topper, Drew Starkey as Rafe Cameron, Madison Bailey as Kiara, Rudy Pankow as JJ, and Carlacia Grant as Cleo. “Season 3, babe!!!” Stokes exclaims, his face lit up with delight. Let’s get started!! Season 3 will be here before you know it.” The remainder of the cast then celebrates the renewal of the show.
Who will be back for the Outer Banks Season 3?
According to Deadline, the series regulars are set to return for Season 3 of Outer Banks. Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Austin North, Drew Starkey, and Charles Esten are ensemble cast members. Carlacia Grant will also reprise her role as Cleo. In addition, the actor has been upgraded to a series regular.
While the plotline for Outer Banks Season 3 is still unknown, it is safe to presume that it will continue where the previous chapter ended. The Pogues, for example, ended up on a strange island when their attempt to recover $400 million in gold failed. Ward Cameron (Charles Esten), who is now seriously injured, orders his son Rafe to find the crew by any means possible.
Meanwhile, John B’s father is discovered to be alive! Big John was shown to have survived the altercation after Ward purposefully killed him and thrown his body into the water. Will Big John emerge from his hiding place to find his son John B? For the time being, fans will have to wait and watch what happens in the upcoming season.
The first season of Outer Banks began in April 2020, just before the United States entered a state of emergency. Filming for Outer Banks Season 2 was halted due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, which raised safety concerns. The second season will launch in July 2021, and it will debut at the top of Netflix’s Top 10 List.
According to the timeline, the third season is expected to premiere in 2022. The second chapter might be released in early summer if filming goes successfully. However, there has yet to be a confirmed premiere date.
Outer Banks’ first two seasons are now available on Netflix.