Attention, Netflix. We’ll need Outer Bank Season 3 right away, please, and thank you. You cannot abandon us in this manner.
Season two finished on a melancholy note for the Pogues, with a huge disclosure about John B’s father that left us wanting answers.
We know it’s coming; the issue is when the new episodes will arrive after the season-two finale cliffhanger.
Here’s what we know thus far.
When will the third season of Outer Banks premiere?
Pogues, rejoice! Season three of Outer Banks has been announced for December 2021… now we just have to wait and see when it will show on our televisions.
The cast of the show appeared in a video released to Twitter, celebrating, and saying, “All the way from Poguelandia, season three baby!”
Netflix offered a first glimpse at the cast, which included Madelyn Cline, Chase Stokes, Madison Bailey, Rudy Pankow, Jonathon Daviss, Carlacia Grant, and Drew Starkey, back in action in Charleston, South Carolina when production began in February 2022.
The post was titled: “Don’t call or text. There is no service in Poguelandia. OBX 3 is BACK IN STOCK.”
The first two seasons were separated by slightly over a year, with the first opening in April 2020 and the second arriving at the end of July 2021. We also know that season two will begin filming in August 2020 and end in April 2021.
Taking the eight-month production time into account, the earliest we can hope to see Outer Banks on our screens again is late 2022. And, hopefully, it won’t be the last time we watch the program.
Outer Banks executive producer Jonas Pate has said that he envisions the show continuing into season four or five, but whether the intended plot is told ultimately depends on Netflix giving it the green light once again.
“Ever since we began, we’ve always considered it as a four-season show, maybe a five-season show, but certainly four seasons,” Pate told Entertainment Weekly. “We’ve kind of arced it out fairly far. I simply hope we have the opportunity to tell those tales.”
Chase Stokes has also voiced his desire to continue playing John B in the near future, which is great news for OBX fans.
“I’d want to keep it running, but it all relies on how people respond to it. We’re hoping that, as last year, people connect with the tale and continue to fall in love with the journey of not only the Pogues, but the whole world of Outer Banks “Stokes said to Cosmopolitan UK.
Cast Of Outer Bank Season 3
On June 23, Netflix revealed new cast members for the next season. Andy McQueen portrays Carlos Singh, a “ruthless Caribbean Don on his own treasure quest.” McQueen will be joined in the role of Singh’s top security officer by Lou Ferrigno Jr. Season 3 will also include Fiona Palomo as Sofia, a “self-identified Pogue who builds a deep relationship with Rafe,” according to Netflix.
Outer Banks Season 3 will see the return of series regulars Madelyn Cline, Rudy Pankow, Madison Bailey, Daviss, Austin North, Drew Starkey, and Charles Esten, in addition to Chase Stokes. Carlacia Grant, who portrays Cleo, the newest member of the primary Pogues buddy circle, has been promoted to series regular, according to Deadline.
Season 2 of What Happened on the Outer Banks
Outer Banks Season 2 concluded with a near-death encounter for the Pogues, similar to Season 1. Much of the second season of the Netflix program followed John B., Sarah, JJ, Kiara, and Pope as they attempted to find and rescue the missing Cross of Santo Domingo. In the season finale, the group surreptitiously boarded the Coastal Venture and attempted to cross the Atlantic. After a wild gunfight, they were forced to flee in a lifeboat. Though the Pogues went empty-handed once again, the episode concluded on a happy note as they celebrated being together and safe – for the time being.
The Storyline of Season 3 of Outer Banks
The season two conclusion of Outer Banks was a bit of a surprise.
Sarah and John B had continued their pursuit for the treasure throughout the series, reconnecting with the rest of the Pogues in Charlotte. The group avoided Ward, Rafe, and newcomer Carla (the possibility of murder is never distant from this bunch!)
During a spectacular run-in on a cargo ship, the Pogues had lost their recently acquired gold cross to – you guessed it – Sarah’s family, the Camerons. The group almost escaped death (again) by jumping ship (literally), only to wind themselves on a barren island.
The season ended with Carla on her way to meet with John B’s father (! ), whom many believed was dead – but evidently, he isn’t! He promised to assist her to find the Shroud of Turin (the miraculous healing fabric that was supposed to be concealed in the gold cross), but she had to aid John B and his pals in exchange.
We’d anticipate this pursuit to continue in the third season, should one is made, with viewers wondering whether John B will ever have that reunion with his clearly-breathing father.
Pate said to Entertainment Weekly: “The bond between John B and his father is a major subject. Having his father return, and ultimately they’ll meet again, John B must reconcile his idealized vision of his deceased father with the reality of his living father.”
“It’s going to be fundamental and maybe the core [of season three], really,” writer Shannon Burke said.
It seems that spectators will get that particular moment after all if showrunner Josh Pate has his way. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he indicated that “John B’s connection with his father is a key element [that will drive season three].”
“Having his father back around, and ultimately they’re going to meet up again, and John B has to reconcile his idealized vision of his deceased father with the reality of his living dad,” Pate continued. “It provides us with a lot of theme father-son material to work with.”
Shannon Burke, a writer, added: “It’s going to be crucial, and perhaps the spine [of season three]. It’s certainly a massive discovery that will fuel a significant portion of the third season.”
Chase Stokes, who portrays John B, has spoken out about what this discovery may imply for his character in the future.
Informing TV Line that he “I’m hoping to continue telling the narrative for a few more seasons,” he reflected. “It’s not like he [Big John] was carried away by a natural catastrophe or something.” It was his decision to abandon his kid, and how does that look? What does it look like when a child comes face to face with a parent who has abandoned him and has no clue what has occurred in the meantime?”
Since the series was seeking a young Chase Stokes-lookalike between the ages of five and seven years old earlier this month, it looks like we may be getting some more history in the form of flashbacks regarding John B and his father as well.
Despite all of this encouraging talk, the Outer Banks showrunners do not have a “master plan” for the third season, according to TV Line, even if they do have some ideas for themes to explore further.
In terms of the approach to the performance, this seems to be business as usual. In fact, when they were planning season two, Big John’s comeback wasn’t even certain.
“We knew we had that card,” TV Line‘s Jonas Pate said. “We didn’t know for sure that we’d play it, but around the sixth or seventh episode this year, while we were writing, we began to realize maybe we might do it.”
When can I view the Outer Banks season 3 trailer?
Unfortunately, there is no trailer as of yet since development is still ongoing. When it does acquire a release date, we anticipate the trailer to be released in the month before the premiere.
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Guys, good things come to those who wait! Particularly when it comes to the Outer Banks. So, for the time being, you may binge-watch seasons one and two on Netflix.
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