Each season in Outer Banks is always capped off with a (ridiculous, but undoubtedly fun) boom. Teen dramas have a long history of dramatic cliffhangers, so the Netflix fan favourite about a group of young misfits who are chasing fortune all along North Carolina coast doesn’t invent the wheel. Set aside your reservations if you’ve ever watched an adolescent soap opera. Buy into the ridiculous. The real fun may then start.
In the season 1 finale, orphaned fugitive John B. Routledge crashed his boat into a tropical storm in a desperate attempt to avoid being apprehended by the authorities. However, it quickly emerged that he and his wealthy female fling, Sarah Cameron, had survived the collision. Not only were they still alive and well, but they had also been saved by a boat that just happened to be sailing to Nassau, in which $400 million gold was waiting for them.
But wait—season 2 significantly raises the stakes. Car chases happen! Heists! Unwanted ambulance! explosions on boats An alligator strikes! A shady doctor and his even shadier method of patching up gunshot wounds! Wasp stings that cause allergic responses! sewer overflows! A homicide when it is pouring rain! Just take it all in without worrying too much about whether anything makes sense. You won’t be able to recall all that happened by the time the second season ricochets to a conclusion, but you won’t care since you’ll be too high on adrenaline. And all you can do is clap clumsily for an encore after that big surprise in the last seconds of the climax.
Is there a third season planned?
Yes. On December 7, Netflix announced the third season of Outer Banks with the aid of the (very ecstatic) cast.
The show’s creator and executive producer, Jonas Pate, recently disclosed that he plans for the series to have 4 or 5 seasons overall.In April 2020, he stated to Entertainment Weekly, “Ever since we started, we always considered it to be something that was probably like a four-season, maybe 5 programme, but definitely four seasons.” “We’ve stretched it out fairly far, sort of. I only hope we have the opportunity to share those tales.
Additionally, he stated that “Netflix had greenlit us to create certain [season 2] screenplays before [season 1] really came out,” suggesting that the same may have been true for season 3.
How is the upcoming chapter affected by Big John’s return?
According to Jonas Pate, Big John’s big announcement wasn’t always preplanned. “We were aware of the card. When we were writing this year, we weren’t sure whether we would play it, but around the sixth or seventh episode, we started to think we might be able to,” he added. The entire episode 10 of season 2’s action, he continued, was intended to serve as a diversion and put viewers “truly on the wrong foot.”
Therefore, you may anticipate that the long-lost father will be a major theme of season 3. According to showrunner Shannon Burke, “It’s going to be crucial and perhaps the backbone [of season 3] in general.” It’s an enormous discovery that will undoubtedly drive a significant portion of the season 3. I’m quite curious to see how people will respond or whether they will even remember who he was.