This month marks one year since the premiere of Outer Banks Season 2, and we eagerly await the third part of the Netflix drama. After the conclusion of Season 2, our protagonist John B. (Chase Stokes) and his companions, the working class Pogues, are ready to continue their treasure search, and tensions between them and the elite class Kooks are at an all-time high.
The series is set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and follows a gang of teenage Pogues, described by John B. as “the lowest member of the food chain.” John B. and his companions start on a mission to discover the truth about his father’s absence. Still, they must contend with Kooks as their initially interesting quest evolves into a dangerous treasure hunt.
The first season of Outer Banks began on April 20, 2020, while the second season premiered on July 30, 2021.
Is Season 3 of Outer Banks Coming to Netflix This Year?
As of July 2022, we can tell you that Season 3 of Outer Banks will not be available on Netflix in July 2022. The network has not yet announced the projected premiere date for the forthcoming season. The third season of Outer Banks was reportedly renewed last year on December 7, 2021. The following season’s production began on February 28, 2022, with filming commencing in Charleston, South Carolina, on February 16, 2022.
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Since then, neither Netflix nor the show’s official social media accounts have confirmed the series’ premiere date, causing fans to speculate. Post-production will take some time to improve the episodes so that the following season will be considerably more engaging for the audience.
Therefore, we advise fans to be patient for a while, as these notifications are issued on a schedule by the streaming services and require time.
Outer Banks Season 3 Release Date
As of July 2022, the official release date for Outer Banks Season 3 has not been disclosed and confirmed by the network. The series is still in production, so any release date information seems too soon. On the other hand, we would like to underline that, although the series’ official social media accounts have not updated its fans with this information, this is a positive.
Surprisingly, Pretty Little Thing, a UK fast-fashion company, shared a post by Netflix Daily Updates on Season 3 of Outer Banks, which could be published in December 2022.
Renewal Updates for Season 3 of outer banks
It means that the show will be renewed for another season. According to Deadline, since the release of the series, “Outer Banks” has been a success for Netflix. The second season, which premiered in July, occupied the top spot on Netflix’s Top 10 TV (English) list for four weeks after its debut.
The Plotline of Outer Banks Season 3
In each of the past two seasons, there were ten episodes. Consequently, we can assume that the future season will similarly consist of 10 episodes. In contrast, attacks are anticipated to be between 42 and 61 minutes long, following a similar format to previous seasons.
After their narrow escape in Season 1, John B. and Sarah were on the run in the Bahamas in Season 2 of Outer Banks. While they were back on the hunt for the gold, their new friends brought new foes, and the stakes at home swiftly escalated for Kiara, Pope, and JJ. The $400 million was still up for grabs, but would the crew accept a new assignment if revealed a recently uncovered secret?
The journey of a lifetime awaited, but the Pogues would have to make every effort to survive the uncharted waters. It is anticipated that the series will pick up any potential subplots following the final episode of Season 2 of The Coastal Venture, which will air on July 30, 2021.
Jonas Pate directs the episode, which Josh Pate and Shannon Burke wrote. According to the episode’s official summary, John B, Pope, JJ, and Kiara prepare for a confrontation on board the ship, while Sarah understands the terrible reality of her family situation.
The Cast of Outer Banks Season 3
Netflix announced new cast members for the upcoming season on June 23. Andy McQueen portrays Carlos Singh as a “ruthless Caribbean don on his treasure quest.” Lou Ferrigno Jr. will appear with McQueen as Singh’s senior security officer. Season 3 will also feature Fiona Palomo as Sofia, described by Netflix as a “self-identified pogue with a tight relationship to Rafe.”
Season 3 of Outer Banks will see the return of Madelyn Cline, Rudy Pankow, Madison Bailey, Jonathan 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 friend circle, has been promoted to series regular, per Deadline.
Season 2 of Outer Banks: A Quick Recap
Similar to Season 1, Outer Banks Season 2 concluded with the Pogues experiencing a near-death experience. John B., Sarah, JJ, Kiara, and Pope spent most of the second episode of the Netflix series attempting to locate and rescue the lost Cross of Santo Domingo.
In the season finale, the crew infiltrated the Coastal Venture and attempted to steal the cross. After failing in a chaotic firefight, they escaped in a lifeboat. Although the Pogues again went empty-handed, the episode concluded on a happy note as they celebrated being together and safe – for the time being.
Where can I stream Season 3 of Outer Banks?
When the release date for Outer Banks Season 3 approaches, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix, with all prior seasons also accessible on the streaming service via various membership plans.
The visual quality and number of screens on which you can simultaneously stream Netflix depends on the plan you select. You can stream movies and television shows for free with any of these services.
Is There a Trailer for Season 3 of Outer Banks?
No, the official trailer for Outer Banks Season 3 has not been released since July 2022. For the time being, please view this unique Season 2 trailer, which will help you recollect the previous season’s events.