Outer Banks Season 2

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Outer Banks, Netflix’s soapy teen drama, left us yearning for a tan, a fictional summer romance, and a sun-drenched vacation after a year in pandemic-induced quarantine. Above all, we wanted the show’s wild final episode of the second season. Fortunately, our Outer Banks fantasies have come true: Netflix has confirmed the second summer of the year. Outer Banks is fighting a socioeconomic war between the Kooks elite and the Pogues working-class in Northern Carolina’s Outside Banks. “This is the type of place where you have two jobs or two houses,” explains the show’s trailer. “Two tribes on one island.” The show’s centrepiece is a $400 million treasure ship hunt. Triangles of love and homicide are available to fulfil your vindictive and horny desires.

If you, too, have become invested in a series that has managed to fill the gaps left by One Tree Hill, The Goonies, and Gossip Girl in your life, here’s everything you need to know about when the Pogues will be back to brighten your summer.

Outer Banks Season 2 has Been Confirmed

Netflix announced the release date of season 2 on July 24, 2020, more than three months after the 10-episode dram of April 15, 2020. Chase Stokes (John B), Madelyn Cline (Sarah Cameron), Madison Bailey (Kiara), Jonathan Daviss (Pope), Rudy Pankow (JJ), Austin North (Topper), Drew Starkey (Rafe), and Deion Smith will take over the new roles (Kelce).

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Cast Announces that Production has already been Completed in April

The completion of “OBX2” in Instagram emotional posts on April 5, 2021, was revealed by Stokes, Cline and Daviss.

Stokes wrote, “This season’s work of love.” “For the industry’s best crew. Many thanks. Thanks. You have persevered in a sense of humour in the face of adversity. During a global pandemic, you gave your time to revive another unbelievably compelling business. That’s not an easy show, for those who arrive before we begin and for those who remain after we end. My heart is filled with thankfulness. It’s more than just a TV show. It’s become a big family.”

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