Outer Banks Season 2: Netflix had a hunch, In the year 2020, with beaches closed and spring breaks cancelled. The people would need a steamy islet mystery to make quarantine a little smother. So the hot teenage dramas Outer Banks was made. Putting on the streaming stage on April 15, In all its North Carolina sun-kissed prestige of show. The shows records tension between the working-class Pogues and the wealthy Kooks. And as the Pogues hunt for $400 million of sunken riches. Soon Outer Banks Season 2 will be in our plate.
On July 24, the streaming announced the smash hit very hard that they had renewed for another season. Our heroes find the riches, of course, but Netflix would never allow them to walk away quickly. At the end of the show, the money has stolen, John B. accused for death. And both John B. and his beloved girlfriend, Sarah, are presumed dead after their boat upend in a storm. But they’re actually on another ship—this one headed to the Bahamas, where they hope to reclaim their spoils.
It’s a delicious dramatic adventure series, but there’s a lot that we don’t know about what will happen next ofcourse. Here’s everything that we’ve uncovered about Season 2 while we wait for it to drop.
What’s with cast and crew of Soon Outer Banks Season 2?
The cast and crew members are tight-lipped about any spoilers yet. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t working hard for it. Creators and showrunner Pate told Entertainment Weekly that Netflix had already approved the team to write Season 2 scripts before Season 1 even debuted.
“We’ve been working on that for very few months now,” he said. And it would seem the writers have big plans.
“There will be some new mysteries and some new ideas. It all comes off the same spine of the same story, but it branches out in ways that hopefully the audience won’t see coming,” Pate said. This season is going to be in BAHAMASSSSSSSSSSSSS VIEWERS WILL BE SO SATISFIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
MORE SEASONS ON THE WAY!
me and my frans are back to make a tv show again. we’re excited. hope u guys are too pic.twitter.com/LHQoSM6jBP
— Chase Stokes (@hichasestokes) September 4, 2020
Netflix isn’t making any promises, but it rumoured that it could be more seasons coming our way!
We are just hoping that we get a chance actually to tell those stories.”