Outer Banks Season 3: Release Date, Latest News, Cast, and Everything to Know
One of Netflix’s buzziest dramas, Outer Banks, is back in production, and we’re eagerly waiting our return to Poguelandia. A few months after Outer Banks Season 2 dropped last summer, our beloved Pogues gave the splashy announcement that the show was renewed for Season 3. It may be a while before the adventures of John B. (Chase Stokes) and his crew return to our screens, but until then, we will be sharing the latest updates on this next installment of OBX.
Set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the adventure series follows a group of teen “Pogues” — those from the working class and, as John B. describes, the “lowest member of the food chain.” John B. and his friends embark on a journey to seek the truth behind his father’s disappearance, and must face off against “Kooks” — the wealthy elite of the town — as what begins as a curious quest transforms into a deadly treasure hunt.
Season 1 of Outer Banks premiered in April 20, 2020 and its second installment was released July 30, 2021. Here’s everything we know so far about Outer Banks Season 3.
On Feb. 28, Outer Banks‘ official accounts posted photos announcing that production on Season 3 has begun.
No official release date has been announced for Season 3. Given that production has just started, we estimate the new season won’t drop until late 2022 or early 2023.
In addition to Chase Stokes, series regulars Madelyn Cline, Rudy Pankow, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Austin North, Drew Starkey, and Charles Esten are all returning for Outer Banks Season 3. According to Deadline, Carlacia Grant, who plays Cleo, the newest addition to the central Pogues friend group, has been upped to series regular.
What Happened in Outer Banks Season 2
Similar to Season 1, Outer Banks Season 2 ended with a near-death experience for the Pogues. Much of the Netflix show’s second installment followed John B., Sarah, JJ, Kiara, and Pope as they tried to locate and retrieve the lost Cross of Santo Domingo. The season finale saw the crew secretly board the ship the Coastal Venture and attempt to take the cross. They failed after a chaotic shootout, and escaped on a lifeboat. Though the Pogues once again left empty-handed, the episode ended on a positive note as they celebrated being together and in safety — for now.
How to Watch
The first two seasons of Outer Banks are available on Netflix.
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