The pogues are coming back once again as Netflix has officially renewed “Outer Banks” for the third season. The cast of the series shared a video (watch above) announcing the third season.
The second season, which premiered on July 30 this year, was the most-watched show on Netflix in August this year. In its first 28 days, it was viewed for 322 million hours along with gaining approximately 10 million new viewers. “Outer Banks” Season 3 is likely to premiere in 2023.
Season 2 of "Outer Banks" follows a close-knit group of local teenagers, the "Pogues," as they struggle to come to terms with the murder of their friends after a treasure hunt goes bad. However, they quickly learn that John B (Stokes) and Sarah (Cline) are on the run in the Bahamas and back on the hunt for gold, while the stakes for the rest of the Pogues are swiftly rising at home. When a newly discovered secret reunites the squad for a new mission in unexplored waters, a stunning $400 million is on the line.
Previously, we reported that Outer Banks is coming back for Season 3 but it might also be the final season. You can read our Season 3 report, analysis along with the source info @ ‘Outer Banks’ is Reportedly Ending With Season 3 at Netflix.
Series creators Jonas Pate, Josh Pate, and Shannon Burke are all returning as showrunners and executive producers of the third season of “Outer Banks.”
The coming-of-age series stars Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Madison Bailey, Austin North, Drew Starkey, Deion Smith, Carlacia Grant, and Charles Esten. All of them are reprising their roles in season 3.
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