Netflix has revealed the full-length official trailer for the third season of Outer Banks. The Pogues are coming back in the 10-episode ‘Outer Banks’ Season 3, which will release on February 23 on Netflix, worldwide.
As the trailer (watch above) shows, everything is about to change for this ragtag group. The Pogues are embarking on their most ambitious treasure hunt yet after losing their gold to the Camerons and washing ashore on a desert island last season. Their quest will take them to El Dorado, the lost city of gold, this time. The Season 3 trailer shows the Pogues have nothing to lose, from emotional family reunions to high-speed chases. The trailer also teases Andy McQueen's Singh as a new villain/challenge to the Pogues this season.
Season 3 of Outer Banks finds this treasure-hunting pack settling in their gorgeous new home, Poguelandia. They have all they need - a private island, a gorgeous sunset vista, and each other's companionship. How unsafe might things be with so much fishing and swimming? The Pogues realize that their adventures in the first two seasons were just a warm-up for the mother of all treasure hunts. Far from home, John B (Chase Stokes), Sarah (Madelyn Cline), Kiara (Madison Bailey), Pope (Jonathan Daviss), JJ (Rudy Pankow), and the newest Pogue member, Cleo (Carlacia Grant), are on the run for their survival. Ward and Rafe are out for vengeance, and a cruel Caribbean Don is after the bounty, so it's the Pogues versus the world.
At the end of Season 2, Rafe (Drew Starkey) recovers the Cross by shooting Pope, who leaps overboard with Cleo; they board the lifeboat, followed by Kiara and JJ, who regains consciousness; the Pogues depart, landing on a remote island in the Caribbean named "Poguelandia." The Sheriff's office is looking into their disappearance. Limbrey meets Big John (Charles Halford), who is still alive and promises to assist her provided she helps John B.
Series creators Jonas Pate, Josh Pate, and Shannon Burke are the 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, Carlacia Grant, Austin North, Drew Starkey, Deion Smith, and Charles Esten, all reprising their roles in season 3, and also Grant has been promoted to series regular. Andy McQueen as Singh will be a new face this season.
Is ‘Outer Banks’ Season 3 the Final Season of the Series?
There are some rumors circulating that the third season is the final season of the show. So, let me assure you that Outer Banks Season 3 is not the final season of the series. Netflix renewed the show after the success of Season 2, and it might get a Season 4 if this season performs well on the streamer. It also means that the story of the Pogues won't conclude this season, and it is likely to end on a cliffhanger, just like the previous season. Since it is the third season, the show needs to perform better than the previous seasons of the show to score a renewal. So if you are a fan of this show, do spread the word so that it can increase its viewership number and doesn't get canceled like many other Netflix shows.
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