Netflix’s Outer Banks was the summery escape we were desperate for if it became clear that we would all be spending much more time inside for the foreseeable future. And, at just 10 episodes, the treasure searching the first season is short and sweet by Netflix standards. After finishing to a huge, tempest-tossed cliffhanger, the lovers need to know: Will there be more Outer Banks for us to bask in and pretend we are on an island holiday for a few hours every week? The entertainment industry’s condition is much more in flux than ever but we’re pretty sure we’ve got some fantastic information for all of you.
Has Outer Banks Been Renewed?
Netflix has no word on this however as popular as the series is, we’d be amazed if they did not have a renewal announcement coming when things return to a comparative normal.
The fantastic thing is that series founder Jonas Pate told Entertainment Weekly that Netflix had told them when they greenlit the series, to go ahead and start working on a few Season two scripts too. So at least aspect of the following season has been composed.
“Ever since we started, we always viewed it as something that was likely enjoying a four-season, maybe five-season series, but certainly four seasons,” Pate said. “We’ve sort of long-arced out it pretty far. I’m just hoping that we get a chance to tell those stories.”
When will Season 2 Come Out?
With the production of what on hold amid the coronavirus quarantine, we shouldn’t expect to see any new Outer Banks on Netflix until overdue 2021, at the earliest.
Who Will be in The Cast?
We can likely expect to see everyone who was alive by the end of their first season to reunite, especially the scrappy Pogues, John B. (Chase Stokes), J.J. (Rudy Pankow), Pope (Jonathan Daviss), and Kiara (Madison Bailey); Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline); her villainous father, Ward (Charles Esten); her brother, Rafe (Drew Starkey); Rose (Caroline Arapoglou); Topper (Austin North); along with the remainder. We could also expect plenty of new personalities to sail particularly since there’ll be one new location.
Are they going to the Bahamas?
Yes. Pate said in precisely the same EW interview that part of this series would accompany John B. and Sarah cruising around Nassau in search of their missing treasure.
“We’ll have at least a part of Season 2 that’ll take place in the Bahamas, but it’ll all return into the Outer Banks because that is our religious house,” Pate said. “So we will get back to the Outer Banks pretty quickly, I am sure, but there will be an event or two which has some Bahamas inside.”
Will They Actually Film anything in The Real Outer Banks This Time?
Outer Banks acquired a small amount of flak before its very first season premiered from real Outer Banks residents, who had been annoyed that Netflix did not film the show from the real Outer Banks, or feature any Outer Banks landmarks. Netflix instead shot the series in Charleston, SC, in protest against North Carolina’s contentious toilet invoice, which required citizens to use the toilet corresponding to the sex they were assigned at birth, enacted in 2016, and partially repealed in 2017. Ever since then, the ACLU was at a years-long legal battle, which ended with the court ruling against the invoice in summertime 2019, soon after production ended on Outer Banks. The clause officially expires at the end of 2020, so we might just see Outer Banks show up at the real Outer Banks. Starting a request to add a lengthy action scene in the center of Duck Donuts.