The soapy teen drama ‘Outer Banks’ has undoubtedly left us longing for a summer romance, sun-drenched vacation and of course a tan especially after more than a year of being quarantined and now fans are definitely getting antsy to know all about Outer Banks season two.
It’s a coming of age story following a tight-knit group of teens known as “ Pogues” as they try to find the hidden treasure in their hometown. But the high-class vacation kids, Looks just wouldn’t give up and will stop at nothing to keep them moving on.
But apart from all this crispy stuff it had left us craving a second season which would finally make sense of the show’s final episode of season one.
Thankfully, the expectations of fans will not be let down as our Outer Bank fantasies are coming true. Netflix has confirmed that there will be a season two dropping this summer on 30 July.
Have they already released the titles of the episode?
As the premiere is just around the corner Netflix has already dropped the episode titles. Yes, the titles of second seasons episodes are released tide us overwritten on a napkin from THE WRECK, NO LESS. The titles are as follows:-
Episode 1 – “The Gold”
Episode 2 – “The Heist”
Episode 3 – “Prayer”
Episode 4 – “Homecoming”
Episode 5- “The Darkest Hour”
Episode 6 – “The Druthers”
Episode 7 – “The Bonfire “
Episode 8 – “The Cross”
Episode 9 – “Trapped”
Episode 10 – “The Coastal Venture”
The season’s fourth episode which is called “Homecoming” likely points to the Pogue reunion but it still doesn’t look like that everything is going to go well, especially as it seems like in the ninth episode trapped.
When will season two come out?
It is official that on July thirty season two out of Outer Banks will be hitting Netflix. Netflix revealed the big news with a tease, which shows what happened to our favourite character after the season one finale.
Will there be any new characters?
Cast members Chase Stokes (John B), Madelyn Cline (Sarah Cameron), Madison Bailey (Kiara), Jonathan Daviss (Pope), Rudy Pankow (JJ), Austin North (Topper), Drew Starkey (Rafe), Deion Smith (Kelce), and Charles Esten (Ward Cameron) are all expected to return.
We can also expect the rest of the cast who plays the Pogues will be back, including Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, and Rudy Pankow.
But we know that Outer Banks is a pretty big place so hearing that new faces will be joining is not too surprising. In fact, new phases just going to add up to the fun.
Carlacua Grant will be playing Cleo, joining the cast in a role that will see our Pogues in the Bahamas. “Cleo is a confident and fearless Nassau girl”.
According to some reports from Deadline, Lost and Once Upon A Time alum Elizabeth Mitchell will also be joining the cast for Outer Banks season 2. Mitchell will play Limbrey, who sounds like a villain!
able artful dodger, whose world collides with Pogues”.
What season is it about?
Season two will most probably pick up from where we left off in season one, with John B. and Sarah on their way to the Bahamas to try to get the gold back. Kie, JJ, and Pope will be seen dealing with the aftermath of the SBI escape and their supposed deaths. Consequences will be faced by Ward for his actions as the SBI and local police discover that he is the one behind the death of John B’s dad. Either way, the Outer Banks will certainly never be the same.
Cast’s Hope for Season Two
Fans aren’t really the only ones waiting for a season two renewal. Seventeen got to talk to the cast of Outer Banks and they revealed that even they are super excited about possibly coming back to the OBX and continuing to tell their crazy story. Madison Bailey, who plays Kie, says fans should expect some major revenge coming from The Pogues.
Any Big Changes?
The next season will start with a time jump.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Cline let slip s tiny spoiler that the series will start with a time jump. “There is a micro time jump”. Revenge
Bailey told Seventeen that Pogues might seek revenge over demise if John B. “There’s gonna be a whole new dynamic”.
The show’s creator envisions four or five seasons of the show.
During an interview in April 2020 with Entertainment Weekly, Jonas Pate revealed his plans for the show extend far beyond season 2. “Ever since we started, we always viewed it as something that was probably like a four-season, maybe five-season show, but definitely four seasons,” Pate said. “We’ve sort of long-arced it out pretty far. I’m just hoping that we get a chance to actually tell those stories.”
Pate wasted no time mapping out the second season in quarantine.
He also elaborated his vision for season 2 and teased “some new mysteries,” adding, “we love the mashup of friends on this fantasy thrilling adventure, and we feel like we really just played the opening round of that story,” Pate told the outlet. “And now that the audience knows our characters and the baseline engine of the mystery is going, we just feel like we have a lot more good twists and turns left to explore, so we’re excited for more.”
When did Season 2 Start Filming?
Outer Banks season two started filming in the late summer of 2020 and has already according to WIS News 10, a casting office, TW Cast and Recruit, was looking for some extras to film scenes for the show’s second season. A couple of other requests were also put up on their Facebook page and website looking for locals to play everything from EMTs to high school students. A post on their Facebook page confirms that filming started back on August 31, 2020.
Filming if season two was finished in early April and the cast said goodbye to each other with some really adorable Instagram posts.