‘Outer Banks’ Season 2 is on the Way and it’s Hinting a Possibility for Season 3

With the release of Outer Banks season 2 on the horizon, many fans are already wondering if Outer Banks season 3 will be available on Netflix this year. The first installment has received positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, making it a must-see series. Season 2 of Outer Banks will premiere on Netflix on July 30, 2021, and many fans of the Netflix original action-adventure mystery are already planning to binge watch the entire season that weekend. It won’t be long after the second season is released on streaming services until everyone wants to know what’s going on with Outer Banks season 3.

‘Outer Banks’ Plot and Other Details

The drama is set in a coastal hamlet in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, where the rich and working classes are split. A gang of adolescents pursue a treasure map in search of riches, but instead discover a long-buried secret in the well-received Netflix original series.

Netflix has yet to renew Outer Banks for a third season, but given that season 2 has yet to air, it makes reasonable at this stage. If they make new episodes soon, it’s safe to assume that no new episodes will be released until the end of the year 2021. If someone had to guess when subscribers will be able to see Outer Banks season 3, it would definitely be safe to say sometime in the summer of 2022.

Before its first season released, Outer Banks received some backlash from locals who were upset that Netflix didn’t film the show in the Outer Banks and didn’t include any Outer Banks landmarks. Instead, Netflix filmed the episode in Charleston, South Carolina, in protest of North Carolina’s contentious bathroom bill, which compelled people to use the toilet that corresponded to their gender at birth, which was implemented in 2016 and partially repealed in 2017.

Keep an eye on ScifiScoop for information on when Outer Banks season 3 will be released, and don’t miss Outer Banks season 2 when it premieres at the end of July 2021.

Written by Dave Cunningham

Raised and born in West London. Dave is currently studying BA in Psychology at CUNY Hunter College. Netflix favourites: You, Stranger Things, Ozark & Virgin River.

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