Outer Banks Season 3 Release Date is Officially Confirmed by Netflix!

The third season of Outer Banks is almost here, and now we have a poster that shows how the cast has changed. Netflix sent out a tweet on February 1 with the poster and said that a trailer would be out on Thursday (2nd February).

In the second season of the mystery teen drama, Sarah and John B were on the run in the Bahamas while the treasure hunt got even sillier and funnier.

Fans were left with a lot of big questions after the last episode. For example, the Pogues moved to a deserted island and John B’s dad, Big John, who was thought to be dead the whole time, turned out to be alive.

Outer Banks stars like Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Austin North, Charles Esten, Drew Starkey, and Carlacia Grant are likely to come back.

And there’s more good news: Outer Banks creator Jonas Pate has hinted that there will be many more seasons, so season 2 might not be the end. Read on to find out everything we know about Outer Banks season 3 so far.

When Will Outer Banks Season 3 Come Out?

The third season of Outer Banks will be available on Netflix on February 23, 2023. From this date on, you can watch any episode of the show right away.

Outer Banks season 3 release date

In the meantime, you might want to check out our list of more teen dramas like Euphoria, which is about to start its third season.

Who Will Be in the Cast of Outer Banks Season 3?

In June 2022, Netflix said that the next season would have new cast members. Carlos Singh, who Andy McQueen plays, is a “ruthless Caribbean Don on his treasure hunt.” In addition to Chase Stokes, all of the regulars from the show will be back for Season 3 of Outer Banks.

  • Chase Stokes as John B.
  • Madelyn Cline as Sarah Cameron
  • Drew Starkey as Rafe Cameron
  • Charles Esten as Ward Cameron
  • Rudy Pankow as JJ
  • Madison Bailey as Kie
  • Jonathan Daviss as Pope
  • Austin North as Topper

What Will Happen in Outer Banks Season 3?

At the moment, we don’t know much about what will happen in Outer Banks season 3. Both the show’s creators and Netflix are keeping their cards close to their chest. But we know that John B’s relationship with his father will be a big part of what happens in Outer Banks season 3.

After the tumultuous end of season 1, John B. and Sarah went to the Bahamas, where a lot of drama happened. In the meantime, the Pogues and the Kooks kept competing against each other to win the $400 million. At the end of season 2, we found out that John B’s father had finally been found alive.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the show’s creators, Josh Pate and Shannon Burke said, “John B’s relationship with his dad is a big theme. At some point, they will meet again, and John B will have to figure out how to deal with the fact that his real father is still alive.

At the end of season 2, the Pogues were stuck on a desert island with no food and no way to get off. And season 2’s bad guy Carla Limbrey has gotten in touch with John B’s dad, Big John. The two seem to be working together to get what they both want. Will enemies become allies? We’ll have to see what happens.

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We can also look forward to a lot more romance, especially among the Pogues clan. The showrunners have said that they will look into some long-awaited connections.

Is there any Trailer for Outer Banks Season 3?

Here is the official trailer for Outer Banks Season 3:

Frequently Asked Questions

Will There Be a Season 4 of Outer Banks?

There is no official confirmation yet that Outer Banks will go on after season 3. But there are rumours that scripts for season 4 are being written and that seasons 3 and 4 could be filmed right after each other.

How Many Episodes Will Be in Outerbanks Season 3?

Just like seasons 1 and 2, season 3 will have 10 episodes. Each show will be an hour long.

How Can We Watch Outer Banks?

Outer Banks is only available to stream on Netflix, where you can watch all 20 episodes of the show’s first season and all 20 episodes of its second season.