Outer Banks Season 2: Where it’s Pogues vs. Kooks 24/7, and only one will get to rule the island that they call home. The new Netflix series, Outer Banks, follows a group of local teens. They call themselves Pogues, as they try to find the treasure hidden in their hometown.
But the island’s high-class vacation kids are Kooks. He will stop at nothing to keep them from moving on up in the world. Fans are already freaking out over the show’s big cliffhanger. And are trying to figure out what’s next for John B., Kie, Pope, JJ, and Sarah.
So will we be going back to the OBX for another season? Here are all our big questions and everything you need to know about season two of Outer Banks.
Who is coming back for Outer Banks Season 2?
Along with the season 2 announcement, Netflix confirmed that the main cast will all be returning. Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey. Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Austin North, Drew Starkey, Deion Smith. And Charles Esten is all set to reprise their roles.
With this news, it’s a good guess we’ll see all our favorite Pogues reunited together again. Since John B. and Sarah’s rescuers were on their way to the Bahamas at the end of the season, we think we’ll find the two in Nassau when the show picks back up. With Kie, JJ, and Pope still back at the OBX, we bet the group’s next task will be to get John B. and Sarah back home.
What will Outer Banks Season 2 be about?
Season two will likely pick up 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 dealing with the aftermath of the SBI escape and their supposed deaths. Ward will be facing the consequences for his actions as the SBI and local police discovered he is the one behind the death of John B’s dad. Either way, the Outer Banks will certainly never be the same.
When will it come out?
With most Netflix productions on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, it might take longer than usual for the show to return to production. The good news is that the show is centered around the summer, so there is a chance production could start before the next school year. Netflix usually brings back shows within a year, so if everything goes as planned, Outer Banks will likely be scheduled to return in April 2021.