The Outer Banks season 2 release date has been confirmed, so when is it on Netflix? An official teaser is here.
Netflix knocked it out of the park with a wealth of titles throughout 2020.
Whether we’re talking lockdown hits like Tiger King or the blockbuster attractions of The Old Guard and Extraction, there was plenty to enjoy on the streaming service.
One offering which many swiftly championed as a TV gem was Outer Banks.
Created by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate and Shannon Burke, Outer Banks premiered on Wednesday, April 15th 2020 and captivated viewers with its blend of adventure and romance.
At the time, it provided the excitement audiences needed and hopes have been high for a continuation ever since.
Now, the Outer Banks season 2 release date has been confirmed.
Outer Banks season 2 release date confirmed: When is it on Netflix?
- The release date for Outer Banks season 2 is Friday, July 30th 2021. This was recently revealed courtesy of an official teaser.
It actually took a while for the show to be renewed, as Netflix officially gave it the greenlight in July 2020, a few months after the first batch of episodes premiered.
Nevertheless, fans agreed it was better late than never.
The Express highlights that filming on season 2 began back in September 2020 and shooting eventually wrapped towards the end of January 2021.
So, audiences will be invited to reunite with the Pogues sometime in 2021.
Fans anticipate the return of Outer Banks
A number of fans recently shared their excitement for Outer Banks season 2 on Twitter.
Check out a selection of tweets:
One of the show’s creators – Josh Pate – spoke with Entertainment Weekly when the first season premiered.
When asked about John B. and Sarah’s fate in the finale, he gave audiences a tase of what to expect from season 2:
“We’ll definitely have at least a part of season 2 that’ll take place in the Bahamas, but it’ll all come back to the Outer Banks because that’s our spiritual home. So we’ll get back to the Outer Banks pretty quickly, I’m sure, but there’ll be definitely an episode or two that that has some Bahamas in it.”
Addressing more to come he added: “… we’ll also introduce some new villains too. So the story will broaden a little bit as we go into season 2… There will definitely be some new mysteries and some new ideas”
It doesn’t stop there though, as he acknowledged that he and the team wish to “continue to develop Rafe’s pathology”, and that he’ll play an important tole in the new season. He also confirmed that Austin North’s Topper will be given a bigger role to play too.