Season 2 of the teen series Outer Banks has just been released on Netflix, and some fans have binged the ten episodes already.

The mystery series starring Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline follows the story of a teenager who enlists his three best friends to hunt for a piece of treasure linked to his father’s disappearance.

If you’ve watched the new series, you will have noticed that they say the acronym ‘SBI’ a lot, but what does it mean? Let’s find out…

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What does ‘SBI’ mean in ‘Outer Banks’?

  • State Bureau of Investigation

When you hear the acronym ‘SBI’ being used in Season 2 of Outer Banks, they are referring to the State Bureau of Investigation.

The ‘SBI’ is a state-level detective agency in the United States who assist local law enforcement with criminal investigations.

They work closely with local police, sheriffs, district attorneys, federal investigators and federal prosecutors.

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‘Outer Banks’ is set in North Carolina

As the Netflix series is set in North Carolina, it features the NCSBI, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.

In real life, the NCSBI has eight district offices based across the state which are all dedicated to serving the citizens of North Carolina.

SBI agents provide investigative help to local law enforcement agencies with criminal cases in North Carolina.

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Fans react to ‘Outer Banks’ Season 2

Season 2 of Outer Banks has had a great response from fans who have been taking to Twitter to react to the series.

One person tweeted: “Just watched season 2 of Outer Banks and now I need season 3 to come out next week.”

“Outer Banks got the greatest season 2 of any show I ever seen,” said another.

A third person added: “Just finished Outer Banks season 2 and damn was it good.”

Outer Banks Season 2 is available to watch on Netflix now.

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