Outer Banks Season 3 Updates: The Outer Banks cast revealed that Netflix had reinstated the series for a third season after a four-month delay. After the action-packed second season, which had lots of cliffhangers and a mind-blowing ending shock, fans are eager to see what happens next.
And now that the update has been released, many people are wondering when Season 3 of Outer Banks will begin production. So far, here is all we know about the production timetable.
This contains minor spoilers.
Is the Outer Banks Season 3 in the works?
Netflix has yet to announce a shooting schedule for Outer Banks Season 3. However, with the resurrection, speculations spread that the film team will begin filming this year.
According to the December 23 edition of Production Weekly, Netflix has scheduled Outer Banks Third Season shooting sequences for February, contrary to anything on Netflix.
From February 16 through August 19, 2022, is the rumored production window. The timing, according to the paper, is subject to change, particularly in light of the coronavirus epidemic.
As of this writing, there is no set date for the third season of Outer Banks.
Fans may not be able to see the new episodes until the fall if production continues until August.
What to Expect in the Outer Banks Season 3?
At the end of Season 2, John B. (Chase Stokes), Sarah (Madelyn Cline), Kiara (Madison Bailey), and new Pogue Cleo (Carlacia Grant) spent the evening on the island, which they christened Poguelandia.
Ward Cameron (Charles Esten), Sarah’s father, fled with just the Cross of Santo Domingo, but the Pogues vowed to locate it. Big John (Charles Halford), John B.’s father, was also shown to be alive.
According to Josh Pate, co-showrunner, John B.’s reunion with Big John will be a big component of season 3.
The new shows will also have a mythical theme to them.