Netflix’s ‘Outer Banks’ Officially Renewed for Season 2

Posted By on July 24, 2020

Netflix’s young adult drama series Outer Banks, which was filmed in Charleston County, South Carolina and set locally, has officially been renewed for a second season.

After becoming a massive hit almost immediately upon premiering in April, a second season was all but ensured, but Netflix made it official today (July 24) with a brief announcement on the streaming giant’s official Twitter account. The cast expressed their excitement in fun video compilation posted on Instagram, which you can watch below.

Set in the fictional Kildare County on the Outer Banks, the show was created by Raeford, North Carolina native twins Jonas and Josh Pate. It follows the adventures John B., played by Chase Stokes, and his tight-knit group of friends, played by Rudy Pankow as J.J., Jonathan Daviss as Pope, Madelyn Cline as Sara, and Kernersville, North Carolina native Madison Bailey (Black LightningCreepshow) as Kiara.

The cast also includes Charles Esten as Ward Cameron, Drew Starkey as Rafe, Austin North as Topper, Julia Antonelli as Wheezie, Cullen Moss as Deputy Shoupe, and Adina Porter, who previously starred in another series set in a fictional version of the Outer Banks in American Horror Story: Roanoke (which was also not filmed locally though it took place on Roanoke Island), as Sheriff Peterkin.

There is no word yet on where Season 2 will be filmed, but we will keep you posted as news becomes available. The second season is likely to premiere in 2021.

Season 1 of Outer Banks is currently streaming on Netflix (read our review here).



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