Outer Banks Season 3 Release Date Set for 2022 on Netflix

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The highly anticipated Outer Banks will have a third season, but the release date has yet to be announced, much to the dismay of viewers. However, because this series is highly anticipated on Netflix, viewers can expect season 3 to arrive soon.

Outer Banks Season 3 renewed for 2022

Outer Banks was officially renewed for a third season by Netflix in December 2021, which is not surprising given the show’s position in Netflix’s U.S. Top 10 charts this summer. The popular Netflix hit creators, Jonas Pate, Josh Pate, and Shannon Burke, will all return as executive producers and showrunners. However, no release date has been announced by the streaming behemoth.

Outer Banks Season 3 Expected Release Date

This is despite rumors of a December 2022 release date (this is not confirmed). However, thanks to previous seasons’ production schedules, we can already speculate on when the next season will be released.

Outer Banks’ second season was shot between August 2020 and April 2021 and will be released four months later, at the end of July 2021. If a similar schedule is followed and there are no delays or problems with the filming schedule, season 3 could premiere on Netflix in December 2022. At the very least, we anticipate a return to the Outer Banks by Q1-Q2 2023.

Outer Banks Season 3: Cast

  • John B Routledge is played by Chase Stokes.
  • Sarah Cameron is played by Madelyn Cline.
  • Kiara is played by Madison Bailey.
  • Jonathan Daviss in the role of Pope Heyward
  • JJ Maybank is played by Rudy Pankow.
  • Austin North is the winner.
  • Ward is played by Charles Esten.
  • Rafe Cameron is played by Drew Starkey.
  • Cleo is played by Carlacia Grant.
  • Carlos Singh is played by Andy McQueen.
  • Sofia is played by Fiona Paloma.
  • Ryan ia plyaed by Lou Ferrigno Jr

There are other recurring characters, according to reports. The majority of the characters from the first season of Outer Banks will return in the third season, with spectacular results. Characters from the first episode will enhance the plot of the third season and the story will take its viewers to another level by instilling recondite and intricate twists and turns.

Outer Banks Season 3: Plot

There are two sides to the Outer Banks. The working class is represented by the Kooks on one side and the elite by the Pogues on the other. The Kooks can overcome any adversity with their enormous wealth, but the Pogues’ predicament lies elsewhere. They had to overcome numerous obstacles because they did not come from the wealthy side of the Outer Banks.

John, Pope, and Kiara are all from the Pogues and have always had to overcome adversity in their lives. Topper and Rafe were not forfeited when they beat Pope to the ground. But when Pope sank Topper’s ship in retaliation, he had to face the consequences, and he was sent to a juvenile home

At the same time, Ki and Sarah, residents of the working class side, come from wealthy families. Despite being known as the “blonde princess,” Sarah renounced her wealthy side and joined the Pogues. Sarah was in a relationship with Topper when the story begins, and as the story progresses, she meets John B. This encounter led to her falling for John and a self-discovery.

She realized that being a pogue was much easier than being a wealthy Kooks. A peaceful life was more important to her than immense wealth. The impending rivalry between the Kooks and the Pogues was prevailing, and the story takes a new turn when John and his friends try to uncover the truth about his father’s disappearance.

This missing person search eventually turns into a treasure hunt, and he realizes that, in addition to him, other people are looking for his father and the 400 million dollar treasure. The plot vividly depicts a son’s desire to learn the truth about his father’s disappearance, as well as the twists and turns that ensue.

What stage of Outer Banks season 3 production is it at?

The official production is still filming (February 2022) We wrote about the Outer Banks season 3 filming dates in December 2021.


Season 3 filming, which is scheduled to run from February 16 through August 19 in Charleston, South Carolina, is always subject to change.

You’ll see that although the show is filmed in South Carolina, it is actually set in North Carolina. Several factors contributed to this, including Netflix’s initial opposition to the bathroom bill. According to reports, Outer Banks has relocated to the Charleston region of South Carolina.

The budget for season 3 of Outer Banks is expected to be around $50 million, with each episode costing approximately $5 million. Similar to the previous seasons, Season 3 is anticipated to have ten episodes.

Valerie Weiss confirmed that filming began on February 15th in a post on Instagram on February 14th, 2022, with the caption: Valerie Weiss will be directing multiple episodes of Outer Banks season 3, including one that was shot over the course of one night in early August 2022.

Additionally, there have been numerous posts of the cast on location. Throughout the entire production, we’ll keep you updated with all the behind-the-scenes images that emerge. On February 28, Netflix itself made the official announcement that filming was still going on. The show had been in development for over a week at that point.

Where To Watch Outer Banks Season 3

Outer Banks is currently available on Netflix.

Outer Banks Season 3 Trailer

Outer Banks Season 3 has yet to be confirmed by Netflix, so don’t expect it any time soon.

For the time being, we can watch this Outer Banks Season 2  trailer video:

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Where are Outer Banks filmed?


How is John B’s dad alive?

Although fans (and John B) were led to believe his father was deceased, Big John is still alive. The twist is similar to one earlier in the season when Sarah discovers that her own father, Ward, pretended to die but is actually alive and well. However, in Big John’s case, the death was not staged.

What year are Outer Banks set?

The plot centers on a group of Pogue teenagers led by John B. (played by Chase Stokes). They become involved in the search for the sunken treasure of the Royal Merchant, a gold-laden ship that went missing in the Atlantic in 1929.

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