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Since it aired in April last year, fans have waited patiently for a sequel to the bingeworthy first season, after news of a second was announced in April last year.
The show centres on 17-year-old John B (played by Chase Stokes) who lives on the titular Outer Banks, an island chain in North Carolina - and his group of friends, the Pogues.
John B enlists the help of his pals JJ (Rudy Pankow), Kiara (Madison Bailey) and Pope (Jonathan Daviss) to help him search for a legendary multi-million-dollar treasure that he reckons is linked to his dad's disappearance.
Outer Banks has been renewed for Season 2! pic.twitter.com/01Irbq79Xi
- Netflix (@netflix) July 24, 2020
An official synopsis reads: "Outer Banks is a coming of age story that follows a tight-knit group of local teens (the Pogues) in the beach vacation destination of the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
"When a hurricane kills the power for the summer season, it sets off a chain of illicit events that force the friends to make life-altering decisions.
"The search for their ringleader's missing father, forbidden romances, a high-stakes treasure hunt, and the escalating conflict between the Pogues and their rivals turn their summer into one filled with mystery and adventure they'll never forget."
If you suspect you'll make your way through the second season in a matter of days, here's some more good news - the creator of Outer Banks says he already has plans for season four and five of the hit show.
Jonas Pate officially got the green light for a second series of the teen drama back in May 2020, but he is already looking well into the future.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the 50-year-old revealed that he and his team had always planned for a long-running series and that ideas had been percolating for some time.
He told the publication: "Ever since we started, we always viewed it as something that was probably like a four-season, maybe five-season show, but definitely four seasons.
"We've sort of long-arced it out pretty far. I'm just hoping that we get a chance to actually tell those stories."
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