Netflix Viewers Are Loving Teen Drama Outer Banks Following Season Two Premiere
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Netflix viewers are loving teen drama Outer Banks, which according to the streaming service is currently the fourth most popular TV show in the UK on the site following the season two premiere. You can watch the trailer for the second season below:
The programme follows a group of down-on-their-luck teens hunting for long-lost treasure in North Carolina, US.
The American action-teen-adventure was created by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate and Shannon Burke.
Season one dropped on Netflix last year and the second season premiered on 30 July 2021.
Fans have taken to social media the showcase their excitement, while appearing to be a tiny bit obsessed with show.
One user wrote: "I've watched season 2, 4 times. And keep watching until the third one arrives!"
A second user added: "I ain't going to sleep till like 7am... started watching Outer Banks and could not sleep."
Whilst a third user said: "Outer Banks is some fire, Netflix has a hit."
After completing two successful seasons, fans are waiting for Netflix to confirm a third series with bated breath.
Well, in terms of looking at the most hyped upcoming Netflix series, it's hard to look past Cobra Kai, with the new trailer having dropped earlier this month. You can watch it below:
The spin-off series of the classic 80s movie Karate Kid has been a hit since it first came into our lives a few years ago.
Well, there's not too long to wait for more action, with the fourth instalment due in December, a new teaser trailer has revealed.
Earlier this year, Netflix revealed that Terry Silver would be returning for the new season.
Fans were left theorising at the time about Silver's return, as the season finale of Cobra Kai's third series saw flashbacks that revealed John Kreese had saved Silver's life when they were both prisoners of war in Vietnam.
Later in the final episode, we also saw Kreese calling an old friend - mysteriously looking at a photo of Silver and their old army friends while doing so.
Filming wrapped on the new series back in May, with the exciting news being confirmed by stars William Zabka and Martin Kove.
Zabka wrote: "After 3 1/2 months of production, I'm proud to say [Cobra Kai season four] is officially wrapped!"