So many fans have been waiting for the moment that Outer Banks season 3 is on Netflix and ready to binge. Fans can be excited as that time is just around the corner. Not only can we look forward to Outer Banks being on Netflix February 23rd, but we also finally got another look at what we can expect for the series, including the season 3 poster and a new trailer. Today we are going to take a look at everything new that’s coming to the Pogues.
Outer Banks’ Season 3
The Outer Banks Pogues have been through a lot just in the past two seasons, and we know season 3 won’t be any different. The last time we saw them was at the end of season 2 when they found Poguelandia. So far, we can expect to them enjoying themselves on the island in the beginning of the third season; however, it seems that won’t last for very long before they begin searching for gold once again and running for their lives-which is typical Pogue business.
Just yesterday, February 1st, Netflix shared the poster for the latest season of the series, which, as expected, is breathtaking. Not only does it hint at a possible romance between JJ and Kiara, but also between Pope and Cleo. Not only does the poster give us the expected summer vibes, but it also shows us a little more intenseness not only with the faces of the characters but with the quote written in the middle of the poster…”nothing to lose.”
When Netflix posted this for season 3, they also shared with everyone that a new trailer for Outer Banks would be dropping and that it did! Thursday, Netflix shared the full trailer for the new season, while reminding us that all 10 episodes will be available to stream on Thursday, February 23rd. The trailer is only two minutes, and you can watch it here. Below is the summery for the next season.
“They’re broke and far from home, they can’t trust anyone, Ward and Rafe are hungry for revenge, and there’s a ruthless Caribbean don who will stop at nothing to find the bounty,” it reads. “Was the treasure ever within their reach? Or was it all a trap to stop them once and for all? Either way, it’s the Pogues against the world — and the only way out is together.”