What’s the next movie or series on your watching list this weekend? If you are not sure about it or if you are just totally blank, then we have a very good option for you “outer banks season”, as a treat you will also get to know about “Outer Banks Season 2”. So let’s jump in.
Outer Banks is a Netflix original action-adventure mystery adolescent drama television series developed by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate, and Shannon Burke that aired on April 15, 2020.
About Outer Banks Season 1
Outer Banks chronicles the social battle between the affluent Kooks and working-class Pogues in North Carolina's Outer Banks area. In the show's teaser, protagonist John B explains, “It's the kind of place where you either have two jobs or two residences.” “Two tribes on the same island.”
The show's centrepiece is a $400 million treasure search on a sinking ship. Of course, there are love triangles and murder plots to fulfil your lustful and vengeful desires along the road.
Along with the initial series announcement, it was revealed that Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Charles Esten, Austin North, and Drew Starkey had been cast as series regulars.
Caroline Arapoglou joined the cast as a recurring character on July 2, 2019. Elizabeth Mitchell was cast in a recurring role for the second season on October 22, 2020. Carlacia Grant joins the cast as a recurring character for the second season on April 15, 2021.
Jonas Pate, the show's co-creator, had hoped to film in Wilmington, North Carolina, but Netflix decided against it due to the state's House Bill 2 law. The first season's principal photography began on May 1, 2019, in Charleston, South Carolina.
About Outer Banks Season 2
Netflix announced season 2 on July 24, 2020, more than three months after the 10-episode drama's April 15, 2020, premiere date. So if you want to set your alarm clock for July 30, the second chapter will be released.
The season 2 teaser trailer was more than enough to get us excited for the summer's big drop, featuring vehicle chases, huge boats, and some genuinely breathtaking sunsets. Unfortunately, it didn't disclose too much—which we like!—but it did give us a flavour of the tone of the following chapter: With a bright, sensual edge, it's thrilling and spiteful. The whole video may be found here.
What is Critics Point?
“Some of those latter encounters crumble with the weight of their narrative connections,” said Steve Greene of IndieWire in a review, “but when Outer Banks adjusts its melodrama to its own sweet spot, there's enough excitement to keep a story-hungry audience following down the path.”
“The show is positively littered with characters and plot threads that feel like they might have been relevant or even important in a 13-episode season or a YA novel that offered more breathing room,” Daniel Fienberg wrote in a review for The Hollywood Reporter, describing the series as “pretty people, pretty cinematography, pretty dumb.”
So What are you waiting for? Mark your calendar for 30th July 2021. You can happily watch it on Netflix; this is why Netflix subscription has become a mandate in today’s time. We get almost all amazing series on this platform. Am I right?