Outer banks TV series
The Outer Banks is an American action-adventure mystery teen drama streaming television series created by Josh Peet, Jonas Peet, and Shannon Burke that premiered on Netflix on April 15, 2020. In December 2021 , the series was renewed for a third season which premiered on February 23, 2023. In February 2023, prior to the premiere of the third season, the series was renewed for a fourth season. It The series is set in a community in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and follows the conflict between two groups of youth in the community.
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- Teen drama
- Action Adventure
- Josh Pete
- Jones Pete
- Shannon Burke
- Chase Stokes
- Madeleine Cline
- Madison Bailey.
- Jonathan Davis
- Rudy Panko
- Austin North
- Drew Starkey
- Carlisia Grant
- Music by
- Phil Eisler
- country of birth
- United States
- Original language
- The number of seasons
- Number of episodes
- Executive producers
- Josh Pete
- Jones Pete
- Shannon Burke
- Aaron Miller
- Sunny Hodge
- Carol Sanders Peterman
- JB Smith
- Gonzalo Amat
- Itai Ne’eman
- The editors
- Sunny Hodge
- Crystal Orator
- Jeffrey M. Werner
- Kyle Bond
- Scott Wallace
- Black Manichaeus
- John Peter Bernardo
- Darren Navarro
- Shaheed Qasim
- Tim Quackenbush
- Aaron D. Campbell
- running time
- 42–79 minutes
- Production companies
- Rock fish
- Red Canoe Productions
- The original network
- Image format
- 4K (16:9 UHDTV in HDR)
- Audio format
- Dolby Digital
- Original release
- 15 April 2020 –
The Outer Banks is set in a coastal town along the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where there is a stark social divide between wealthy seasonal residents and working-class locals (nicknamed “Kooks” and “Pogues” respectively). The show follows a group of Pogue teenagers who live in The Cut, and are determined to find out what happened to the missing father of the group’s leader, John B. Along the way, they discover a legendary treasure that is connected to John B’s father. 
Chasing the law and a wealthy group of kooks from the Figure Eight, the Pogs try to overcome obstacles such as love, fighting, friendship and money.
Cast and Characters
Chase Stokes as John B. Rutledge,  the ringleader of the Pogues, Sarah Cameron’s love interest and later her boyfriend.
Madeline Cline as Sarah Cameron,  Ward Cameron’s daughter, John B’s love interest, and later his girlfriend. She has been called the Princess of the Cooks by many, however, her rebellious side often rejects the Cook life and mixes her up with the Pogues.
Madison Bailey as Kiara “Kay” Carrera,  the daughter of a successful restaurant owner who hangs out with the Pogues. She is technically a kook because she comes from a rich family and lives in a figure eight, but she is rejected by the Pogues because of her association with them.
Jonathan Davies as Pope Hayward,  the brains of the Pogues
Rudy Panko as JJ Maybank,  John B’s carefree, loyal best friend since the third grade who is abused by his father.
Austin North as Topper,  Sarah’s ex-boyfriend and fellow cook who despises the Pogues.
Charles Easton as Ward Cameron,  the father of Sarah, Wheezy and Rafe, a wealthy business owner who lives on a wealthy section of the Outer Banks known as the “Figure Eight”.
Drew Starkey as Rafe Cameron,  Wheezy and Sarah’s older brother who is addicted to drugs and has anger issues.
Carlisia Grant as Cleo (season 3;  recurring season 2),  a crewman on Captain Terrance’s cargo ship from Nassau who befriends Sarah and John B., and later becomes a member of the group. Is.
Adina Porter as Sheriff Peterkin (season 1), the local sheriff of Kildare County
Colin Moss as Deputy Shoup, a sketchy cop who tries to redeem himself by taking down Ward.
Julia Antonelli as Whizzy Cameron, Sarah and Rafi’s younger sister who often helps Sarah.
Caroline Arapoglou as Rose, the Cameron siblings’ stepmother and Ward’s wife
E. Roger Mitchell as Hayward, Pope’s father and local businessman
CC Castillo as Lana Grubbs (season 1), the widow of a man named Scooter Grubbs who was killed during Hurricane Agatha.
Chely Ramos as Deputy Plumb (seasons 1–2), a police officer who works alongside Sheriff Peterkin and Deputy Shoup.
Brian Steph as Cruise (Season 1)
Devon Smith as Kelis, Rafi’s friend and fellow coke
Nicholas Cirillo as Barry, Rafi’s drug dealer and owner of a pawn shop
Charles Halford as Big John, John B.’s deadbeat father
Gary Weeks as Luke (seasons 1–2), JJ’s abusive drug addict and alcoholic father
Samantha Soule as Anna Carrera, Kay’s mother who worries about Kay’s involvement with the Pogues.
Adam Donahue as Agent Brecher (seasons 1–2) who investigates the murder.
Terence Rosemore as Captain Terence (seasons 1–2), the captain of a cargo ship bound for Nassau, Bahamas that takes John B. and Sarah when their boat capsizes.
Elizabeth Mitchell as Carla Lumbri (season 2–present),Ward’s former partner in the search for the Royal Merchant.
Jesse C. Boyd as Renfeld (season 2), Lumbury’s younger half-brother who helps him.
On May 3, 2019, it was announced that Netflix had given a series order to production for a first season of ten episodes. The series was created by Josh Peet, Jonas Peet, and Shannon Burke and exOne was prepared. On July 24, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a second season. On December 7, 2021, Netflix renewed the series for a third season. On February 18, 2023, before the third season premiered, Netflix renewed the series for a fourth season.
Along with the initial series announcement, it was reported that Chase Stokes, Madeleine Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Davis, Rudy Panko, Charles Easton, Austin North, and Drew Starkey were cast in the lead roles. 2 On July 2019, Caroline Arapoglou joined the cast in a recurring role. On October 22, 2020, Elizabeth Mitchell was cast in a recurring role for the second season. April 15, 2021 , Carlisia Grant joined the cast in a recurring capacity for the second season. Upon renewal for the third season, Grant was promoted to a series regular. On June 23, 2022, Andy McQueen, Fiona Palomo, and Lou Ferrigno Jr. were cast in undisclosed capacities for the third season. On July 5, 2022, Stokes’ stand-in double, Alexander “AJ” Jennings, Charleston , was killed in a hit-and-run accident near South Carolina.
Co-creator Jonas Peet envisioned filming in Wilmington, North Carolina, but Netflix chose not to film the show there due to the state’s House Bill 2 legislation. Principal photography for the first season 1 began in May 2019 in Charleston, South Carolina. Filming for the second season began on August 31, 2020 and concluded on April 2, 2021. Filming for the third season began Started on 15 February 2022.
The first season of Outer Banks premiered on April 15, 2020.  The second season was released on July 30, 2021.  The third season premiered on February 23, 2023.
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