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Friday, February 24, 2023

OBX: Deuxmoi confirms Outer Banks has been picked for season 4 and production starts end of May

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Deuxmoi confirms Outer Banks has been picked for season 4 and production starts end of May. 

Deuxmoi wrote: "Hi. For any OBX fans since S3. They just got picked up for S4. Production starts end of May 2023. They will be in South Carolina until the end of the year."
Outer Banks' third season can only be described as wild, capped off with a feature-length finale that is packed with drama.

The search for John B's father Big John finally comes to an end, as does the Pogues' hunt for El Dorado, the Venezuelan city of gold. Of course nothing runs smoothly and not everyone makes it out alive.

It feels unfair to jump straight to the conclusion without a little context because boy was there a lot going in that last episode. We couldn't possibly throw you in the deep end without a float. So here it goes.

John B (Chase Stokes) and co finally make it to the Orinoco basin thanks to Ward (Charles Esten) and his private jet, but don't think for a minute that means that John B has begun to trust him.

John lays out his plan of action out of Ward's earshot, including his intention to seek out a man called Jose in Tres Rocas before going to Solana, an archaeological site.

Despite his best efforts the untrustworthy Ward is in fact listening in on everything John is saying, which doesn't bode well.

Meanwhile Kie (Madison Bailey) and JJ (Rudy Pankow) also arrive in South America with the help of the drug smuggler Barracuda Mike. They, too, head to Tres Rocas and eventually catch up with the gang.

Sarah (Madelyn Cline) and John B have managed to help Big John escape from captivity but this has put them directly in Carlos Singh's firing line. Carlos sets his men on them to search the village for Big John.

With this new information to hand they find the tour guide Jose at the river. Unfortunately Ward also had the same idea of seeking out Jose and, with Singh's men close behind, they are forced to let him tag along so as not to waste time.

At El Tesoro Ward is too weak to join them in the hike and so suggests he waits behind to warn them of Singh's arrival.

Deep in the jungle John B and co. locate the Gnomon idol and, through the moonlight, Gnomon idol clicks into place revealing the rare clues. Clues which lead to riddles they must now solve.

Teamwork, however, is not their strong point as Big John doesn't trust his daughter-in-law Sarah, who also happens to be Ward's daughter. Big John doesn't share the answers but does help them find El Dorado.

“Getting the scripts for the season, just the action sequences I was like, ‘how are we going to do this? How are we pulling that off?” Drew Starkey who play Rafe, Sarah's (Cline) brother, told Yahoo Canada. “But we did it, it's really insane.”

“It's so high octane. It's like adrenaline rush the whole time. You feel it when you're reading the scripts. ... We get a new episode, we're all calling each other being like, ‘did you get to finish it? Did you read?' So our experience reading is hopefully the same for people watching it.”

Season 2 of Outer Banks left us with a chaotic boat heist after Sarah's father Ward (Charles Esten) kidnapped her, while everyone thought he was dead. The Pogues were hiding in a shipping container on the boat but were able to escape (with Sarah) to a remote island they called "Poguelandia." But Ward isn't the only seemingly dead person who returned to the story. At the end of Season 2, we also discover that John B's (Stokes) long-lost father is actually alive and in Barbados.

Season 3 picks up right where we left off, on Poguelandia, along with now honorary Pogue Cleo (Carlacia Grant), after she travelled with them from the boat at the end of Season 2.

“It was really exciting to see Cleo come through the ranks,” Carlacia Grant said. “I was really excited to see this Caribbean bad gal and her just coming to the States, and learning how to deal with all these variables.”

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