The last episode of “Outer Banks”, how can we forget it? John B. and Sarah, on a boat loaned to them by JJ, try to escape a storm. John B. is wrongly charged with the murder of Sherif Pekinkin. Sarah and he decide they want to run away. However, in the middle of a chase in a raging ocean, their boat sinks. Although the directors were not able to leave us on this stage filled with suspense, we know that they were saved by a fishing boat headed for the Bahamas. However, the residents of the bay think they are dead.
The Netflix trailer shows that a funeral will take place in their honor, but their friends will hopefully soon discover that they are still living. Jonas Plate (showrunner) said that while season 2 will feature a segment in the Bahamas, it will be quickly filmed on the Outer Banks, which is their spiritual home. “
John B.’s Family Could Reappear
Jonas Plate confirmed that the entire gang will attend the second season. JJ Pope, Kiara, and Pope were among the others. However, he also mentioned that new antagonists would be joining the series. John B., Sarah, and Sarah will, among other things, have to escape the police. They will also need to deal with a treasure hunter who wants to take the loot. A second hypothesis, however, is that John B.’s uncle and mother will return to him.
His father died while he continued his search, but the latter’s younger brother is still alive. Social services tried to contact him, but he didn’t answer. However, he would be domiciled in Mississippi. John B. was just three years old when his mother left their family home.
Another possibility is that John B.’s mother might have been born in the Bahamas, and John B. may have met his lovers there. We know the Outer Banks have had a connection with the Cameron property island. His uncle and his mom may also be interested in the treasure.
Will they be able to help John B. in his search? You’ll find out when you visit us on July 30! Fans can rest assured that the realist had envisioned a scenario with at least four seasons for “Outer Banks”. This series has a bright future.