TVOuter Banks season 2: Pogues pay tribute to John B and Sarah in emotional teaser trailer June 9, 2021June 9, 2021 Share0 https://videos.metro.co.uk/video/met/2021/06/09/2740333158246598948/480x270_MP4_2740333158246598948.mp4 Outer Banks is coming back to our screens real soon after Netflix confirmed season 2 will premiere on July 30. In a new teaser trailer for the hit series, fans have been given a clear look at what the situation will be when we jump back into the wild world of the OBX crew. Set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the mystery drama followed a group of wild teenagers’ attempts to find out what happened to their leader John B’s (Chase Stokes) missing father and the legendary treasure he found. The intense finale of the first season saw John B and Sarah (Madelyn Cline) had set off for the Bahamas. The very place where Sarah’s father had sent the stolen $400 million (£322,000) in gold bullion. In the teaser, J.J., Kiara and Pope can be seen paying tribute to their friends as they attempt to come to terms with their ‘death’ at sea. Meanwhile, John B and Sarah are in over their heads in the Bahamas as they try to recover the gold. Oh, and is that a Kiara and Pope smooch that flashed up for a second. Hmmm… Speaking about what to expect in season two, Chase told Chicks in the Office podcast: ‘It’s been a crazy ride. This season is just a crazy story. I never thought we could heighten the chaos of the last season but somehow, someway we found a way to make it work.’ He continued: ‘It’s a super cool story and it’s got a lot of meaning to it. I’m actually really proud of this season, it’s my personal favorite of the two… from what I’ve seen. ‘Everything that we created last year has just rolled into this season so it’s been fun.’ Just weeks to go before we finally find out what happens next for our favorite teens. Outer Banks season two premieres on Netflix on July 30. Credit: Original article published here.You can read this post on My Celebrity Life. Share this:TweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading...Credit: Original article published here.