Outer Banks Season 2 Ending: Everything you should know!
Outer Banks is an American action-adventure mystery teen drama television series created by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate and Shannon Burke that premiered on April 15, 2020, via streaming on Netflix. In July 2020, the series was renewed for a second season, which premiered. on 30 July 2021.
Outer Banks Season 2 Ending Explained: What happens with Sarah and her Dad?
When Rose medicates Sarah and takes her to a coastal venture, our former cook Princess is not too happy to be reunited with her living and kicking father. The Cameroonian family books it for a private island with Santo Domingo’s cross in tow.
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In a final brawl, during which Ward attempts to kill his daughter, John B knocks Ward down and he hits his head on a blunt side of the ship. It’s shocking how Ward killed John B’s father, but that injury doesn’t kill Ward.”
In the first season we shot different endings, because we weren’t 100 percent sure, and this season as well. We had a few options which we ended up not using,” Josh Pate continued.
“Sometimes you don’t know until you put it together and it’s definitely part of our process, trial and error.” Just as Ward is about to put Sarah to death, John B punches her.
Ward then falls backward and hits his head on the steel side of the ship. John B throws Ward overboard to die, as Ward did with John B’s father, but he ultimately decides against it.
In later episodes, we learn that Ward is stable and recovering from his fall. He comes back to life but doesn’t care that he has the gold and the cross… His main concern is Sarah.
Burke also added at some point during the development of the second season that he believed Big John would appear again with Limbre. Teen romance and teen soaps are a big part of the show.
We wanted to explore Kee-Pope’s relationship but apparently, we know how fans feel about JJ and Kee. We wanted to tease it for the third season.
We didn’t want to do it right away, but we definitely want to do it just because it surprised us, like the audience reaction to JJ and Kiara, and the crux of that romance.
So we were immediately open to it because it looks like the Pogues barely get off the cargo ship, and Cameron has the gold and the cross. This gives Ward… a lot of victories to count.
Meanwhile, Pog washes up on an apparently abandoned island where they are happy to live a little life on the beach. Eventually, they must find their way home.
Outer Banks Season 2 Review: Great Show!
Episode 1 totally sets the tone for things to come. It’s not the best episode of the series, but it’s really interesting and entertaining. The ending is strong and more audience members will jump straight into episode 2 and it happened to me too.
Season two begins immediately, where the season one finale, The Phantom, drops things off. John Bee and Sarah are enjoying life on the cargo ship, but Sarah’s father, Ward (Charles Aston), is still framing the Pog leader for the murder of Sheriff Peterkin (Adina Porter).
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Gold is still on trend this season and the loving couple is still on the run, but another great treasure hunt awaits them.
Halfway through the season, the Pogues stumble upon another victim, this time for a $500 million dollar treasure belonging to the Pope’s former slave ancestor. The second episode is undoubtedly the best.
It has everything that is needed for a good show. Nice writing, engaging visuals and a strong ending. Also, it was exciting to see Sara getting shot because it was so repetitive to see John and Sarah getting away from everything.
Despite the somewhat outrageous situations in which these characters find themselves, the cast once again manages to make it feel real as they deliver powerful and gripping performances with ease.
Of course, Crisis of Romance manages to find a way to take some space between the more action-packed plot points. While the real-life duo Stokes and Kline continue to burn on screen together, viewers will be a little surprised to see how Pope and Key relate to season one.