Outer Banks: Netflix releases trailer for second season
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Netflix’s action-packed series follows a group of teenagers as they set out on an adventure to find some legendary treasure, however the journey wasn’t smooth sailing at all. Ward Cameron star Charles Esten has dropped a huge clue, which could reunite two enemies for a long-awaited war in season three of Outer Banks.
After the death of his father Big John Routledge (played by Charles Halford), John B Routledge (Chase Stokes) decided to round up his friends and find the missing treasure that his father had died trying to retrieve.
The death had taken place nine months before the pilot episode and was at the hand of Ward Cameron (Charles Esten) who was after the treasures.
Making his appearance in a series of flashbacks, Big John ensured to carve Redfield on a compass which was also an heirloom, so his son could continue what he started.
However, Ward did all he could to get close to John B so he could get his hands on the legendary treasures.
As John B was an only child raised by his father, DCS tried to put the teenager in foster care so Ward decided to adopt him under false pretences.
On the surface, he appeared to have a genuine kindness and interest in keeping him local but in reality, he was a manipulative murderer who only kept the teenager close for information about his adventure.
Ward was also responsible for sending John B to jail for murder, when Sheriff Peterkin (Adina Porter) attempted to interrogate him about Big John’s death, Ward’s son Rafe Cameron (Drew Starkey) shot her dead.
John B witnessed the brutal murder and, in an attempt to save his son, Ward framed him, which resulted in him going on the run, then eventually getting caught and sentenced to death.
Ward had also made an enemy in Carla Limbrey (Elizabeth Mitchell) who had a deep connection to the Royal Merchant, Denmark Tenney and the gold.
She was introduced in season two when John B’s friend Pope (Jonathan Daviss) was summoned to her home as a distant relative of Denmark Tenny and unknowingly had a piece of treasure in his lineage.
Like John B, she was also searching for the Royal Merchant treasure and had initially teamed up with Ward.
The two had history after she funded his first development project but things turned sour between the two after Ward crossed her.
In the shocking season two finale, viewers were transported to Barbados where Carla entered someone’s home.
The jaw-dropping moment happened when Big John made a shocking appearance on screen looking well and surprisingly alive.
After causing problems throughout the series with Big John, Carla and John B, Ward had been raking up a list of enemies.
In a recent interview with TV Line, Ward star Charles Esten dropped a huge clue about his characters’ fate in season three.
When asked if his character Ward was aware he had an enemy in Carla and thought of her as a potential threat, he responded: “I do think he wrote her off, I don’t think he thinks of her as such.
“The arrogance of the fact that it’s been a hard-fought war, but he keeps sort of coming out on top, he keeps making these mistakes.”
He added: “At a certain point, you know, he might forget that there’s other sharks out there.”
Outer Banks has yet to be renewed for an upcoming season but hopefully fans will get to see the explosive reunion and finally witness Ward answer for his crimes.
All episodes of Outer Banks are available to stream on Netflix.
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