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It goes without saying that Netflix's recent slate of attention-grabbing shows kept us entertained during the year of lockdowns. Outer Banks, a brand-new smash blockbuster teen drama series, has to rank among the highlights. John B. is based in North Carolina. Chase Stokes is certain that his father's disappearance is not a coincidence. He and his companions, the 'Pogues,' discover that they aren't the only ones searching for the Royal Merchant's treasures as they continue to probe the depths of the ocean for the source of everything.

Here is a recap of the events of Season 1 of Outer Banks.

King's Merchant Hunt

King's Merchant Hunt

The protagonist John B is living alone at the beginning of the program, eluding child protective services. Big John, his father, inexplicably vanished while looking for treasure nine months ago. But when he discovers Big John's old compass, he and his companions JJ, Pope, and Kie learn a vital piece of information concerning his whereabouts.

John B finally realizes that the inscription 'Redfield' inside the compass is a reference to his great-grandmother Olivia. They manage to get into Olivia's crypt where they discover a tape of Big John ordering John B to finish what he started and a chart of the Royal Merchant wreck. After obtaining a water drone, they descend roughly 1,000 feet and find the Royal Merchant. However, as they look about the ship, they find no gold, indicating that it had already been taken at some point.

The Team Welcomes Sarah

The Team Welcomes Sarah

Here comes Sarah Cameron, dubbed the 'princess of the Kooks' and the offspring of Ward, John B's boss. She and John B., a former friend of Kie's, argue at first, but their friendship develops after he crashes in front of Sarah while evading child protective authorities and she helps him out.

When the two start to fall in love, John B makes a passionate love confession in the rain. At that time, they seem to have only known each other for a full day or two, but fine!

Denmark Tanny

Denmark Tanny

John B learns fresh information about the gold from a picture in Sarah's house: she resides on Tanneyhill, a plantation that was originally owned by a freedman by the name of Denmark Tanny. Denmark was on the Royal Merchant, according to John B, and if he acquired a plantation, he was most likely the lone shipwreck survivor who made off with the riches.

In order to read Denmark's diary, Sarah and John B slip off to the University of North Carolina, where they discover a letter the man penned to his son in the creole language of Gullah. They learn with the aid of a teacher that Denmark instructed his son to 'harvest the wheat by the water in parcel nine forthwith' on the day he was slain. John B soon understands that wheat is slang for British gold and that the location of the treasure on Tanneyhill is most likely package nine.

They Go to a House of an Ax Murderer

They Go to a House of an Ax Murderer

It turns out that the owner of parcel nine is a spooky old woman who is said to have murdered her husband with an ax. John B and his pals break into her basement, where they find a secret well.

They end up arguing loudly, as they normally do, and the woman wakes up and starts chasing them around with a shotgun. However, John B succeeds in rappelling down the well, and he discovers the gold in a covert tunnel. John B manages to flee with some of the loot as the woman chases them all away.

Ward Is Actually Evil

Ward Is Actually Evil

The two bad guys who were also looking for the Royal Merchant eventually find themselves dead in the water, and it turns out that Ward, Sarah's father, was the one who killed them. Even though he puts on the front of being a kind man, he is actually involved in most of the illegal activities on the island. Deputy Shoupe is only one of the police officers he has in his pocket.

The Royal Merchant was the one who betrayed and killed Big John, and Ward has been searching for him for years. When Ward overhears John B and Sarah discussing how they discovered the gold, he hires a private aircraft to transport it to his Bahamas residence.

Goodbye, Sheriff

Goodbye, Sheriff

John B is able to halt the jet, and Sheriff Peterkin, a nice cop, shows up to place Ward under arrest for Big John's death, which she had been looking into all along. Rafe, the vicious criminal and severe drug user who is Ward's son, shoots Peterkin to protect his father. Chaos erupts, and Ward chooses not to request assistance in favor of waiting for Peterkin to bleed to death. He then accuses John B. of killing her.

John B flees into a storm with JJ's boat after becoming a wanted man as a result. Ward begs John B to turn around when he sees Sarah is with him, but John B responds by saying through a walkie-talkie that Ward killed his father.

John B. and Sarah manage to live

John B. and Sarah manage to live

Sarah exclaims, 'I'd rather die than be without you,' as they travel into the storms, as they very nearly die out when their boat is sinking, but they amazingly survived and get saved by a traveling boat after using a gold nugget to reflect light.

They go to Nassau to find Ward's home — and the wealth — before he does. Meanwhile, the Pogues at home cry, thinking their friends are dead. Meanwhile, Rafe and Ward are still on the toilet.

What happened in Outerrbanks season 2?

What happened in Outerrbanks season 2?

Fans of 'Outer Banks' got a lot of answers in season 2; most importantly, Sarah and John B made it through their perilous adventure. To continue their treasure search, clear John B's name, and locate the Cross of Santo Domingo, the pair re-teams with the Pogues. The cross, a seven-foot gold and jewel-encrusted cross that according to mythology holds a mystical healing robe, was first seen in the second season. The cross is said to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, but the true treasure is locked away and only Pope's family, who are direct descendants of Denmark Tanney, have the key.

There were a lot of fresh faces on the show as well. After helping Sarah and John B escape from the Bahamas, Cleo (Carlacia Grant) joined The Pogues as their sixth tribe member. Carla Limbrey is another adversary of Ward's (Elizabeth Mitchell). Limbrey is dying from an unidentified ailment, so she is frantic to get her hands on the cross so she can acquire the healing garment.

What to expect in Outerbanks Season 3

What to expect in Outerbanks Season 3

Official synopsis for Outerbanks season 3:

“After losing the gold and fleeing the Outer Banks, Season 3 finds the Pogues washed ashore on a desert island that, for a brief moment, seems like an idyllic home. Officially deemed ‘Poguelandia,’ the island’s newest residents spend their days fishing, swimming, and revelling in the carefree lifestyle of their temporary dwelling. But things quickly go south for John B, Sarah, Kiara, Pope, JJ, and Cleo when they find themselves once again caught up in a race for the treasure, quite literally running for their lives.”

Looking forward for Outerbanks season 3? Catch it on its premiere this February!

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