Season 3 of Outer Banks is now available to watch on Netflix, and fans have been waiting for this day for a long time. John B. (Chase Stokes), Sarah (Madelyn Cline), J. J. (Rudy Pankow), Kiara (Madison Bailey), Pope (Jonathan Daviss), and now Cleo (Claire Foy) are all available for the honorary Pogues to meet up with (Carlacia Grant).
Season 2 ended with many unanswered questions for viewers, and now that Season 3 has arrived, those questions can finally be answered. Start watching Outer Banks Season 3 if you’re serious about finding out what happens (and who dies!).
At the close of the previous season, the Pogues (including Cleo—now a Pogue, perhaps?) were hiding out in a lifeboat, having evaded Ward Cameron (Charles Esten) and his completely off-the-rails son Rafe (Drew Starkey). They were able to successfully abscond without taking the prized cross.
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Who Dies In ‘Outer Banks’ Season 3?
In Season 3, many important characters perish, including at least two major ones. The third season ends with the deaths of Portis, Tommy Sowell, Carlos Singh, Ryan, and three of Carlos Singh’s smugglers. These fictitious deaths pale in comparison to the real ones of Ward (Charles Esten) and Big John (Tim Roth) (John Routledge).
Sure enough, we meet Big John, and then he dies right away. Finally, Ward. Even while many people are happy to see him gone, it’s worth noting that despite his horrible reputation, Ward dies in a dignified manner.
How Does Ward Die In Outer Banks Season 3?
Fans have seen Ward nearly die multiple times throughout Season 3 (and Seasons 1 and 2) of the show. Most notably, he pretended to die in a massive boat explosion in Season 2, only for it to be shown that he had been acting the whole time.
There is still hope for Ward in Season 3, however, it won’t last forever. Ward gives his life for his daughter Sarah in the Season 3 finale. Ryan, an underling of Carlos Singh’s, tracks the Pogues down to South America and forces them into a corner while brandishing a weapon.
But, Ward unexpectedly intervenes and jumps on Ryan to protect his daughter. While he does take a bullet for the team, he is able to stop Ryan in his tracks. As they struggle, the two lose their footing and tumble off the edge of the cliff, both of them perishing.
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How Does Big John Die In Outer Banks Season 3?
Big John, John B’s father, dies this season as well, despite John B’s beliefs to the contrary. When the group is leaving South America, Big John is shot by Carlos Singh, who is hot on their heels. Big John seems like he might survive at first (he keeps going and even defends the gold), but his wounds worsen and he bleeds to death.
Does JJ die In Outer Banks Season 3?
“What the heck” All of Season 3’s Pogues and viewers would be devastated if JJ were to die. The question of whether or not JJ survives remains the most pressing of the season. We are spared the tragedy of JJ’s death in Season 3. Still, there are a few scenarios in which he very well could have. In particular, Episode 5 has kept viewers on the edge of their seats.
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