Outer Banks season 3 parents guide: Is it safe to watch with your kids?

Outer Banks. (L to R) Madelyn Cline as Sarah Cameron, Carlacia Grant as Cleo, Jonathan Daviss as Pope in episode 302 of Outer Banks. Cr. Jackson Lee Davis/Netflix © 2023
Outer Banks. (L to R) Madelyn Cline as Sarah Cameron, Carlacia Grant as Cleo, Jonathan Daviss as Pope in episode 302 of Outer Banks. Cr. Jackson Lee Davis/Netflix © 2023 /

Outer Banks season 3 is finally here! The highly anticipated third season arrives on Netflix on Feb. 23, and everyone can hardly contain their excitement. This season, the stakes are higher and the drama intensifies with the Pogues on yet another dangerous treasure hunt. The Pogues thought the sunken treasure from seasons 1 and 2 would forever change their lives once they found it. But the legendary treasure they search for in season 3 is the real deal, and they’re not the only ones after it…

Outer Banks season 3 picks up where the second season left off with the Pogues stranded on a deserted island that they officially deem Poguelandia. However, the Pogues seem to be adjusting to the island life just fine as they spend their days fishing, swimming, and making the best out of their situation.

But things take a turn for the worse when they find themselves involved with a cold-blooded Caribbean Don named Carlos Singh, who believes they can help him find El Dorado, the lost city of gold. To make matters worse for the close friend group, Ward and Rafe are still hungry for revenge. So will our favorite Pogues find the legendary treasure and actually get to keep it this time, or will this be another treasure hunt gone wrong? Find out by watching Outer Banks season 3 on Netflix.

But before you start your binge session, we must share the parents guide and age rating so you’ll know if you can watch it with kids around.

Outer Banks season 3 parents guide and age rating

As expected, Outer Banks season 3 is rated TV-MA. This means the third season is intended to be watched by mature audiences only. This age rating shouldn’t surprise you if you’re an OBX fan because previous seasons were also rated TV-MA. It was given this age rating for strong language and intense violence.

In a show centering around a treasure hunt, violence is definitely expected. In fact, we’ve seen tons of violence in previous seasons. As we mentioned earlier, the Pogues aren’t the only ones after the treasure in season 3, and Carlos Singh will stop at nothing to get his hands on the bounty. So you can expect some tension and several run-ins between the Pogues and Carlos Singh. Then, the Pogues also have to deal with Ward and an unhinged Rafe. There’s bound to be some tension that will ultimately end with someone getting hurt when they reunite this season.

Will anybody die in Outer Banks season 3? We don’t know, but our guess is that at least one person will die, and we don’t think it will be a fake death either. Remember, the stakes are higher this season and the Pogues are dealing with a ruthless killer this time around. So you can probably expect to see at least one character’s murder. Hopefully, it’s not one of our beloved Pogues!

There will also be some kissing between characters, but you don’t have to worry about things getting too graphic. Lastly, you can expect to see alcohol consumption and drug use by some of the characters. Overall, the third season may be inappropriate for kids under the age of 17. However, kids ages 17 and up should be okay watching the show.

Outer Banks season 3 trailer

Take a look at the thrilling trailer for a sneak peek of what’s to come this season!

Outer Banks season 3 lands on Netflix on Feb. 23. Will you be watching the new season?

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