Is Ward Cameron actually dead in Season 2 of Outer Banks?
Season 2 of OUTER BANKS is now available on Netflix, and fans have already binge-watched the new episodes. Is Ward Cameron actually no longer alive?
Season two of Outer Banks is now available on Netflix, and the 10-episode season is still among the top ten most-watched shows. Ward Cameron (Charles Esten) was attempting to conceal his family’s role in the death of Sheriff Peterkin (Adina Porter). Ward chooses to end his life rather than confess halfway through the new season, but did he actually die?
Season two of Outer Banks picks up right where the first season left off, with Rafe Cameron (Drew Starkey) shooting Sheriff Peterkin.
Ward attempted to pin the murder on John B (Chase Stokes), turning him and his girlfriend Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline) become wanted criminals.
Season two saw John B and Sarah flee the Bahamas and return to the United States, where they reunited with old friends.
However, until Deputy Shoupe (Cullen Moss) uncovered the truth, John B was imprisoned and detained in prison on suspicion of murder.
Shoupe had tracked the murder weapon back to Ward, therefore John B was released from prison.
Ward’s home was searched with a warrant, and his family was kept under constant observation.
However, his wife Rose (Caroline Arapoglou) assisted him in escaping, and he felt he was free.
When Shoupe and his squad caught up with him as he was ready to flee on his boat, his luck ran out.
He gave an emotional statement in front of his daughter Sarah, acknowledging what he had done.
While everyone was expecting him to be captured by authorities, a massive explosion occurred on board his boat.
As it appeared that her father had blown himself up as a way out, Sarah broke down in sobs.
Her family is seen watching a video that Ward recorded before he died in the next episode.
He expressed regret for what had occurred, but stated that things had to be this way in order to keep his family safe.
Some followers believe Ward truly gave up his life to escape going to jail, while others are skeptical.
Ward, it turned out, had staged his own death and planned to hide for a while with his wife Rose.
Rose received a cryptic letter in the mail near the end of the season, probably from Ward, confirming his whereabouts.
She then made plans for. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”