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‘Outer Banks’ Season 3: Everything We Know

By Lauren Puckett-Pope and Hilary Weaver for ELLE

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What will season 3 be about?

Netflix hasn’t announced any official plot details yet, but it’s safe to assume the third season will continue the treasure hunt of the first and second. That $400 million in gold is still nestled in the Bahamas, and now there’s a bejeweled cross in the mix as well! 

Ward Cameron, Sarah's villainous father, is injured but alive, having officially passed the baton to his increasingly erratic son, Rafe, who no doubt will be gunning for revenge against John B and his crew. 

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Charles Esten ready for Birchmere return, talks holidays, 'Outer Banks' and more

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — We were so excited to have one of our all-time favorite guests back in studio after a long wait in the pandemic. Hometown actor and musician Charles Esten is finally back in town and back on tour for his annual show at the Birchmere. You can catch him this Sunday in Alexandria, but first he caught us up on the holidays, his hit Netflix series "Outer Banks," and his plans for 2022.

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NOSTALGIC NIGHT FOR NASHVILLE NATIVE DEANA CARTER HEADLINING THE RYMAN AUDITORIUM

Last Thursday was filled with nostalgia for Nashville native and CMA award-winner Deana Carter when she headlined the famed Ryman Auditorium for the first time. She performed an intimate 90-minute set for the sold-out crowd, with special guests Charles Esten and Breland, as well as friends and collaborators Terri Clark, Kylie Morgan and Brandon Heath. The show was a celebration for the release of the 25th Anniversary Edition of her 5X platinum debut album Did I Shave My Legs for This?


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BRAD PAISLEY, DARIUS RUCKER, CHARLES ESTEN, JAMIE O’NEAL AND MORE ROCK KIMBERLY WILLIAMS PAISLEY’S DANCE PARTY TO END ALZ

By Debra Evans Price


Event Raises nearly $300,000 for Alzheimer's Association

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Charles Esten hosting concert at Brooklyn Bowl to raise money for cancer research

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A beloved Nashville comedian, musician and actor continues to use his fame for philanthropy, and it’s adding up big time. 

Charles “Chip” Esten tells me, “God uses people sometimes to answer prayers.” He’s raised $1.5 million for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society in just under a decade while living in the Nashville area.

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