Netflix Australia review Outer Banks, the new teen murder drama.

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The teenagers on the outer banks are divided into two separate social cohorts, according to their parent’s wealth, in the classic battle of the teen ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ popularised by Veronica Mars and The OC (although not as cleverly executed here).

Our merry band of heroes, apart from Kiara whose parents own a restaurant, are part of the Pogues, the scrappy, blue-collar kids on the island whose parents are either unemployed or work the most menial of jobs.

On the flip side of the coin, there are the Kooks, the kids of the wealthy whose parents own sprawling homes and sleek yachts and who are easily identifiable thanks to their preppy clothing.

The action kicks off when, following a hurricane that leaves a path of destruction in its wake and the island without power, John B, Pope, J.J and Kiara discover a series of clues and a compass that leads them on a dangerous…

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