The Netflix series was mocked for its major mistakes

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The Netflix series was mocked for its major mistakes
The Netflix series was mocked for its major mistakes (Provided by Financial World)

The continuation of the series "Outer Banks" has finally made its way onto Netflix after a long wait. The new series is completely engrossing the fans, but many viewers have expressed their disappointment with several of the editing mistakes that were made in the recent episodes of the third season of the show.

Fans couldn't help but notice that Kiara wore a different look than usual while they chased the van and got into it, and that she looked a little different when they got into the van. This means that you can see the stunt double of her in the mentioned scene, which was not cut at the end of the movie.

There have been many fans who commented on the clips, asking why stuntmen were used for the scene, wondering if it really was Madison Bailey in the clip, while one fan said, "I cannot stop watching this, I swear it was her.".".

The clip has been primarily shared on TikTok, and many users have commented on why stuntmen were used for the scene.

Another mistake

There is also another shot with a fairly obvious editing error, and this time it's not her, but her co-star Rudy Pankow, who is the subject of the editing error.

The new clip from Season 3 shows JJ and Kiara riding a bike that JJ owns, but when you take a closer look, you will notice that Rudy isn't the one riding it; another stuntman has been used to do it. There was another recording, but it was from the first season of the series, which became a major hit on TikTok due to numerous errors.

A strange sound that resembles chewing can be heard when the crab bites JJ at the moment when he is attacked by it. A number of fans of the show "Outer Banks" felt that the footage was hilarious, and posted in the comments that it reminded them of a scene from the cartoon series Scooby-Doo.

It will be interesting to see how the creators of this series react and if they will be much more careful next time.