Netflix’s Cerebral Crime Drama
Ozark, an American cerebral crime drama, created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Wiliams for Netflix and produced by Media Rights Capital.
However, Jason Bateman, the lead character, acting as a financial planner. Who relocates his Chicago-based family to a small Missouri community of Osage Beach after a money-laundering scheme goes wrong. There, he sets up an even larger scheme to appease a Mexican cartel, leading his entire family into a more chaotic life of crimes.
This series had proven to be the binge-worthy hit for the streaming platform. The series has been awarded numerous awards including Golden Globes, Emmys, and the Screen Actor Guild. Critically speaking, season 2 was a bone fide success.
The end we had witnessed
The biggest twist from the last season, however, showed Wendy getting knee-deep in her dangerous agreement with the drug cartel’s ruthless lawyer Helen Pierce (Janet McTeer). The Brydes originally planned to escape to Australia, but Wendy decided to stay and work with Pierce and her bosses.
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Will the Ozark return with Season 3 this year?
There has been no casting announcement for ‘Ozark season 3’ so far. But Ozark’s fate was up in the air until last October when Bateman tweeted that the show would return for a third season. Netflix hasn’t officially announced any release date yet, but production typically takes 6 months, which indicates the series may be delayed until 2020. Fans may expect the season 3 in November later this year.
Why is it delayed?
Ozark Season 3 premiere delayed as Jason Bateman takes some time off from work. He had reportedly revealed that he is taking a few months off from work to spend some quality family time with his growing daughters. At that time, he had just wrapped up filming the season 2, without known to season 3.
Although, Bateman said, however, that he’s away from his family for at least six months when working on the series. So, given the timeline of production, ‘Ozark season 3’ might get a late 2019 release on the streaming platform.