To no one’s surprise, Netflix has announced that it will renew the Jason Bateman led drama, Ozark, for a third season. The series first two seasons earned critical and commercial acclaim. Earning Emmy nominations in numerous categories, Bateman set a high standard for himself and the rest of the cast with a strong opening season. Released on August 31st, the second season is off and running with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 70%. Reviewers have been fairly lukewarm about the second, but there hasn’t been to much negative feedback about the sophomore season. Nevertheless, Bateman and company will have another crack at pleasing the fans in a brand new season in the near future.
There is little known about what the third season will hold for fans, but we do know that it will consist of ten episodes. The main cast of Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and others will likely be back for the new season. Showrunner Chris Mundy will also return along the star studded cast. The third season has yet to begin production, but it will likely be back sometime next year at this time. Stay tuned for more developments as they emerge from the third season’s development, production and plot.