What does the Byrde family have in the future? That’s the query about every fan of Ozark before the start of the Netflix season three.
For two seasons Marty and Wendy got their hands even dirtier than before–and the downhill slide is going to continue for a couple of years if director and star Jason Bateman have anything to do with it.
When Will Ozark Season 3 Release?
On Twitter, Jason Bateman announced that the series is to return for a 10-episode third year, scheduled to begin later in 2019. “I’m happy for me, but Marty is worried,” he said, “it is OZARK 3 on its way officially.”
I’m happy for me, but concerned for Marty – it’s official OZARK 3 is on its way.
I'm happy for me, but concerned for Marty – it's official OZARK 3 is on its way. pic.twitter.com/xeGXZxfrjB
— Jason Bateman (@batemanjason) October 10, 2018
Production is set to begin in May 2019, which means that this year may be a little later (season one premiered in June, and season 2, in August 2018).
Who Will Be The Cast Of Ozark Season 3?
Netflix has also revealed that up-and-coming Madison Thompson (NCIS: New Orleans) is joining the cast this year, as Erin, the teenage heads of Helen (Janet McTeer) is “who is pulled to the Ozarks for a mother’s relationship which ends where none expects, ” as reported.
This year, a couple of Marvel TV stars who have recently been made redundant by Netflix are joining the show. Tom Pelphrey and Jessica Frances Dukes, respectively from Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, will be part of the cast as regular series.
In recurring roles, Joseph Sikora and Felix Solis are also included, while Janet McTeer, who plays Helen Pierce, and Lisa Emery (Darlene Snell) are also bumped into regular series. Of course, the whole Byrde family, including Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, are expected to return.