Netflix Reveals First ‘Ozark’ Season 3 Trailer That Proves This Show Keeps Getting Better

Netflix Reveals First ‘Ozark’ Season 3 Trailer That Proves This Show Keeps Getting Better YouTube/Netflix

Update: Ozark Season 3 is now available to stream on Netflix, so get watching!

Considering the fact that Netflix puts out so much great content and your free time is likely limited, it only makes sense that some shows or movies would fly under the radar for way too long. If you haven’t gotten around to watching Ozark, the crime drama starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, you’re seriously missing out. Trust me, once you watch the first trailer for Ozark Season 3, you’re going to want to binge-watch the first two seasons right away.

  1. So what’s the deal with this show? If you’ve never watched Ozark before, you might be wondering what’s so special about it. While it’s pretty impossible to explain all of that in a few short sentences, know that what was originally about an account helping a drug lord launder money through his business has become one of the most insane, intense, and mind-blowingly brilliant TV shows out there. Trust me on this one—descriptions could never do it justice.
  2. Ozark Season 3 is really upping the ante. If you do watch the show and you thought Season 2 was intense, buckle up for the new batch of episodes. While we don’t get a real glimpse of everything that happens, why, or how, we do know that Marty’s casino is having more than a few issues and that it seems like Wendy is going rogue and showing her badass side a whole lot more this season. Oh, and Ruth (played by the incredible Julia Garner) is also on-hand to help sort out (and no doubt create) the trouble.
  3. All the other baddies are on hand as well. It looks like Ozark Season 3 is picking up right where last season left off, meaning that we’ll get more from Darlene Snell and Helen Pierce in addition to the new villains that are sure to be introduced this season. Ugh, I can’t wait!
  4. Sadly, we still have a few more weeks to wait. Netflix will unveil the new season of Ozark on March 27, so you still have a few weeks to catch up (or simply refresh your memory) on the first two seasons before it’s out.
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