Netflix Ozark Season 3 had a major unexpected spoiler! Jason Bateman will return as protagonist?? Checkout details!!

Ozark, the web television series of America, is back with its third season after successfully releasing two seasons.

Ozark Season 3:Release Date and Cast

Ozark is a crime thriller series created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams. It was originally released by Netflix on July 21, 2017. Each season of the series contains ten episodes, so the third season of it also contains ten episodes. Netflix has announced on 8th January 2020 on Twitter the official release date of the third season. It will be released on March 27th, 2020. A renewal of the series was confirmed in October 2018, and filming was wrapped in October 2019.

Jason Bateman, as Martin Byrde and Laura Linney as Wendy Byrde, will return as the protagonist of the third season. Other cast includes Sofia Hublitz as Charlotte Bryde, Skylar Gaetnar as Jonah Byrde, Julia Garner as Ruth Langmore, Jordana Spiro as Rachel Garrison, Lisa Emery as Darlene Snell and Janet McTeer as Helen Pierce. New cast Tom Pelphrey as Ben Davis and Jessica Francis Dukes as Maya Miller are included in the third season. It is yet to be seen if the more new cast will appear or not.

Spoilers of Ozark Season 3

The third season will start six months forward from where the second season ended. As promising the series was in previous seasons, the third season will also consist of more suspense, drama, and crime and will be more darker. It can be seen that Ruth Langmore tries everything to get closer to the Byrde family, with Marty falling more in the dark.

Chris Mundy states that” Ruth is more and more self-confident, but she’s grateful to Marty for being the first person to believe in her and giver her responsibilities. Going into season three, we see her very much wanting to be a member of the Byrde family. However, as she gets deeper and deeper into the enterprise, she starts to wonder if being a Bryde is the best thing to be. Marty is on a slippery slope, but he’s not all the way down yet.”