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– by Campbell Clark

Ozark was one of those shows I remember clicking on when browsing Netflix and I got absolutely hooked. At that time I wasn’t aware the show had only just appeared on the streaming service and such when I was raving about it to friends they had never heard of it. In fact, I bleated on so much about it, that in my friends Whatsapp group the name Ozark has become a meme for when someone posts news that has already been posted by others.

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After watching it,  many of my friends (apart from one who didn’t care for it) all loved it, so to say I am excited to see what Season 2 brings is an understatement. We already knew that Season 2 had been green-lit by Netflix and it was moving ahead with the production. Now we have official confirmation of the release date along with the small teaser trailer above. Ozark Season 2 will arrive on Netflix on August 31 and like most Netflix shows, you will be able to binge the whole season in one sitting if you so desire.

If you have never heard of Ozark, the story follows financial genius Marty Byrde who launders money for the drug cartels. After a partner is caught embezzling money, Marty offers to launder vast sums quickly to save his own life and that of his family. Suddenly Marty and his estranged family are packing up and moving to the Ozark’s where they encounter a strange family of locals, preachers, and rival drug gangs. And following along is an FBI agent obsessed with bringing down Marty Byrde. Ozark stars Jason Bateman in what I think is his best role yet as Marty Byrde.

I can’t wait to see what the writers have in store for us in Season 2. I implore you if you have Netflix and have not watched Season 1 yet, go do it right now, it’s really well written.

As always share any thoughts you have about the new trailer in the comments below and please let me know if you are also a fan of this show?

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SOURCE: Netflix