Netflix is planning to spend more time in the Ozarks.
The streaming service has renewed the Jason Bateman-Laura Linney crime drama Ozark for a second season, our sister site Variety is reporting. Bateman stars as a financial planner who moves his wife (Linney) and family to the sleepy Missouri mountains after a money laundering scheme gone bad makes him a target for a Mexican drug cartel.
Ozark‘s ten-episode freshman season debuted on Netflix last month, with Bateman directing four Season 1 episodes and serving as executive producer. Season 2 will also consist of ten episodes, and is expected to debut sometime next year.
Netflix also renewed 1980s wrestling comedy GLOW for a second season last week, but not all of the streaming service’s freshman series have been so lucky: The Naomi Watts psychological drama Gypsy was recently cancelled after one season, along with the Britt Robertson comedy Girlboss.
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