UNDERRATED Julia Garner in “Ozark”: Already a black-hearted sleeper of a series on the strength of stars Laura Linney and a typically dry Jason Bateman (who also directs), this relative newcomer on Netflix gets a boost by this actress, who plays a local up to no good as she works alongside Bateman’s...
Hopefully your life could use a whole lot more Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, because their twisted Netflix drama, Ozark, has been renewed for a 10-episode second season. As fans of the slow-burning first season are aware, Bateman and...Show More Summary
The Jason Bateman/Laura Linney drama/thriller will return for a second season. [ more › ]
Marty Byrde’s struggle will continue. Today Netflix renewed the Jason Bateman drama OZARK for a second season, with 10 new episodes to premiere at a later date. This money-centric present day story revolves around financial planner Marty (Bateman) and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) and their family’s sudden relocation from the suburbs of Chicago to a […]
Despite some middling reviews, people have apparently been streaming the new Netflix original series Ozark enough to convince the service to renew the show for a second season. That’s according to Variety, but since Netflix never releases...Show More Summary
The Jason Bateman and Laura Linney drama will return for another round of 10 episodes. read more
That was fast. The Jason Bateman dramatic crime series Ozark just premiered on Netflix on July 21, but the streaming service has announced they are already renewing the show for a second season. Below, here’s what we know about Ozark season 2. Show More Summary
Ozark, a crime drama that somehow always has a dark-blue tint in its lenses, has been renewed for a second season on Netflix. The series stars a very serious Jason Bateman as a Chicago financier with a hidden penchant for laundering money to Mexican drug lords, who must suddenly relocate ... More »
Netflix has renewed Ozark, the Jason Bateman led series that follows financial planner/money launderer Marty Byrde and his family as they try to recoup $2 million in missing money before… consequences. Netflix renews OZARK for a second season Netflix has renewed the original series Ozark for Season 2, with 10 new episodes. Show More Summary
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After luring TV hitmaker Shonda Rhimes from ABC, Netflix continues to have a very productive week. The streaming service has renewed Jason Bateman's Ozark for a 10-episode Season 2, Deadline reports. In addition to directing and executive producing, the Arrested Development alum also stars as a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Ozark Jason Bateman Laura Linney
Less than a month after its release, new Netflix crime drama series Ozark, starring, directed and executive produced by Jason Bateman, has been renewed for a 10-episode second season. Created/executive produced by Bill Dubuque andShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Judy Greer is set to co-star in the indie thriller Driven, joining Jason Sudeikis, Lee Pace and Timothy Olyphant. Nick Hamm is directing from a script by Colin Bateman, with filming to start September in Puerto Rico. The pic follows Jim Hoffman (Sudeikis), a con artist-turned-informer for the FBI in the war on drugs. Show More Summary
Arrested Development Season 5 begins shooting on August 8th!
Right now, there are two very different sides of Jason Bateman on the Netflix homepage. The stark contrast between Bateman’s face on the Arrested Development and Ozark options under Netflix Originals amuses me every time, but it’s also a reminder of the actor’s range. Show More Summary
Annyong, to all my Arrested Development fans. If you're like me, you will be thrilled to learn that the Bluths are almost back. Jason Bateman, who will be reprising his role as the constantly unappreciated Michael Bluth, tweeted outShow More Summary
The Bluth family is back! Jason Bateman took to Twitter on Sunday (July 30) to share the first photo from the upcoming season of Arrested Development. “Here comes trouble. The Bluths move back in on the 8th,” Jason captioned the below photo of the Bluth living room getting set up for production to begin. Back [...]
Don’t set yourself on fire just yet: Arrested Development’s fifth season is finally on its way. Jason Bateman tweeted a heads up to series fans on Sunday, announcing that the show will re-enter production on August 8. “Here comes trouble,” the actor announced, along with a shot of Lucille Bluth’s ... More »
Fans of Arrested Development will be happy to hear that the fifth season of the cult comedy is well on its way to Netflix. Actor Jason Bateman took to Twitter to let fans know that the upcoming season is officially happening by tweeting a photo of a very familiar-looking living room with the caption, “Here comes trouble. Show More Summary
The two actors are giving Brad Pitt and Frank Ocean a run for best bromance