Ozark season 3 to have exciting cast changes and additions


Some fun cast changes are coming for the third season of Netflix’s Ozark.

Ozark is the type of show that I binge-watch and immediately regret because it means waiting for an unknown amount of time until new episodes. This is pretty much how I felt at the end of season two, and any time news regarding the next season comes up, I can’t contain my excitement.

There was some exciting Ozark news released this week, as reported by Deadline regarding the cast for season three. Some of you may remember Tom Pelphrey from Marvel’s Iron Fist or Jessica Frances Dukes from Marvel’s Jessica Jones who will both be series regulars for season three. In addition, placed in recurring roles are Joseph Sikora of Power and Felix Solis of Ten Days in the Valley.

Being promoted to series regulars are Lisa Emery and Janet McTeer who play Darlene Shell and Helen Pierce, respectively. Thinking about the character of Darlene gives me goosebumps because she is one frightening woman! Wouldn’t you agree?

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Set to play the character of Ben Davis, Pelphrey will be taking on the role of Wendy’s (Laura Linney) brother who will be a less than welcome presence. I mean, he sort of was on Iron Fist too, so he knows how to play this kind of role really well.

It looks Marty (Jason Bateman) will have a lot to deal with when it comes to Dukes’ character, Maya Miller, who is an FBI agent and forensic accountant. She’s going to make it her sole mission to take down Marty whatever way she can–well, as long as it’s legal, anyway.

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Sikora will be playing the role of Frank Cosgrove Jr., the son of the Kansas City mob boss while Solis is playing the leader of a Mexican cartel who will cause quite the controversy after meeting the Byrdes. Basically, all these new Ozark cast additions and promotions are going to make for one hell of a third season and based on the descriptions we have already, it may just be the best season we’ve had of Ozark yet.

(Source: Deadline)