Jason Bateman übernimmt Hauptrolle und Regie der Serie. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Ozark. Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) beschäftigt sich. Pressebilder zur Netflix-Serie OZARK Verwendung nur im Zusammenhang mit der Berichterstattung zur Serie! Detailansicht öffnen. Marty (J. Serienzeit Die Netflix-Serie "Ozark" hat Suchtpotenzial. Martin "Marty" Byrde (Jason Bateman) muss zusehen, wie sein Geschäftspartner von der.
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Marty arbeitet im Geheimen als Geldwäscher für den zweitmächtigsten Drogenboss Mexikos. Als es zwischen den beiden zu einem Konflikt kommt, wechselt er aus Angst seinen Standort. Sein Drogenboss stellt neue Forderungen, denen er nachkommen soll. Ozark ist eine US-amerikanische Kriminal-Dramaserie von Netflix. Entstanden ist die Serie nach Ideen von Bill Dubuque und Mark Williams. Die zehnteilige. Ozark. 3 StaffelnUS-Serien. Ein Finanzberater zieht mit seiner Familie aus Chicago in die Ozarks in Missouri. Im Kampf gegen einen Drogenbaron muss. Ozark: Finanzberater Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) arbeitet nebenbei heimlich als Alle 10 Episoden gesehen: Solide Serie um einen Finanzexperten, der. Jason Bateman übernimmt Hauptrolle und Regie der Serie. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Ozark. Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) beschäftigt sich. In der Netflix-Serie „Ozark“ sieht sich Finanzberater Marty Byrde (Jason Titel der Serie bereits verrät spielt die Dramaserie am Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Aber bleiben wir der Einfachheit halber doch lieber bei «Ozark», dieser krisenhaftesten Filmerzählung, seit es die neuen Serien gibt. Für die.
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Critics Consensus: Ozark finally finds its footing in a third season that ramps up the tension and shines a brighter spotlight on Laura Linney's exceptional performance.
Ozark: Season 2. Critics Consensus: Engaging and entertaining -- if not particularly challenging -- Ozark 's descent into darker waters is kept afloat by another superb turn from Laura Linney.
Ozark: Season 1. Critics Consensus: Ozark hasn't yet reached the same level as the classic crime dramas to which it will inevitably be compared, but its satisfyingly complex plot - and a gripping performance from Jason Bateman - suggest greater potential.
Laura Linney Wendy Byrde. Sofia Hublitz Charlotte. Skylar Gaertner Jonah Byrde. Julia Garner Ruth. Lisa Emery Darlene Snell.
Janet McTeer Helen Pierce. Tom Pelphrey Ben Davis. Charlie Tahan Wyatt Langmore. Jessica Frances Dukes Maya Miller. Jason Bateman. Chris Mundy.
Bill Dubuque. Mark Williams. John Shiban. View All Ozark News. Go back. More trailers. The A Word. Ruth suspects Russ intends to kill Marty. Realizing she will be blamed, she acts first, killing Russ and Boyd with the same method she had earlier tried on Marty.
Mason's conscience renders him unable to preach on the lake. He arrives home to find the Snells retaliated; Grace is gone, but he discovers a newborn.
Marty decides it is not safe if his family stays. Garcia, the cartel operative, prevents them from leaving. Jonah sneaks out to retrieve his rifle.
When he attempts to shoot Garcia, he finds Buddy unloaded it. Buddy holds Garcia at gunpoint as Wendy and the children depart, then shoots him.
After a brief encounter with Del, she drives away with the cash. Del tortures Marty to find out where Garcia is. Marty explains a plan for the cartel to distribute Snell heroin while the Snells allow a casino on their property to launder cartel money.
Del is intrigued and intends to explain away Garcia's death if there is a deal. Del and the Snells agree, but Darlene kills Del when he replies to her racist insults with one of his own.
Wendy and the children decide to stay and face the risks with Marty rather than flee without him. Darlene and Ash cremate Del's body on the Snell farm.
Marty and Jacob send Ash to Chicago with Del's car and credit cards to establish Del's presence there, enabling them to claim he was not in the Ozarks.
Marty discusses with State Senator Brock Mercer the possibility of introducing legislation to allow casino construction.
Mercer tells Marty to go to "the lake house". Marty and Wendy learn this is the home of businessman and political donor Charles Wilkes. They meet with Wilkes and try to persuade him to back the legislation.
Helen shows the Byrdes video of Ash using Del's credit card in Chicago. She will overlook Del's death and Garcia's in exchange for "reparations" from the Snells but does not tell Marty what will be satisfactory.
At Darlene's insistence, the Snells refuse to offer money, but Jacob understands a life must be paid, so he kills Ash to save Darlene.
Marty and Wendy hide the truth from Charlotte and Jonah but acknowledge to each other that Ash's death satisfied the Navarros, meaning the casino project is still alive.
David Manson. The Kansas City Mafia sends Senator Mercer an unsubtle message, causing state senate support for the casino bill to waver.
Marty capitalizes on Buddy's prior relationship with Mafia associate Frank Cosgrove to reach agreement that the casino will be unionized , which keeps the project viable.
Wendy attends a prayer breakfast to woo faltering senators and resorts to blackmail. Wilkes makes a play for Wendy as the price for obtaining the vote of the last senate holdout, but Wendy rebuffs him.
Wendy sees Mason preaching on the streets of Jefferson City, baby Zeke at his side. Rachel's drug-and-drinking binge causes her to wreck her car, leading Roy to turn her into an informant against Marty and send her back to the Blue Cat.
Cade is paroled and rebuffs the job Ruth persuaded Marty to offer. Marty gives Ruth more responsibilities, including entrusting her with the cash to pay for acquiring and moving the riverboat that will house the casino.
Darlene looks for someone to love and nurture in Ash's place and asks Jacob if they can adopt a baby. Cade robs a diner to show Ruth that he has not changed and demands her help in locating Marty's money.
The casino bill passes, but Senator Blake commits suicide. The Byrde businesses are closed by state inspectors at Roy's instigation, while the Byrdes wonder who ordered it.
Wilkes wants a large casino-adjacent development in exchange for his aid, but the Snells won't sell more land. The Snells, Marty, and Jonah go hunting to discuss it, and Jonah kills a deer.
The Snells torch Wilkes' boat as a warning to stop pressuring them. Wendy talks Blake's widow out of suing Wilkes for wrongful death by promising a charity in Blake's name.
Rachel attempts to obtain evidence against Marty, and Roy uses stolen drugs to keep her in line.
Ruth creates a problem at the boat repair shop where Cade works, which persuades the owner to sell and gives Marty a new business for laundering.
Charlotte spends time with Wyatt, who continues pondering the deaths of Russ and Boyd. The Byrdes have dinner at the Snell house to celebrate their rapprochement, including venison from Jonah's deer.
Wyatt's suspicion that Marty killed Russ and Boyd is heightened by Charlotte's admission that the Byrdes were at the scene. Roy pressures Rachel for useful information, including pretending to be a Blue Cat bar customer.
Rachel has bathroom sex with a bar pickup and calls him Marty to irritate Roy, who is monitoring her transmitter. To deflect Marty's suspicion from her, Rachel suggests the man from the Blue Cat Roy might be a police officer.
An infuriated Roy threatens her with a violent end if she does not produce evidence. The Byrdes' planned bribe of a state gaming official ends when Wendy correctly suspects a trap.
Wendy tries to provide money to Mason, who angrily refuses. Marty pays scant attention to Ruth while handling other problems, so she confides in Rachel, who uses the relationship to gather evidence for Roy.
He obtains a search warrant for the Byrde home, where he identifies himself to Marty and Wendy for the first time. Sam runs Lickety Splitz in name only because, as a felon, Ruth cannot be associated with Marty during state scrutiny of the casino application.
Buddy's health declines, and he is hospitalized but recovers after returning home. Roy also informs him that Ruth tried to kill him by wiring the dock the same way she did when she killed her uncles.
Roy makes Ruth look like an informant, and Helen asks the Byrdes whether she can be trusted. Marty hesitates before saying yes, then races to the Langmores to warn Ruth.
Ruth admits she tried to kill Marty, but says she will not try again because circumstances have changed, so he vouches for her, but Helen's associates subject Ruth to waterboarding interrogation.
Ruth does not crack, and Helen tells Marty she is impressed with Ruth's toughness. Marty reminds Wendy that she cheated on him, and Charlotte overhears and informs Jonah.
Charlotte and Jonah discuss using what is left of the money they took to buy a van and run away. Helen tells the Snells to burn their poppies so Roy will not find any evidence, but Darlene resists.
Wendy brings Darlene adoption information, which is a ploy to enable Buddy to gain access to the Snell farm and burn the field.
Buddy dies in Wendy's car as they leave the Snell farm, and the Byrdes arrange an elaborate funeral. Jonah uses Buddy's Rolodex to contact his friends, and the large crowd at the service includes Frank and his Kansas City associates.
Roy leads a raid on the Snell farm, and Jacob says the burned field was an intentional controlled fire. Roy scoffs, but is ecstatic to find buried bones.
Marty and the Snells disinter several Snell ancestors and use their remains to replace the bones the FBI found, throwing off the test results and enabling Jacob to claim authorities desecrated his family's ancient burial places.
Roy interrogates Wilkes, who offers to inform on Marty in exchange for Wendy's protection, but she refuses to leave Marty. Ruth agrees to help her father with his illegal activities, deciding that working with Marty will not produce the long term benefits she hoped for.
Marty promises Rachel that after the casino is approved, he will return the Blue Cat to her. She kisses Marty to prevent him from revealing more, then reveals she is wearing a wire.
Marty wants to keep Rachel working at the Blue Cat and use her to feed Roy misinformation. Wendy is suspicious of both Rachel and Marty's relationship with her.
The police take Zeke into state custody, prompting Mason to kidnap Wendy and hold her in the basement of his home while demanding Marty's aid in getting Zeke back.
The owner is unexpectedly home, forcing them to flee empty-handed. Ruth tells Cade she believes Marty's cartel money may be hidden at the funeral home and agrees to help him steal it.
Marty and Wilkes succeed in retrieving Zeke from state custody. Marty brings him to Mason but ends up killing Mason during a confrontation afterwards.
Marty and Wendy clean up the basement of Mason's house and cremate his body at the funeral home, then take Zeke home as a supposed foster child.
The Byrdes use the baby to help present a likable family image during a news interview arranged by a public relations representative trying to create positive coverage of the casino project.
With Roy no longer giving Rachel drugs, she buys heroin and overdoses. The heroin distributed by the Navarros is laced with Fentanyl , and numerous ODs are traced to the Snells; Darlene spiked it as revenge for the cartel's insistence on burning the poppy field.
The Navarros ambush the Snells. Ruth and Cade break into the funeral home, but find no cash. Wyatt is expelled for aiding Jonah during a school fight, but Marty gets it rescinded, keeping alive Wyatt's chances for admission to the University of Missouri.
Charlotte steals an expensive book for Wyatt, which he refuses, explaining the disparity in punishment if a Langmore is blamed instead of someone like her.
Wendy uses the laundering network Jonah created to donate to Wilkes's charity. When Wendy informs him he accepted cartel money, he realizes he is blackmailed into continuing to support the casino project.
Marty learns Roy's mother is an addict and has a Navarro associate supply her with drugs. Roy returns home to care for her, enabling Marty to send Rachel to Miami for addiction treatment.
After buying a van and living in it to stay away from home, Charlotte informs her parents of her desire for emancipation.
Charlotte hires an attorney for her emancipation case. Jacob and Darlene survive the ambush, though Jacob is wounded.
Marty and Helen inform Jacob that riparian rights and eminent domain enable the government to seize land for the casino if the Snells will not sell.
Jacob acquiesces, and decides to kill Darlene to keep the peace. As he moves to stab her on their morning walk, he suddenly collapses.
Darlene tells him she guessed his plan and poisoned his coffee, and they pledge their love to each other before he dies. Wilkes arranges for the Byrdes to meet the gaming commissioners and the chairman requests a non-union site in exchange for his support, to which Marty agrees, despite knowing it will anger Frank.
The casino is approved, and Marty arranges an exit for his family that includes fleeing to Australia and leaving cartel business in Ruth's hands, to which Ruth agrees.
Cade and Wyatt rob Lickety Splitz, and Ruth does not identify them to the sheriff, but does try to recover and return the money.
Wyatt is accepted to college; he is not sure about going, but Ruth is determined to send him to keep him from a life of crime. Amanda Marsalis.
Roy returns to finish pending business before his Chicago transfer. He goes fishing and is confronted by Cade, who kills Roy and sinks his body.
Darlene wants Zeke, and shaves Jonah's head as a warning, forcing the Byrdes to hand Zeke over. Knowing he was recognized while hiding Roy's car, Cade plans to flee before he is arrested.
He tries blackmailing Ruth for money by threatening to tell Wyatt she killed Russ and Boyd. Instead, Ruth tells Wyatt, who drives away in anger.
He takes it and drives away, but the payoff is a ruse and Nelson kills him in an ambush. At the casino's opening ceremony, Helen tells the Byrdes she is returning to Chicago.
Wendy tells Marty the family is not fleeing to the Gold Coast because it is safer to stay. Frank blows up Marty's office as a warning to solve the union versus non-union labor issue.
The Navarros are involved in a cartel war in Mexico. Jonah makes money as a gold farmer. Charlotte insists Marty and Wendy attend couples therapy, but Marty secretly pays the therapist for sham sessions.
Wendy suggests the Navarro cartel expand into legitimate businesses, but Marty thinks the plan is too risky. The cartel waterboards Helen to determine if her ex-husband Gene knows anything incriminating about her.
Helen insists he does not, so she is released. Wyatt breaks into vacant homes to live and refuses the cash Ruth provides. Darlene overhears, posts Wyatt's bail, and employs him on her farm.
Charlotte gives Jonah a drone , which he plans to use to improve security at the Byrde home. Marty devises a new money laundering method to evade FBI scrutiny.
Wendy and Helen meet Navarro in Chicago and he approves Wendy's expansion plan. Ruth throws Frank Cosgrove Jr. Wendy vandalizes the Byrde family's old home.
Wendy's brother Ben is teaching when students begin sharing a digital photo, so he throws their phones into a woodchipper, then fights with its operator.
Marty and Ruth apologize to Frank Sr. Helen and her daughter Erin move to the Ozarks for the summer, but Gene insists their son Seth stay with him.
Joseph, but Marty secretly talks Carl into declining. Ben arrives for an extended visit. Marty pays Frank Sr. Navarro calls Wendy to ask whether his maid's accident was a bad omen and is appreciative when she calms him.
Darlene talks to dead Jacob about how angry she was after seeing Wendy, and Wyatt admits he sometimes talks to his dead father.
Ruth and Wendy rig the Big Muddy's slot machines for constant payouts, so the Knarlsons sell. Helen has Gene beaten. Wendy dreams of killing Marty.
The Knarlsons refuse to sell their hotel. Marty and Ruth's plan to launder at the Big Muddy casino ends because Wendy closes it for renovations. Frank Sr.
Helen tells Marty that Navarro does not want the Big Muddy used for laundering. Wendy tells Carl he should obtain Anita's agreement to sell by any means necessary.
Helen asks Ruth if she could run the Missouri Belle without Marty. Ruth says yes and then tells Marty about the conversation. Carl and Anita argue and she falls to her death.
Marty works out a laundering arrangement with REO Speedwagon when they play at the casino. Wendy provokes Darlene into striking her, giving Wendy cause for a custody hearing for Zeke.
Trevor identifies Tommy as one of the casino arsonists and obtains his cooperation. Marty uses monitoring software when Wendy calls Navarro to report buying the hotel.
Navarro tells her their connection is compromised. Marty tells Maya he accepts. Cartel operatives seize Marty and thwart Ruth and Ben's pursuit.
Marty is brought to Navarro's home in Mexico. Ben tells Wendy that Marty was taken. Wendy tells Ben the truth about who they work for. Ben tells Charlotte and Jonah the truth about where Marty is.
Helen learns from Mendoza that Navarro is testing them to see if they can launder without Marty. While being sleep-deprived in a cell, Marty has childhood flashbacks to his father's hospital room death.
Navarro asks Marty why he spies on Wendy. Marty admits he fears her. Navarro says he admires Wendy because she is clear about her objective — "she wants it all.
Charlotte admits to Helen that she knows about her parents' criminal activities. Helen cautions her not to tell Erin.
Ruth discovers that one of their accounts is frozen for suspicious activity. Marty shows Navarro how to regain control of it. In response to Navarro's repeated question of "What do you want?
He also wants to be thanked for his superior expertise in laundering Navarro's cash. A cartel car returns Marty to the Byrde family home.
Wendy explains Ruth's laundering team " smurfing " to Marty. As part of phasing it out, Wendy asks Sam to intentionally lose a large sum at the casino and be repaid in cash.
Ruth tells Frank Jr. Navarro instructs Wendy and Marty to buy a Kentucky horse farm. Erin insists on seeing Tommy, the Cosgrove employee who helped set the casino fire.
He recognizes Helen's name and snoops in the Byrde house. Cosgrove's employees make a drop of Navarro cash to Ruth, lock her in the truck, and take her for a bruising ride.
Wyatt lies at the custody hearing, so Darlene keeps Zeke. Wendy obtains information on Maya showing her as incorruptible, but Marty sees an opening.
Darlene and Wyatt begin a sexual relationship. Darlene restarts her heroin business. Wendy asks the therapist, Sue, to help maneuver Marty into agreeing with Wendy.
Ben covers Frank Jr. Helen gives Marty client information he uses to bait Maya. Navarro operatives at the horse farm geld the prize stud belonging to Navarro's enemy Lagunas.
Marty pretends to cooperate with Maya. Marty and Wendy reveal details of their illegal activities during a heated therapy session.
Marty moves out. Darlene tells Helen she is restarting her heroin business. Erin insists on seeing Tommy, and a party at an isolated cove ends with Jonah, Charlotte, and Erin being arrested.
Helen and Wendy argue over responsibility for Erin's activities. Tommy reports to Trevor on his efforts to obtain evidence against the Byrdes. Ruth and Ben spend a night together and Ben's inability to perform causes him to stop taking his bipolar disorder medication.
Wendy plans to start a charitable foundation. Darlene and Wyatt attempt to hire Three to oversee Darlene's poppies. Three tells Ruth about Darlene and Wyatt's living arrangement.
Wyatt tells Ruth he will not end it. Marty is being surveilled and the Byrdes spend the night in their dining room so Navarro operatives can stand guard.
Ben and Jonah use Jonah's drone to watch Ruth during the next Cosgrove cash drop. The occupants shoot Frank Jr.
Trevor and Maya interview Ruth, who denies knowledge of the truck fire and killings. Marty tells Frank Sr. Trevor and Maya accuse Marty of arranging it because he knew Tommy was an informant, which Marty denies.
Frank Jr. Wendy persuades Navarro that the Byrdes' plan to expand his business into legitimate ventures remains viable. After Maya questions Sam about his losses, Sam calls Marty, who promises to keep him out of trouble.
Erin refuses her mother's request to return to Chicago. Recognizing he is politically ambitious, Wendy gives Andrew Wade the information on Helen's client that Maya refused to accept.
Helen is concerned about Sue's knowledge of the Byrdes and has Nelson kill her and remove the Byrdes' files from her records. Ruth tells Marty and Wendy she wants Frank Jr.
Wyatt visits Ruth at home and blames the Byrdes for all the Langmores' troubles. Sue is not home and Marty realizes she has been killed.
Erin, Charlotte, and Jonah perform community service. Helen confirms to Wendy that Sue is dead and says she is tired of cleaning up after the Byrdes.
Marty gives Maya information on another financial fraud, but Maya refuses to accept. Clay criticizes Maya's refusal and orders her back to Washington, DC when her warrant to investigate the Byrdes expires.
Ben drives Ruth's truck past trucking company guards to get to Frank Jr. Afterwards, Ben gets drunk at a bar and attacks another customer.
Ben confronts Marty and Wendy at the launch party for the charity, punches Marty, and gets committed to the state mental hospital. Ruth visits Ben, who tells her he realized Wendy had Cade killed.
Helen tells Navarro that Wendy and Marty are liabilities, and Navarro tells her to do what she thinks best. Darlene persuades Nix to get Ben released in exchange for Nix's deputies not being included in Darlene's drug business.
Ben goes to Helen's house, where he confronts Helen and Erin. In a taxi following his confrontation with Helen and Erin, Ben engages in an extended, incoherent monologue.
Marty goes to Ruth's and asks why she worked for Ben's release. Ben arrives and admits he went to Helen's house. Ruth hides Ben at Darlene's.
Erin confronts Charlotte and Jonah and they admit Ben is right. Erin tells Helen she knows the truth about Helen's work and returns to Chicago. Recognizing they are vulnerable because Ben exposed Helen to Erin, Marty and Wendy plot to show Navarro they are more valuable to him than Helen.
Ben leaves Darlene's so he can pledge his love to Ruth. Nelson follows him into the casino, so Marty takes Ben out a side exit.