The only thing unsatisfying about Season 3 of Ozark is watching it 18 months after watching Season 2. The writing, directing, acting, design---everything about this show is so tight, it's like a book you hate to put down.
It's my kind of story. A family flees Chicago after dad (Jason Bateman) fails to deliver on a deal for a Mexican drug cartel. His best shot at saving himself and his family is setting up a money-laundering operation fronted by a casino in the the Ozark mountains of Missouri.
By Season 3, it's not only dad trying to get out of a tight spot, Mom (Laura Linney) and both kids are involved and looking beyond surviving to making a big score. Things do not go well. In fact, things go badly in increasingly complicated ways.
The makers of the show have a five-season plot planned. If you haven't started watching Ozark, enjoy the first three seasons back to back. You might be tempted to wait until the series is complete, but it's too good to postpone.