Netflix still needs a way to clean all that cash, and no one is better at money laundering than Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman). So the pulpy crime drama Ozark has been renewed for a third season, the streaming service announced Wednesday.

The series stars Bateman as a crooked accountant who moves from Chicago to rural Missouri and gets actively involved with the seamy criminal underbelly of his new home while continuing to launder cartel money through local businesses, including a casino he's working to get operational. Laura Linney co-stars as his equally ruthless wife Wendy. Season 1 was the sleeper hit of summer 2017, and though Season 2 was not as warmly received when it premiered in August, it's still beloved by many, including LeBron James.

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No premiere date has been announced for Season 3, but it will consist of 10 episodes.

Ozark Seasons 1 and 2 are currently available to stream on Netflix.