Netflix series Ozark will return for a second season, the service has confirmed.
The streaming giant, which produces and airs the series, confirmed that it would be back next year with 10 more episodes.
The renewing is the latest of a number of recent announcements from Netflix, with the service also announcing a new season of GLOW and cancelling psychodrama Gypsy.
Ozark stars Jason Bateman (Arrested Development) as a financial advisor who launders money for a Mexican drug cartel and must break into a new market in order to appease the heads of the gang.
Ozark has been described in similar terms to Breaking Bad, with its mix of stylish crime drama and stellar performances.
The first season ended on a cliffhanger, with fans hoping that a second season would be happening.
Whilst some thought that the series would not make a return due to mixed receptions from critics, the show has been renewed.
Netflix has not been afraid to make a number of bold decisions recently, with the popular sci-fi thriller Sense8 being axed and the controversial 13 Reasons Why being renewed despite a lukewarm reception.
You can catch the first season of Ozark on Netflix right now.
Source: Screen Rant