In an exciting and thriller atmosphere, this series follows Martin 'Marty' Byrde, a financial advisor who had a work with a drugs dealer. One day, he found that the work with this dealer went wrong and they had some conflicts. So, Martin decided to take his family away. The story continues in the second season with Ruth's dad gets out of jail and the Mexican cartel demands reparations from the Snells.
A definite page-turner (we'll have to come up with a boxset equivalent term for this, I refuse to use "binge" any longer) and one that goes to some incredibly dark places you might have thought impossible for two characters named Marty and Wendy.
The second season of Ozark left me feeling exhausted and without any compensating payoffs. Though the show that I like is still a piece of the Ozark tapestry, the process of wading through the swamp to get there no longer feels worth the effort.