Ozark is arriving on Netflix tonight across the world but because of those pesky time zones, the time of day you’ll be able to start streaming will differ. Here’s a look around the world at when you’ll be streaming the second season depending on where you live.
For those not aware, the Netflix Original drama series Ozark stars Jason Bateman who is mostly known for his comedy role in the now Netflix Original, Arrested Development. This moody show involves our lead star having to move his family away in order to launder countless amount of money. The first season was a massive success so naturally got a second season very quickly. As it’s been known for some time, season 2 is landing on the tailend of August on August 31st.
The second season looks to continue the epic atmosphere and characters established in season 1. The walls are seemingly closing in.
As always, the big Netflix Originals always drop on Fridays and Ozark season 2 is no exception. Although Netflix has never really stated why it releases titles on Friday, it’s no doubt because it allows you ample time to finish over the weekend when most typically aren’t working. In addition, you’ll have even more time to finish Ozark if you’re in the United States this weekend as you’ll be celebrating labour day.
OK, let’s move onto what time you’ll be streaming the new series. The series is released at a fixed time in the United States based on Netflix’s head office time which is located in California. As always, once the clock strikes midnight in California, it’ll land on Netflix.
Here’s a region based table on when Ozark season 2 will be available on Netflix.
|00:00||PDT||West Coast – US|
|01:00||MT||Mid-West – US|
|02:00||CET||Central – US|
|03:00||EDT||East Coast – US|
Note: Release times are subject to change
Can’t find Ozark season 2 on Netflix?
You may need to disconnect and reconnect to Netflix to find the new season. In addition, we’ll update this article with the season 2 episode 1 link once the series has dropped to help.
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