Netflix has changed the way audiences get their favorite shows. Instead of waiting for the traditional week between episodes, the streamer opted to dump entire seasons at once. “Ozark” is one of their most popular series that they have created that fans have been asking for more. The show follows Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) and his wife Wendy (Laura Linney) as they suddenly move from a Chicago suburb to central Missouri. After a money laundering scheme for a Mexican cartel goes awry, Byrde negotiates with the drug lord and negotiates setting up a new operation in the Lake of the Ozarks, where they come into conflict with local criminals and the Kansas City Mafia.

John Bedford Lloyd appears in seasons 2, 3 and 4 as Frank Cosgrove, the mob boss of Kansas City – and certainly not related to the Frank Cosgrove that Lloyd’s character framed in the ‘Law & Order’ universe. . He spends his entire time on the show managing an uneasy alliance with Byrde and trying to keep his son, Frank Jr. (Joseph Sikora), in line. While wielding considerable power due to his status, he finally meets his end when he enters the home of his rival, Darlene Snell (Lisa Emory), never to be seen again.

In an interview with TV Line, showrunner Chris Munday revealed the possibility of a spinoff. “It’s definitely something that people have talked about a lot,” he said. While he hinted at a spinoff for Julia Garner’s Ruth Langmore, a story that brings the production to Kansas City and explores the origins of Frank Cosgrove could work very well.