Season three of Ozark has arrived on Netflix now with 10 more episodes for audiences to watch. There’s been quite a big gap between seasons two and three with some fans wondering about baby Zeke and exactly the backstory of the infant. Here’s a quick refresher about baby Zeke.
Who is baby Zeke in Ozark?
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from all seasons of Ozark
Zeke is the son of Pastor Mason Young (played by Michael Mosley) and his wife Grace (Bethany Anne Lind).
Sadly, a heavily pregnant Grace was taken by the Snells and never seen alive again, but her child was left for Mason to raise.
Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) desperately tried to convince Mason his wife had left him, something he refused to believe.
Mason thought the couple were behind his wife’s disappearance and kidnapped Wendy with Marty having to rescue her.
During an altercation between Marty and Mason, the pastor was killed and his child Zeke now an orphan.
The Byrdes took the baby in as their own and were going to raise him.
However, Darlene Snell (Lisa Emery) had other ideas after she wanted compensation from the Byrdes for their riverboat casino.
Wendy begrudgingly handed over baby Zeke to Darlene, who was desperate for a child and an heir to her business.
However, she is protective in a dangerous and vicious way.
Following a mother and baby class, she slashed the tyres of another new mum who disagreed with her over formula milk.
The new series has seen her character taking quite a turn after she murdered her husband Jacob (Peter Mullan) in cold blood because she didn’t agree with his business plans.
Season three saw Darlene continue to go up against the Byrdes and Wendy with Zeke simply being a political football between the two of them.
Speaking about the new series, director and star Jason Bateman told the Las Vegas Review-Journal: “It’s smart people who are pushed to the edge.
He added: “It’s not good vs. evil or bad guys vs. good guys.”
While Laura Linney said of the show to Time: “There’s a whole sense of identity about Ozark.
“It asks questions of: Who are you? Who do you want to be? Who were you in the past?
“Particularly right now, given where we are in our country politically and culturally, we’re at a time where we’re all, hopefully, being forced to ask some uncomfortable questions.”
Ozark season 3 is streaming on Netflix now