ATLANTA — Jason Bateman’s hit Netflix series “Ozark” continues production of its third season throughout parts of Atlanta, Georgia.

The show's primary filming location happens in Lake Lanier, and residents shared some of the action with The A-Scene that took place 12 miles away in Buford.

Debbie Loding shared photos of crews setting up equipment and lighting at Shadburn Ferry Road and Buford Dam Road.

While she didn’t spot any of the stars of the hit show, Loding has enjoyed watching the magic of television production unfold in front of her eyes.

Black SUV trucks that typically transport celebs were seen in one of the shots.

Netflix hit shot Ozark films in Buford
Debbie Loding shared photos of crews setting up equipment and lighting at Shadburn Ferry Road and Buford Dam Road.
Debbie Loding
Scenes for Ozark filming in Buford
Debbie Loding shared photos of crews setting up equipment and lighting at Shadburn Ferry Road and Buford Dam Road.
Debbie Loding

While a release date for the third season has not been announced,  the show's lead actors Bateman and Laura Linney are up for best leading actor awards at the 2019 Emmy awards. The show is up for Outstanding Drama Series as well.

Hit shows, produced in Georgia, like “Atlanta,” “Stranger Things” and “Queer Eye” did not make the cut this year.

Ozark is produced by Bateman’s Aggregate Films in association with Media Rights Capital for Netflix Inc. and was created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams.

The fictional series follows the financial conflicts of a family from Chicago to the Ozark Mountains.

Earlier this summer, we spotted Bateman's character Marty Byrd's van in Stone Mountain.

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