We can’t wait for season four of Netflix’s Ozark, which returns with a hefty eight-episode run and promises to solve a lot of questions.
Byrde’s laundry company has put them through their paces several times already in season three, and it’s only going to get more difficult from here on out for the Byrde family.
Omar Navarro, the drug kingpin himself, kidnapped Marty and tortured him until he gave up on his star accountant and Wendy. Byrde’s mother, in order to keep her family from being massacred by the cartel, was forced to order a hit on her own brother, Ben.
What Is The Release Date Of Ozark Season 4 On Netflix?
There will be a fourth (and last) season of 14 episodes, which will be split into two parts, according to Netflix.
The first seven episodes of Season 4 Part 1 will premiere on Friday, January 21st. Dates for the second half have not been announced.
‘Ozark’s Chris Mundy is thrilled Netflix recognized the value of giving the Byrdes’ saga more time to end,’ he said in a statement (via Variety). This has been a wonderful experience for everyone involved, both on and off the set, so we’re happy to be able to bring it all back to you in the most satisfying way possible..”
“A super-sized season equals super-sized troubles for the Byrdes,” Jason Bateman continued. “I’m looking forward to a satisfying conclusion.”
Shortly after shooting began, Bateman informed Jimmy Fallon, “We’re going to do 14 episodes instead of 10 and we’re going to split them up in two. “Therefore, seven and seven it is.” In other words, it will be like seasons four and five, just shorter.
We’ll take two seasons for the price of one!
Mundy told The Hollywood Reporter that they had “always talked about it as five seasons” before the news leaked.
I don’t know… it may be four or seven.” “We’ve always thought that was a decent amount,” he continued. It has been confirmed that the final four would be four and out, although, he did say “there are individuals that are in greater seats than mine who make such judgments.”
Who Will Be In Ozark Season 4?
Ozark-style, we lost a few characters in season 3.
Nelson shot and killed Navarro’s representative, Helen Pierce (Janet McTeer), in front of Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney), and Wendy’s brother, Ben Davis (Tom Pelphrey), after Wendy gave the nod to the plan.
Sue (Marylouise Burke), the therapist Marty and Wendy had, was also murdered by Nelson on Helen’s orders.
Other significant players are still alive and kicking despite all odds. As a result, we have Marty and Wendy, as well as Navarro (Felix Solis), Charlotte (Sofia Hublitz), Jonah (Skylar Gaertner), Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner), Darlene Snell (Lisa Emery), Wyatt Langmore (Charlie Tahan), and FBI Agent Maya Miller (Jessica Frances Dukes).
We should also mention that Miller is pregnant, which may influence her participation in future episodes.
This includes KC mob boss and his son Frank Cosgrove (John Bedford Lloyd) as well as corrupt sheriff John Nix, Sam Dermody (Kevin L Johnson), FBI agent and Petty’s ex-lover Trevor Evans (McKinley Belcher III), and minor players Three Langmore (Carson Holmes) and Jade Dermody (Kevin L Johnson), as well as Petty’s ex-lover Trevor Evans (McKinley Belcher III) (Melissa Saint-Amand).
Darren Goldstein’s Charles Wilkes, who had a much more prominent part in season two, made a brief appearance in season three, so there’s still room for him and Jim to return (Damian Young).
We may have seen the last of Helen’s daughter Erin (Madison Thompson) with the passing of her mother.
There’s also a new crop of faces. Bruce Davison, well known for his role as Magneto in the X-Men series, has been cast as Randall Schafer, a retired Illinois senator who will do anything for the right price.
- The character of Javi Elizonndro, a member of the Navarro family, will be played by Alfonso Herrera, a Mexican actor.
- Actor Adam Rothenberg stars as Mel Sattem, a former cop who is now a private investigator.
Bruno Bichir is the priest of Navarro.
- In the role of Sheriff Leigh Guerrero, CC Castillo portrays a man who takes a “my way or the high way” approach to everything.
- Clare Shaw (Katrina Lenk) is the CEO of a leading biopharmaceutical company. Power corrupts her judgment when she learns the actual price of it.
What Can We Expect From Ozark’s Upcoming 4 Seasons?
Tahan described the conclusion of the show to NME as “nervous-wracking.” A running shoe doesn’t contain all the scripts because it goes on for a long time. To put it another way, there’s no telling how the show will pan out. However, I have complete faith in Ozark’s writers.
Bateman, as you might guess, has always been privy to the film’s conclusion.
He said, “I know where everything will end” (via IndieWire). How will they get away with it or will they have to pay the bill? That’s the key concern for him [Mundy].” Describe to the audience what Byrdes’ actions – or lack thereof – have resulted in.
“We had some pretty interesting discussions about that, and I think he’s got some excellent ideas.” As for the final episode, “I know, and it’s wonderful.”
Is He Going To Take The Leap In Season Four?
For actor Jason Bateman, the show’s success is “greater than I could have ever anticipated,” he told Indiewire. There was a lot of tension and danger in those first two scripts that I read, and I was eager to see if I could convey it to an audience as a director.”
Even though you have no say in whether or if people watch Ozark, the fact that they do inspires us to keep continuing and improve it while also making it slightly more difficult. As a result, I’m motivated to take on even greater and more difficult projects in the future.
As a result of Ruth’s departure, the Byrde team has also lost one of its most valuable members, Wyatt. Frank Cosgrove, the head of distribution for the KC mob, is another ally of Darlene’s.
That’s not going to sit well with Navarro, we’d imagine.
Ruth, according to Mundy, will remain a major character in the show. This will come down to whether Ruth can construct what she wants and is able to sustain on her own, he predicted.
“And I think it will be about how much karma will catch up with the Byrdes if they can convert the biggest error of their lives into this huge advantage?”
That’s not all. Jonah, whose mother ordered the assassination of his uncle, is also aware of this. Since he’d finally seen what his parents are capable of, the last time we saw him he was tearing about with a rifle.
If he’s not managing it well, we can anticipate things to go worse in the following episode.
Starting from where he is at the beginning of season 4, Skylar Gaertner has been discussing Jonah’s journey in season 4 (via Starry Mag).
Well, he’s still here, and that’s saying something on this show. At the end of season 3, it’s evident that the dynamics of the show are shifting. When it comes to his family, Jonah is at a fork in the road; up until this point, he has gotten by being incredibly adaptive, devoted, curious, and optimistic.
His character was continuously put to the test by the Byrdes’ way of life, yet he always came out on top and even flourished since he had some stability (however unstable) in his family. Season three, though, threatens to bring it all crashing down.
“We don’t know how he’ll react now that he knows the truth about his mother. “It’ll be intriguing to see how his thinking changes as he copes with the latest catastrophe,” says the author.
Prior to this interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Mundy promised a “emotional” climax but declined to elaborate on how the show will conclude. As long as we stay on course for the emotional climax we anticipate, we’ll be adding small details here and there.
How Can I View Ozark Season 4’s Trailer?
The final season’s entire trailer was released on January 6 – and it’s chock-full of tidbits to pique our excitement.
The Byrdes are under increasing pressure to find a way out, and the new trailer’s slogan declares that “no one gets out clean.”
Twitter teaser: “Your biggest threat will always come from the inside…” “Your greatest threat will always come from the inside…” Intriguing!