It’s no surprise that Ozark season 3 ended in one of the most dramatic ways we’ve seen in a series in a long time. This time, the drug cartel and money laundering drama starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney will be released in two parts, allowing viewers to enjoy the show’s culmination.
The hit Netflix crime drama Ozark is back, with more money and more issues.
The Byrde family’s wits have been completely tested throughout the show, with season three alone seeing them tested to the limit for their money-laundering operation. Omar Navarro, the drug lord, hasn’t finished with his star accountant and Wendy yet. Meanwhile, the Byrde matriarch had to order a hit on her own brother Ben to save their family from the cartel.
Now that the Navarro lawyer Helen Pierce has died, things are about to turn very real. Episode 4 starts with the couple shampooing Helen out of their hair. They’re freed after a deal with Navarro. To do so, they must also negotiate an agreement between Navarro and the FBI that exonerates the mass murderer.
As they attempt to pull off this seemingly impossible feat, they are hit by a vicious killer, lose a Langmore, and prepare to extradite a criminal.
Date of Release for Ozark Season 4 Part 2
Ozark season 4 premiered with part 1 on January 21, 2022, and season 2 will follow on April 29, 2022, both dates being set for the year 2022. That’s only a few months after the initial set of shows aired on the network.
The full season will consist of 14 episodes, seven of which have already been released; the remaining seven will be released in April.
The Plot of Ozark Season 4 Part 2
The Byrde family has a lot riding on the final seven episodes of “Ozark.” While the FBI’s bargain with Javi appears to be working for them for now, a closer look reveals that it is probably only tenuous.
Ruth had never been further away from Marty than after Javi killed Wyatt mid-season. Ruth confronts Marty with a gun after discovering Wyatt and Darlene’s bodies.
However, Jonah rapidly exposes his parents’ boss as a murderer. “If you want to stop me, you’re going to have to f***ing murder me!” Ruth says in the episode’s finale. Ruth and Marty have fought before, but this seems to be the end of their feud.
Wendy and Marty will also have to deal with Jonah’s stubbornness. Wendy, more than Marty, seems to dislike the young money launderer’s earlier loyalty to Ruth. Wendy’s political maneuvers via Senator Schafer and family lawyer Jim Rattelsdorf are expected.
Trailer of Ozark Season 4 Part 2
The Ozark finale aired on Netflix on April 29. Here’s the new teaser and key art.
The Cast of Ozark Season 4 Part 2
- The fourth season of Ozark reunites the show’s core ensemble, including Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde and Laura Linney as his wife Wendy.
- Julia Garner reprises her role as Ruth Langmore, while Charlie Tahan reprises his role as Ruth’s cousin, Wyatt Langmore, who is still in love with his older lover, drug lord Darlene Snell, played by Lisa Emery.
- Felix Solis returns in the form of cartel boss Omar Navarro as another potential threat to the Byrdes.
- Additionally, Oscar contender Bruce Davison (X-Men) has joined the season 4 ensemble as Senator Randall Schafer – a strong retired Illinois politician who can be bought for the proper price.
- Veronica Falcón will join the cast as Camila Elizonndro, Navarro’s sister, and, unbelievably, rapper Killer Mike will supposedly appear in a moment alongside Ruth, another rap enthusiast. We’re excited to watch that one!
Where Is Ozark Season 4, Part 2 Shot?
Despite the fact that the hit series is set in the real-life Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, the majority of the show is shot in Atlanta, Georgia, particularly at Lake Lanier and Lake Allatoona. Scenes set in Chicago were shot on location in the Windy City.
Will the Ozark Finale Be in Season 4, Part 2?
Ozark’s final chapter is coming up soon. Netflix first announced in June 2021 that Season 4 will be split into two halves, each with seven episodes, to cover the whole final plot. “A super-sized season brings super-sized troubles for the Byrdes,” Bateman explained. “I’m looking forward to bringing everything to a close with a bang(s).”
Ozark showrunner Chris Mundy offered more details about why part 2 will conclude the program in an interview aired shortly after part 1 was broadcast on Netflix. “Jason has talked about making sure we don’t overstay our welcome from the beginning,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “And, because we’re serialized, we needed to stay emotionally honest and not feel like we’re putting them in the same circumstance over and over again.” So something in the five-season range seemed appropriate. We’d be vamping if we carried on any longer after that.”