Ozark premiered its third season in March 2020, and it turned out to be one of the best seasons to date. The show was quickly renewed for a fourth season in June, and it is expected to be even more riveting after Season 3’s action-packed finale.
It’s worth noting that the show’s brilliance not only helped it become Netflix’s most-watched show but also earned it two Emmys, one for Jason Bateman and the other for Julia Garner’s unique supporting role. Now that we’ve established that you’re eagerly anticipating the fourth let’s go through the latest developments.
Ozark Season 4: Release Date
The Ozark has been renewed for a final season, and fans are dying to know when it will be released. Previously, Jason Bateman indicated that production began in November 2020 and that the minimum time required to complete a season was 12 months. Nonetheless, Ozark, like many other productions, experienced production delays as a result of the pandemic. Ozark Season 4 will also consist of 14 episodes divided into two parts.
The makers have not revealed an official release date, but we anticipate that the first half will be available in the fourth quarter of 2021, and the second part will be available in the first quarter of 2022.
Season 4 will see the return of all significant characters. Martin Byrde will be played again by Jason Bateman. Laura Linney will play Wendry Byrde. In addition, Charlie Tahan will reprise his role as Wyatt Langmore. In addition to them, Felix Solis and Damian Young will return in Season 4.
Ozark Season 4: Trailer
Given that there is no formal release date, it isn’t easy to anticipate a trailer. However, the trailer for Season 3 was released a month before the show’s premiere last year, so we expect the makers to follow a similar pattern this year.
Ozark Season 4: Plot
Here’s what we may expect from Season 4 based on the many fan ideas that have surfaced. Season 4 could expose how Darlene and her late husband Jacob were able to keep the Ozark Police Department under their control for so long. A few fan ideas also explain why Sheriff Nix is so deeply entrenched in Snell’s sphere of influence.