The following story contains spoilers — BIG treats, stop reading if you have not watched! —For Ozark Season 4, Part 1. Seriously!
The first half of Ozark‘s fourth and final season is now out. And while those seven episodes of money laundering, drug dealing, cartel-rogue drama certainly feel like a full season in itself – with a hell of a wreath included – the good news is that the second half of last season is not too far behind. The last season of Ozark is divided into two parts of seven episodes each — and Part 2 will hit the service sooner rather than later.
The program told quite the long and tortuous story, but has come as strong as ever in the last few seasons. Anyone who has been through this Ozark all the way to Season 4 will definitely be satisfying; the program developed its characters well, and the first part of the season was filled with drama with high input. If you dare to look away for just a minute, you run the risk of missing something that could change everything.
What not to say it is Ozark also lost its charm. The show is serious for sure, but it’s still starring Jason Bateman – it’s usually good for a moment or two out loud every few episodes with his distinctive dry wit. Anyway, you do not watch Ozark for the jokes — you’re here for the drama. And here’s what we know about its return.
When will Ozark return with Season 4, Part 2?
The official return for Ozark‘S Season 4, Part 2, final series of episodes has not yet been announced. But for a bit of a clue, as to when the last seven episodes will return, we can look at a few other shows that Netflix has used the two-part season release model with.
Another of Netflix’s biggest shows, Money laundering, received the two-part final season treatment last year; the first part of the season was released in September, and then the second part was released in December.
Netflix also has its revival of Unsolved mysteries in two back in 2020; the first batch of episodes came out in July, while the second grouping followed in October.
So, based on some of this evidence, we can expect the last season of Ozark to return somewhere within the series of three months later; maybe March, April or May.
What Will Season 4, Part 2 of Ozark be over?
Now that you’ve watched Season 4, Part 1, you should have a good idea. The Byrdes successfully navigated their path out of the cartel business, though they have seen Omar Navarro meanwhile essentially overthrow (we do not quite know why Maya Miller went crooked and blew everything up), with the much more dangerous Javi now controlling both the cartel and with the FBI.
It almost felt like time for the Byrdes to ride into the sunset, until Javi decided to be a complete loose cannon and met Darlene Snell and Wyatt Langmore at their home just after their impromptu marriage. Javi shot them both dead, angry that they did not listen to his order to stop selling heroin.
Ruth came home and found their bodies; she did not particularly care that Darlene finally got rid of (and we can not really blame her), but she was 100% sad and shaken that poor Wyatt was taken out. She has Frank Jr. called (since the two now have a good relationship), but he swore he was not responsible, and she believed him. Next stop: the Byrde House.
Ruth rightly came in furious (and, man, Julia Garner acted her ass). The Byrdes played dumb, until Jonah, with his rebellious streak, told Ruth everything about Javi. Marty and Wendy have warned Ruth not to mess with Javi, but she’s furious and probably does not give a shit. Ruth lost Ben, she lost her father, her uncle, her cousin (and best friend) and at this point did not have much more to lose. She has a grudge, and Season 4, Part 2, is going to be the Season of the Ruth.
And, oh yes, we can not forget that scene that Season 4, Part 1 opened — when the Byrde family, at an unknown point in the future, ended up in a terrible car accident. We’ll see what happens there.
Who Will Be In Season 4, Part 2 Ozark throw?
With the exception of Charlie Tahan (Wyatt) and Lisa Emery (Darlene), we can expect just about every key character from Ozark Season 4, Part 1, returns as the series continues its final season.
That means, of course, Jason Bateman as Marty, Laura Linney as Wendy, Julia Garner as Ruth, Sofia Hublitz as Charlotte, Skylar Gaertner as Jonah, and Daman Young as Jim Rattelsdorf, the Byrde family’s loyal lawyer. Of course, we also expect Alfonso Herrera as Javi to play a big role in the series’ conclusion. It looks like Felix Solis as Omar Navarro has largely finished his story, but we’ll see what happens. Others who stay in the mix include Kevin L. Johnson as the unfortunate Sam, Adam Rothenberg as troublesome PI Mel Sattem, Katrina Lenk as Clare Shaw, and Jessica Frances Dukes as Maya Miller.
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