Bill Dubuque's Ozark made its way on Netflix back in 2017, starring Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, a financial adviser whose failed money-laundering scheme forces him and his family to relocate from Chicago to the Ozarks of Missouri. Unfortunately, their mistakes catch up to them quickly and Byrde finds himself embroidered in much worse trouble than he'd anticipated.
After three successful seasons, Netflix confirmed that Ozark was going to conclude with its fourth. However, as evidenced by the earlier tease, Ozark is going out with a bang.
"A supersized season means super-sized problems for the Byrdes"
Last month, Netflix gave audiences their first look at Ozark's final season at its first-ever TUDUM fan event. Unfortunately, the blood-soaked trailer was missing one important thing - a premiere date. Now, Netflix has solved that problem.
As per the latest Ozark Season 4 trailer, the first half of the fourth season of Netflix's critically-acclaimed show is coming on January 21, 2022. Unfortunately, the trailer did not indicate when part two of the series' final season was going to release, but fans can expect it to arrive sometime in 2022. Either way, the wait for the second half of Ozark's fourth season shouldn't be as long as the gap between the end of season 3 and season 4's premiere. By the time, the fourth season drops in January 2022, audiences will have already waited for nearly two years.
With that said, fans are expecting some big revelations in the show's final season after the third one left audiences stunned with its big reveal.
Navarro (Felix Solis) shooting Helen Pierce (Janet McTeer) dead is going to come with serious repercussions, which should be explored in season 4. At the same time, Ozark's most recent trailer provides a bit of insight on how the Byrdes plan to move forward following the stunning conclusion.
In other Netflix news, the streaming platform just saw its $500 million investment in South Korea a few years ago pay dividends after Squid Game became Netflix's biggest launch ever. The South Korean drama series is now reportedly worth $900 million, which is exponentially larger than how much Netflix spent to acquire and produce the show.