Things aren't looking up for the Byrdes in the latest Ozark Season 4 Part 2 trailer

Ruth has it out for the Byrdes as they escape for their lives as seen in the Ozark season 4 part 2 trailer.

The latter half of the two-part finale of the award-winning Netflix series, Ozark, is finally dropping on April 29. Ahead of its premiere on the streaming platform, Netflix dropped a trailer that hints at a gruesome fate awaiting Martin and Wendy Byrde, who are played by Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, respectively.

We'll find out in a couple of weeks what will happen to the Byrdes.

The first half of Ozark's final season ended with Alfonso Herrera's Javi brutally murdering Lisa Emery's Darlene Snell and Charlie Tahan's Wyatt Langmore after Darlene refused to drop her heroin operation. After Ruth finds out the role the Navarro cartel's second in command played in the murder, Julia Garner's sassy and smart psychopathic character threatens Marty that he has no choice but to kill her to prevent her from putting an end to Javi's life.

The Ozark season 4 part 2 trailer suggests that Ruth will stop at nothing to drop Javi dead, but leaves Javi's status hanging - will he survive or will she deliver the killing blow? Of course, the biggest question on every Ozark fan's mind is if the Byrdes survived getting almost run over by a truck and flipping their car over while en route to the FBI.

While the first official trailer for part 2 of Ozark season 4 provides more questions than answers, it does lend a bittersweet moment for audiences who've followed the series closely since its launch back in 2017. By this time next month, Ozark, one of Netflix's most critically-acclaimed drama series, is going to end.

Netflix will release a 30-minute special following the final episode of Ozark, which will explore how the series came to be.

If it's any consolation, Netflix isn't going to run out of similarly beloved shows for subscribers to binge-watch for the next couple of months at least. Once Ozark ends, fans can look forward to the final season of Better Call Saul. Similar to Ozark, the final few episodes of the Bob Odenkirk-led series have been split into two parts, with the first half dropping on April 18 and the rest coming on July 11.

Ray Ampoloquio
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