Netflix Confirms Premiere Date of Ozark’s Final Episodes

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Ozark, one of Netflix’s best exclusive crime dramas, is ending after a successful four-season run, and a new teaser shared by the streamer today can confirm the date on which fans will be able to learn the fate of the show’s preeminent couple, Martin “Marty” Byrde (Jason Bateman) and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney), who have been struggling to reclaim their lives after being forced into a business of money laundering within the titular region.

As revealed at the end of today’s date announcement teaser, Ozark fans will be able to check out the show’s remaining episodes beginning on April 29, 2022, a date that will mark the premiere of part two of Ozark’s fourth and final season. Season 4, Part 2 will comprise seven episodes just like the first half of Ozark’s final season, which began streaming in late January.

Netflix has also released a new poster for the final episodes of the show, a foreboding piece that suggests the Byrdes may not be getting a completely happy ending.

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Here’s When the Final Episodes of ‘Ozark’ Are Coming (Netflix)

  • A brand-new teaser gives us a look at the ominous conclusion to the hit series, picking up right where Season 4, Part 1 ends — with (spoiler alert!) a furious and grief-stricken Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner) driving her truck after finding the dead bodies of her cousin Wyatt Langmore (Charlie Tahan) and his new wife Darlene Snell (Lisa Emery).
  • The 30-second clip cycles through a series of images reflecting Part 1’s dark conclusion, showing cartel boss Navarro (Felix Solis) in prison, along with Ruth threatening Marty and Wendy Byrde (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) after learning of Wyatt’s murder.
  • And let’s not forget all the other ways the Byrde family was splintered by the end of Part 1 — like the fact that Wendy and Marty’s son Jonah (Skylar Gaertner) had been partnering with Ruth against their wishes.
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