The drama will conclude with its longest season yet.
June 30, 2020
Netflix announced today that Ozark has been picked up for a fourth and final season. The news, which comes three months after the release of Season 3, will see the crime drama return next year for one last run of 14 episodes - its longest yet - to properly conclude the story.
The series has been a solid success for the streaming service since its premiere in 2017. Every season has garnered critical acclaim, with each outdoing the last, and it took home two Emmy awards last year in the Outstanding Supporting Actress and Outstanding Directing categories.
Executive produced by and starring Bateman, Ozark follows a financial adviser whose side job as a money launderer for the criminal underworld forces him to move his family from Chicago to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks. There, he's tasked with laundering $500 million over the next five years for the second largest drug cartel in Mexico.
Look for Season 4 of Ozark in 2021. The supersized length of 14 episodes will see it split into two parts of seven episodes each.
07/11/20 at 06:36pm
This show keeps you on the edge of your seat and makes you really think about your life choices. I was hoping it would make it longer than 4 seasons but I guess some know when to go out with a bang!
07/06/20 at 08:33am
@Wryker how is what they wrote unclear? They said super sized because the seasons have only been 10 episodes each.
07/04/20 at 05:56pm
So...does that mean 14 Episodes orrr..? " The supersized length of 14 episodes will see it split into two parts of seven episodes each."
07/04/20 at 02:13am
THIS IS A GREAT SHOW! 10/10.
07/02/20 at 04:33pm
It’s a white show, it needs to be canceled
07/02/20 at 08:41am
@Bonkers why not just stick with the Christian network channel or Hallmark. You'll find your kind of entertainment there.
If you don't like a show that's fine, your entitled to have your own taste no matter how bad it is.
07/01/20 at 01:29pm
At least we get a final season. Vagrant queen and many others end in cliffhangers due to cancellation.
07/01/20 at 10:34am
Good news for fans actually. There's nothing worse than dragging out a good show just to have it ruined. It happens far too often. That said, the cast is really great and I loved the first season but admit I couldn't get into the second. I tried. Watched a few episodes in and just finally gave up. It just didn't grab me like the first season did.
06/30/20 at 04:11pm
Ahhh... I am close to canceling Netflix. Wait...what am I saying... I will cancel Netflix after the final season of Ozarks.
06/30/20 at 03:30pm
Im with Sarah... I tried... i really did... but for some reason i cannot get behind a show where youre rooting for the bad guy... Sopranos, Breaking Bad, Shameless, Orange is... Everyone says how great it is, (and cinematically it may be,) but five episodes in, i was just hoping everyone gets killed off... Im happy that its fans are getting another season, good luck!
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