Ozark is an American crime drama series created by Bill Dubuque and Mark William for Netflix. The first season launched on July 12, 2017, followed by the second season on August 31, 2018, and the next season on March 27, 2020.
The narrative follows a married couple who bring their family to the Ozarks under the plot of a misunderstanding gone wrong. However, they tangle with local criminals. So read on to find out if this extreme and interesting series is making a comeback next year.
Is the Ozark Season 4 is been canceled?
According to some of the show’s stars, filming begins in November. Also, the next series will be the longest with another four episodes that exceed the usual 10 installments.
Sadly, Netflix also reported that this would be the last Ozark cycle. The fourth season will be split in half, just like Lucifer, with the first seven episodes on the platform simultaneously.
The expected release date of the Ozark Season 4:
The show’s star and Emmy-winning director Jason Bateman revealed in an August interview with Indiewire that production is scheduled to begin in November 2020, with safeguards against the virus.
We are going to begin on November 9. Everything is moving in that direction and we are very confident in the guidelines and protocols that we are going to follow.” We have tons of consultants and we are learning a lot from other productions.
Therefore we are able to anticipate the display to go back in 2021.
The Ozark Season 4 is going to be divided into two parts:
Deadline reported that the series would be longer this time, with a total of 14 episodes divided into two seven-episode parts. We’re not sure what this means for the organization of the narrative, but we speculate that we are witnessing something like the cable network’s mid-season finale, then the “real” ending. In other words, more than a few blows to the stomach are expected.
The expected storyline of the Ozark Season 4:
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Chris Mundy revealed that the explosive season finale would see some sustained results for the show’s key players, in particular Marty and Wendy.
When asked to explain what the Navarro cartel boss’s “Today is a beginning” line meant for Wendy and Marty’s future, Mundy stated: “Marty stated in a speech that he is making an attempt to get Wendy to bed.