What can we expect from Season 4 of Ozark? What are the recent updates? This is everything we know about the cast, release date, and storyline of Ozark Season 4.
Ozark Season 4: Release Date
Netflix’s acclaimed crime drama Ozark returns for a fourth and final season. Following the filming delays due to this coronavirus outbreak, Jason Bateman, the star, producer, and manager of the Ozark show suggested that the production of the fourth year will begin in November. The show’s celebrity and Emmy-winning director Jason Bateman shown in an August interview that production is scheduled to start in November 2020, with measures to protect against the virus. The first season came out in July 2017, followed with the next season in August 2018.
UK broadcasters have recently prepared guidelines for filming during the COVID-19 crisis, and it’s safe to suppose that the United States will soon implement its measures, given a large amount of television generated domestically. Netflix has affirmed that season four is the end of the lineup for Ozark. However, they seem content to make Finale a real TV show. Not only will the season run for an extended duration of 14 episodes, but it will also be released in two different batches of seven, further expanding the suspense.
Ozark Season 4: Plotline
As we anticipate from the drama, the next season was able to pack a lot of activity into its 1-episode run. Marty was captured by crime boss Omar Navarro (Félix Solís), although things were no longer for Wendy, that was forced to beat up her brother to rescue the remainder of her family from anger. The season saw Ruth unhappy with her adventure with all the Birds, and she eventually teamed up with Darlene and agreed to a deal with Casey Mob.
The drama takes place around Lake Ozarks in Missouri but is not filmed there. Most of the filming takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, in which the production team uses Lake Allatoona and Lake Lanier. The extended season, which will span 14 episodes, will include Marty Bared along with his wife Wendy because their original Chicago money-laundering plot begins in the Ozarks.