With an expanded order for its fourth and final season, Ozark is coming to an end on Netflix.
The final chapter of the Ozark:
Netflix has an order for 14 episodes for season 4 – opposed from 10 for each of the previous three seasons – that will be split into two equal parts. Byrde family’s journey from Suburban Chicago to a Criminal Enterprise, the season will mark the final chapter in the Ozark.
As production for many series remains in limbo because of the covid-19 pandemic, dates for the season haven’t been set yet.
“We’re so happy Netflix recognized the importance of giving Ozark more time to end the Byrde’s saga right,” said executive producer and showrunner Chris Mundy. both on-screen and off. So Mundy are thrilled to get the chance to bring it home in the most fulfilling way possible.
Super-sized problems for the Byrdes know as super-sized. I am excited to end with a bang. In 2019, Mandy said he had a 5 season plan in mind for Ozark, although he didn’t then have a final blueprint for the ending of the series.
We’re building little things in; if we are thinking of keeping the story on track for the emotional ending, we’re guessing we will have, he said at that time.
Netflix’s decision to end Ozark after four seasons falls short of that, though the show will get some extra runaway with the expanded episode order.
Produced by MRC Television, Ozark won two Emmys in 2019 for Bateman’s direction and Julia Garner’s supporting performance. The show has racked up to 14 nominations to date. Released in late March, its third season, averaged 8.7 million viewers over its first ten days.
Series regulars Bateman, Laura, Linney, Garner, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar, Charlie Tahan, and Lisa Emery, are set to return for the final season.
Producer and co-producer of the show:
Bateman, Mundy, Mark Williams, John Shiban, Patrick Markey, and Bill Dubuque executive produced the series. In the final season, Linney will be a co-exec producer. The parent company of the Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group, MRC Television is a division of Valence Media.