Ozark Season 4 Updates: We barely catch a glimpse of a horrific vehicle catastrophe in the 51-second teaser trailer, which is filmed in reverse and slow motion, with Jason Bateman’s Marty lecturing on how decisions are made and how people must live with them.
The first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming fourth and final season of “Ozark” was released about two months ago. We don’t get much in the new 51-second teaser trailer, except from a devastating automobile accident — shown in reverse and slow motion — with Jason Bateman’s Marty commenting on how decisions are made and people have to live with them.
Marty and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) were last seen in the arms of Omar Navarro (Felix Solis), the ruthless, manipulative cartel boss compelling the married couple to launder inexorably large sums of cocaine money in central Missouri.
Given that the most current season premiered in March of 2020, the teaser also featured a review of all three previous seasons of the show, which fans may find informative. In June of that year, Netflix announced that “Ozark” had been renewed and that Season 4 would be the final season. The final season, on the other hand, was extended, bringing the total number of episodes to 14. The first section will have seven episodes, while the second section will have seven more.
Ozark Season 4 Spoilers
The Producers Guild of America, the Writers Guild, and the Screen Actors Guild, to name a few, have all nominated the show at some point over its tenure. The subject of where the Byrdes will end up is still a major concern for fans, and Bateman knows the answer.
“I know where everything is going to finish,” Bateman said in a recent interview with Indiewire. “In the lead-up to it, I didn’t really pound him on the specifics.” But I was more interested in the key question he’ll have to address: Will they get away with it, or will they be forced to pay a bill? What message does he wish to convey to the audience regarding the Byrdes’ behavior — or lack thereof?
“We had some fantastic conversations about it,” Bateman continued, “and he has some very good opinions about it.” “I’m aware of what happened at the end of the previous episode, and it’s amazing,” she says.
On January 21, 2022, the fourth season of “Ozark” will release on Netflix.
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