The second part of Ozark’s final fourth season aired on Netflix on April 29th, 2020, just a few months after the first part. Showrunner Chris Mundy returned to solid teleplays for the first and last episodes, keeping things in line with a tone that felt sad to be gone after he wrote all the previous premiere and finale episodes (aside from the pilot). Though the second half was certainly far less thrilling than the first, fans will definitely feel the sense of ending and satisfaction that the rest of the series set up. For those who are behind, you can watch the entire show now!
Premise of ‘Ozark’ Season 4
Things are getting intense for the money laundering duo of Marty and Wendy Byrde. They both get deeper into the Navarro cartel, with Marty trying desperately to get out and save his family while Wendy slowly becomes a greater criminal mastermind. Tensions between the two of them, as well as with Marty's protégé Ruth Langmore, will surely come to a head soon.
Jason Bateman - Marty Byrde
Laura Linney - Wendy Byrde
Julia Garner - Ruth Langmore
Sofia Hublitz - Charlotte Byrde
Skylar Gaertner - Jonah Byrde
Lisa Emery - Darlene Snell
Charlie Tahan - Wyatt Langmore
Felix Solis - Omar Navarro
Damian Young - Jim Rattelsdorf
Alfonso Herrera - Javi Elizondro
Adam Rothenberg - Mel Sattem
Critics on ‘Ozark’ Season 4
Season 4 boasts strong directors, including actress Robin Wright, cinematographer Alik Sakharov, and Ozark leads Linney and Bateman. Overall, the final set of episodes is not quite as gripping or daring as the exceptional Season 3, but the fans who have stuck around since the beginning should feel content with how everything settles. It's far from perfect, but the way it cuts ties will leave audiences with a reminder of the show's greatness at times.
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