'Ozark' Renewed For 4th and Final Season On Netflix
Netflix just confirmed that Ozark was renewed for season 4! Not only that, but it will be the show's final season, released in two parts. Get the first details here.
Netflix's hit crime drama Ozark is returning for a fourth and final season.
The streamer broke the news on Tuesday, revealing that Ozark will "go out with a bang" by way of a special two-part, 14-episode final season.
Ozark season 4 renewed with all cast on board
The popular series will return with all its usual cast members, including leads Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and breakout star Julia Garner.
Chris Mundy also stays on as showrunner, writer, and executive producer alongside Bateman, who additionally produces and has directed episodes in all three seasons of the series.
"They're going to go out with a bang," Netflix teased as they made the announcement of Ozark's return.
They're going to go out with a bang.— Netflix (@netflix) June 30, 2020
Ozark will be back with an expanded 14-episode final season. pic.twitter.com/otIoUeTXyH
And go out with a bang they will. According to People, Jason Bateman also released a statement, echoing that suspenseful hint: "A supersized season means super sized problems for the Byrdes. I'm excited to end with a bang(s)."
Ozark season 3 hit Netflix on March 27 to rave reviews
Ozark season 3 debuted on Netflix in late March 2020 to record numbers amid the early stages of the COVID-19 quarantine period. But little was heard about the future of the series in the three months that followed.
Bateman did reveal in an April 2020 interview that he envisioned Ozark as a show that would last "three seasons, four seasons, five seasons, something like that."
"I'm not sure where and when it'll end, but [...] it doesn't feel like it's a 12-season show," he added in the interview. His prediction now reads accurately, as Ozark will wrap up on a high note with its fourth season.
Ozark season 4 release date?
Release dates aren't yet known for season 4, but fans can now rest assured that more of "the Byrdes" and Ozark are on the horizon.