Put on your seatbelts, because the Byrdes’ journey will come to an end in the second part of the fourth season of Ozark. The final seven episodes of the critically acclaimed criminal drama on Netflix have been released. The series finale will bring an end to the story of Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney), as well as their families, friends, and foes.
In the first half of Ozark season 4, several important characters met their end, adding to the total number of people who have died on the programme. The second instalment of the story should feature even more violent and gory action.
Since the first season of Ozark aired in 2017, the drama has been following Marty after he gets into problems with a Mexican cartel and decides to move his family to the Lake of the Ozarks region of Missouri in order to set up an even more extensive money laundering plan for the cartel. After he and Wendy had moved into the neighbourhood and established themselves, they became associated with local criminals such as the Langmore and Snell families, in addition to the Kansas City mafia.
Ozark is not just one of the most popular shows now streaming on Netflix but also one of the most popular shows that will be taken from the streaming service in 2022. It was patterned after the television show Breaking Bad, which also chronicled the story of an ordinary family man who transformed into a criminal antihero. And just like that other series, Ozark has become a perennial nominee for accolades (and winner)
When will the second part of Ozark season 4 be available to watch?
Part 2 of the fourth season of Ozark is now available to stream (opens in new tab), having been initially made available on Friday, April 29, at 3 a.m. ET.
As is the case with the vast majority of shows available on Netflix, all seven episodes of the second part were released at the same time.
Trailers for Ozark’s fourth season, part two
The full-length trailer for Ozark season 4 part 2 begins with Marty wearily whining to Wendy about having “blood on my hands,” and he asks Wendy whether the fact that he has blood on his hands disturbs her. She does nothing but sigh while drinking from a bottle. “You are trying so hard to be the decent guy,” I said.
If there’s one thing that the first three and a half seasons of this show have shown, it’s that Marty is by no means a kind person.
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