The final leg of Ozark returns as the release date for part two of Ozark’s fourth season has been announced. Fans of Jason Bateman and Julia Garner can expect the concluding seven episodes to arrive on April 29, 2022.
Filming for the fourth season began on November 9, 2020, and concluded on October 8, 2021.
The first seven episodes of Ozark’s fourth and final season arrived on Netflix in January.
Ozark stars Jason Bateman as a father married to the mob, who brings his own troubled family to the peaceful Ozarks of Missouri. At first glance, The Oklahoma Post believed the series was a take on nearby Stillwater, Oklahoma, but quickly realized that the script title was brazenly hijacked by Matt Damon.
In a tweet posted in January, Bateman shared the trailer teasing us all.
Julia Garner puts on another award-winning performance as Ruth Langmore. So much so, her new projects smell of the lingering essence of trailer park twang she probably won’t shake for a decade
Every Langmore member has now been killed, and the first part of season 4 left us on an adrenaline ride witnessing Ruth begin a path of hate-filled vengeance for….everyone it seems. Young Langmore is a strong, smart young woman with ambitions above her lower awarded plot in life.
“My childhood traumas are not like yours. You see, I’m a cursed Langmore,” Ruth says.
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