When will Ozark season 4 part 2 be released on Netflix?

NETFLIX’S Ozark is a dark drama series that has become very popular since first premiering in 2017.

As Ozark season 4 drops, fans are wondering exactly when they will be able to stream the captivating show. 

When will Ozark season 4 part 2 be released on Netflix? 

Netflix is getting ready to drop season 4 of the hit series Ozark.

Ozark season 4 part 1 premieres on Friday, January 21, 2022.

Although there is no definitive release date for season 4 part 2, it will be dropping sometime in 2022, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The season 4 cast should remain consistent between the two parts, unless a character is killed off or goes missing, of course. 

Here is the complete list of Ozark’s season 4 main cast:

  • Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde
  • Laura Linney as Wendy Byrde
  • Sofia Hublitz as Charlotte Byrde
  • Skylar Gaertner as Jonah Byrde
  • Julia Garner as Ruth Langmore
  • Lisa Emery as Darlene Snell
  • Charlie Tahan as Wyatt Langmore
  • Carson Holmes as Three Langmore
  • Jessica Frances Dukes as Special Agent Maya Miller
  • Felix Solis as Omar Navarro

How did season 4 part 1 end? 

The season 4 part 2 ending may have you on the edge of your seat as the series closes with a shocking scene.

In the finale, Darlene and Wyatt die. It appears that Javi shoots and kills both of them.

Javi is frustrated that Darlene does not close down her business and he’s not up for a conversation when she shows up at his house, according to Fansided.

Another intriguing storyline is Ruth leaving the Byrdes, assumingly to go after Javi.

Lastly, Omar is arrested as he’s getting ready to head back to Mexico. A group of police officers, led by Maya, order him to get on the ground and cuff him.

The details of season 4 part 2 have not been revealed yet officially. 

Why is season 4 the last season?

Netflix has revealed that Ozark’s season 4 is the show’s last season.

Because of this, the hit show decided to release the final season in two parts. 

Showrunner Chris Mundy told The Wrap that he felt like five seasons would be too long and redundant.

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He said: We always thought five [seasons] was the outside number.

“It just felt like after that – we didn’t want to repeat ourselves, we didn’t want the show to feel like it was continuing because it was a TV show and it had to continue.

"So really the decision has always been between is it four [seasons] or is it five [seasons], and then Netflix hit upon the idea of saying, ‘We’ll do four but we’ll make it long and split it in this way,’ and that felt perfect.”

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