It’s almost two years since we last checked in on Byrdes, the money laundering family that turned the Missouri Ozarks into their own criminal empire on Netflix’s thriller series Ozark. Just to put in perspective, the last time we saw them, we probably thought we would be out of quarantine over the next few days. Suk.
The new teaser for Ozark‘s fourth and final season is here, and well, it does one of the “temporal forceps movements”, There is all the rage these days. Everything moves backwards. Cars crash, people get shot in the head, and a drug lord (Felix Solis) holds Marty and Wendy (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney).
No, things do not even look that much better than our last look at the new season, who saw Missouri’s largest riverboat gambling power couple cleanse their brains out of their hair. Nice thing, actually.
We do not have much information in the way of the plot for this season, but like so many of these crime series, our former regular suburban couple have dipped their toes into the familiar waters of Missouri politics and international drug cartels. However, Netflix was cute enough to provide a little logline:
Marty and Wendy get rid of Helen and climb to the top of Navarro’s empire. They find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks, but some past sins will not remain buried, and the most dangerous threats come from blood.
Not much help there. It looks like we’ll have to wait for the series.
The last season of Ozark is on its way, and it becomes the split season treatment popularized by The sopranos (and so repeated by almost every network that wants to wring a little more juice out of their most notable shows). The first half hits Netflix on January 21, 2022.
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