'Ozark' Will Be Back for Season 4 — But It Will Be Its Last
On the plus side, the final season will be supersized
Published Jun 30, 2020Ozark is coming to an end. Yes, the beloved Netflix series has just confirmed its final season.
Jason Bateman and co. will bring Ozark to a close with Season 4, but as a bit of a silver lining, the final season will be supersized. Split into two equal parts, it will be made up of 14 episodes.
At this point, though, it's unclear when the first part of Ozark Season 4 may actually premiere. After all, production has been halted due to the ongoing pandemic.
Ozark first premiered in 2017 and has emerged as one of Netflix's most beloved titles — both by critics and viewers. This has led the show to multiple Emmy nominations, with Bateman winning Best Director and Julia Garner clinching Best Supporting Actress in 2019.
Ozark Season 3 premiered back in March.