The Byrdes are flying
the cage. Netflix has restored Ozark for an extra-large fourth as well as last season, the streamer revealed very early Tuesday. The series’ goodbye run will contain 14 episodes— up from Ozark‘s conventional 10-episodes-a-season haul– and also will premiere in 2 different, seven-episode components.
“A super-sized season means super-sized problems for the Byrdes,” Ozark celebrity and EP Jason Bateman said in a declaration. “I’m delighted to end with a bang(s).”
Chris Mundy, who will certainly return as showrunner, included, “We’re so satisfied Netflix acknowledged the relevance of giving Ozark more time to finish the Byrdes’ legend right. It’s been such an excellent adventure for all of us– both on screen and also off– so we’re enjoyed obtain the chance to bring it home in one of the most satisfying method feasible.”
Bateman’s co-lead, Laura Linney, has actually racked up a little bit of a promo in advance of the last season; she will certainly be a Co-EP in Season 4.
Ozark‘s final-season news comes just two days before Emmy voting is readied to begin as well as makes certain that the collection will be leading of mind when participants of the TV Academy fill out their tallies. (The polls close on July 13 and also nominations will be revealed on July 28.) Netflix is making a strong Emmy promote the program’s third season, which decreased in late March. At the 2019 Emmys, Ozark gotten 2 significant prizes: Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for Bateman as well as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for Julia Garner.
“Ozark is a gripping dramatization that has actually mesmerized audiences all over the world and also amassed tremendous crucial acclaim,” declared Cindy Holland, Netflix’s VP of Original Content. “We’re so grateful to Chris, Jason, Laura, Julia as well as the entire cast and team for all their steadfast dedication to the program as well as can’t wait to see exactly how the Byrdes’ trip comes to a close.”