‘Ozark’ Season 4: Will Marty, Wendy leave the cartel?

Ozark Season 4

It will be the last time fans are about to see the Byrde family in Ozark Season 4.

Netflix announced it would be the final season of the fan-favorite TV series. So, what will happen from here? Fans now cast their theories about Ozark Season 4.

Will Sam (Kevin L. Johnson) finally get justice? Will Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney) turn their back on the cartel?

Sam to stand up for himself

When Wendy started working with Sam at his family’s real estate business, the latter also began to be involved with the Byrde family. However, with his naivety and trusting nature, they took advantage of him, Game Spot noted.

Without him knowing, he became their accomplice. So when things got intense, they threw him to the FBI to continue “stringing Special Agent Miller (Jessica Frances Dukes) along.” Will Sam be able to stand up for himself in the next season?

Marty and Wendy to leave the cartel

Marty and Wendy already knew what Navarro (Felix Solis) could do when he murdered Helen Pierce (Janet McTeer) in front of them. Now, they might make themselves necessary for Navarro as much as possible so that they could be out of danger.

However, they may also know the fact that they will never be safe working with Navarro. So, will they turn their back on the cartel and leave it on Ozark Season 4?

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The coming of the FBI

It looks like the FBI is about to find out the Byrdes’ money laundering business. Although what Miller only does is to follow Marty, the authorities may finally close in.

In Ozark Season 4, it is now up to the FBI how it will up its game to catch the Byrdes.

Ozark Season 4 release date and other details

Netflix announced the coming of Ozark Season 4, and it would be the final run for the show. It would be composed of 14 episodes, which would be divided into two parts.

“We’re so happy Netflix recognized the importance of giving Ozark more time to end the Byrdes’ saga right,” showrunner Chris Mundy said in a statement via Variety. “It’s been such a great adventure for all of us — both on-screen and off — so we’re thrilled to get the chance to bring it home in the most fulfilling way possible.”

“A super-sized season means super-sized problems for the Byrdes,” Bateman teased. “I’m excited to end with a bang.”

However, according to Digital Spy, the show’s air dates have been kind of complicated. The first season was out in July 2017, while the second season dropped in August 2018.

But, fans had waited for about a year and a half to see Season 3. So, it looks like fans have to wait a little more to witness what will happen next in Ozark Season 4.

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