Ozark, the wildly-popular Netflix crime drama series starring Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and Julia Garner, will be returning for a fourth and final season.
The fourth season of the taut thriller will consist of 14 episodes, split evenly over two parts, a bit of a super-sizing compared to the prior three seasons that were 10 episodes each.
Fans curious to see what will become of the Byrdes, the Chicago family relocated to the Missouri Ozarks to work for a Mexican drug cartel, will be relieved to know that show runner Chris Mundy and the entire main cast will be returning.
“A super-sized season means super-sized problems for the Byrdes. I’m excited to end with a bang(s).” – Ozark star, co-director and executive producer Jason Bateman
Tuesday’s well-timed announcement comes as Emmy voting is set to begin for the 2020 Emmys, which will almost certainly see a slew of nominations for Ozark‘s Season Three.Ozark has received 14 Emmy nominations since its debut in 2017, with wins for Bateman in directing and Julia Garner for supporting actress in her role as Ruth, the unflappable, potty-mouthed townie with a smart mouth.