Over the past decade, it would be a gross understatement to say Netflix has done well for themselves. The streaming giant ushered in a new era of entertainment when the company was founded around the turn of the century that has completely redefined the way consumers consume content to this very day. They have even taken it up a notch in recent years with the plethora of new original content they have produced that has captivated audiences globally time and time again, especially since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now one of their most successful projects is coming to an end, with the latest trailer for the ultimate season of Ozark being unveiled this week and providing fans with plenty to look forward to.
Originally debuting on Netflix in 2017, Ozark tells the story of a man named Marty Byrde, played by Jason Bateman, who, on the surface, appears to be an average financial advisorbut in reality leads a much darker life. Behind the scenes, he secretly works alongside a Mexican drug cartel helping them launder their proceeds, and at the very beginning of Ozark this double life he is leading ends up going awry. Ozark has enjoyed four (or three and a half, depending who you ask) successful seasons thus far that has seen the series win a myriad of awards over the years, but now it is set to come to an end. The latest trailer for part two of the fourth season of Ozark is bound to have fans excited however, with the Byrd family thrust into the metaphorical fire as they essentially fight for their lives and contend with forces much greater than themselves without losing their sanity in the process. That trailer can be seen below, and the second half of season four of Ozark can be seen on Netflix when it premieres on April 29th.
Drug culture has always been at the forefront of American entertainment, and Ozark is another installment in that long-standing trend. The series has received rave reviews since it first debuted on Netflix and, based upon the most recent trailer, has done an excellent job of captivating its viewers for five years now. While fans of Ozark will certainly be sad to see it go, they still have something to look forward to when the series’ final installment debuts in a few short weeks.