Netflix has dropped an explosive trailer for the final episodes of Ozark. Watch here:
It's exciting but sad news for fans of the Netflix drama, with the final instalment of the much-loved drama just around the corner.
Part two of the fourth and final series will drop on the streaming platform on 29 April - so just a month to wait now, folks.
And judging from the trailer, it looks like the finale won't disappoint.
First hitting our screens back in 2017, the crime thriller, created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams, sees a middle-class US family caught up in a money laundering scheme for a Mexican cartel.
As the series progressed things got even more complicated for the Byrdes, with run-ins with cartel members, numerous murders and an investigation by the FBI.
Jason Bateman stars as accountant Martin 'Marty' Byrde alongside Laura Linney, who plays his wife Wendy, while Julia Garner plays local girl Ruth Langmore.
In the new trailer, Ruth appears to be out for revenge, having lost just about everything she treasured in her life since the Byrdes moved to the titular Ozarks.
In fact, the trailer appears to reveal a pretty massive plotline for the final episodes, which seems like a strange thing for Netflix to do. Perhaps it's a dream sequence? Time will tell.
Of course, having to wait to find out what happens to the characters has been painful for fans, but executive producer Chris Mundy said that splitting the final season into two parts was the 'perfect' move for the show.
Speaking to The Wrap, he explained: "We always thought five [seasons] was the outside number. It just felt like after that – we didn't want to repeat ourselves, we didn't want the show to feel like it was continuing because it was a TV show and it had to continue.
"So really the decision has always been between is it four [seasons] or is it five [seasons].
"And then Netflix hit upon the idea of saying, 'We'll do four but we'll make it long and split it in this way,' and that felt perfect."
Well, not long to wait now to see if the finale is as perfect as we all hope.
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