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Netflix Releases Trailer For Fourth And Final Season Of Ozark

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Netflix Releases Trailer For Fourth And Final Season Of Ozark

As a part of this evening's TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event, Netflix has released the trailer for the fourth and final season of Ozark. Check it out below:

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Netflix has explained that the final season of the drama will be split across two parts, consisting of seven episodes each.

Fans have been taking to social media to showcase their thoughts of the series coming to an end.

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One user wrote: "Why is it ending such a great show surely there is a few more seasons left?"

Another user responded to that comment with: "Quality > quantity."

Can't argue with that!

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Credit: Netflix
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A third user begged: "Final series nooooooo!!! Such a brilliant show. Please do more than 4 series."

Simply put, a fourth user wrote: "F*****G GET IN," whilst a final concluded: "That's not enough lol."

Since it first hit our screens in 2017, Ozark has been a huge success and was the most-watched original series in the U.S. SVOD market, according to Nielsen.

The series follows a middle-class family who gets mixed up with a major criminal organisation.

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Created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams, the crime thriller sees Jason Bateman star as Chicago financial adviser Martin 'Marty' Byrde, who is forced to launder money for a Mexican drug cartel.

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Credit: Netflix

After the scheme backfires, Marty and his wife Wendy (Laura Linney) relocate to Missouri, where Marty sets up a bigger money laundering operation in the Ozarks - a mountainous region covering the southern half of the state.

The third and most recent season seemed to largely focus on Marty and Wendy's marriage.

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However, executive producer Chris Mundy told IndieWire: "The third season to us is [about] what keeps you safe and whether or not hiding keeps you safe or attacking keeps you safe.

"In other seasons - between Season 1 and Season 2, certainly - we sort of left with a whole lot of plot we needed to answer, and we intentionally didn't leave ourselves with a whole lot of plot to answer for in Season 3.

"So it's more emotional within; we write everything through the marriage.

"So for us, it's all about that marriage."

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Topics: TV and Film, Netflix, Trailer, US

Anish Vij
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