Netflix unveils Ozark final season premiere date alongside new footage
"Today is a beginning." And today we also find out the premiere date for Ozark's final season.
After those words from Navarro (Felix Solis) ended last year's bloody season three finale, they now end Netflix's latest look at the addicting series, which will return on January 21, 2022 with the first half of season four.
As a reminder, the Jason Bateman and Laura Linney-led drama ends in 14 episodes - four more than any of the first three seasons. However, this expanded order will be split in two, with the last 7 installments debuting later in 2022.
To find out before the January 21 premiere, check out the first look at Season 4 and EW's Season 3 postmortem with showrunner Chris Mundy.
"If we're lucky enough to get a fourth season, I think it will be about whether Ruth can really create something of her own that she wants and is sustainable, or whether she wants something different," teased Mundy before the last season officially green light. "And I think it will be about whether the Byrdes can turn the biggest mistake of their life into this huge advantage, and how much will the karma catch up with them if they do it?"
Check out the video above.
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