Jason Bateman drama Ozark will END after fourth and final season on Netflix

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Jason Bateman drama Ozark will END after fourth and final season on Netflix

Jason Bateman drama Ozark will END after fourth and final season on Netflix... which will get 14 episodes up from the usual 10By Samee

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Jason Bateman drama Ozark will END after fourth and final season on Netflix… which will get 14 episodes up from the usual 10

The dark Netflix drama Ozark will end after its fourth season.

Three seasons have already dropped on the streaming platform, each comprised of 10 episodes that last over 50 minutes apiece.

However the fourth season will give fans a little bit extra and run for 14 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

End of the road: The dark Netflix drama Ozark will end after its fourth season; Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are pictured on the series

End of the road: The dark Netflix drama Ozark will end after its fourth season; Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are pictured on the series

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney star on the program as a couple from the Chicago suburbs who move to the Ozark Mountains with their teenage children.

While they launder money for a Mexican drug cartel they find themselves contending with the dangers of the local criminal underworld.

‘A super-sized season means super-sized problems for the Byrdes. I’m excited to end with a bang(s),’ said Jason of the news. 

Showrunner Chris Mundy, who previously said he planned five seasons of the show, has also remarked on the news of a lengthened season four.

Rollout: Three seasons have already dropped on the streaming platform, each comprised of 10 episodes that last over 50 minutes apiece

Rollout: Three seasons have already dropped on the streaming platform, each comprised of 10 episodes that last over 50 minutes apiece

Expansion: However the fourth season will give fans a little bit extra and run for 14 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Expansion: However the fourth season will give fans a little bit extra and run for 14 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Chris shared: ‘We’re so happy Netflix recognized the importance of giving Ozark more time to end the Byrdes’ saga right.’

He added: ‘It’s been such a great adventure for all of us – both on screen and off – so we’re thrilled to get the chance to bring it home in the most fulfilling way possible.’ 

Created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams, Ozark dropped its first season on Netflix in 2017 and its latest this March.

‘We’ve always talked about it as five seasons,’ Chris said last year at a panel discussion moderated by The Hollywood Reporter.

Feted: Julia Garner (pictured) has won an acting Emmy for the program, which has also scored nominations for Jason and Laura as well as for best drama series

Feted: Julia Garner (pictured) has won an acting Emmy for the program, which has also scored nominations for Jason and Laura as well as for best drama series

Troubled times: Although the show typically dropped a season each year it is currently unknown when season four will be able to be filmed on account of coronavirus

Troubled times: Although the show typically dropped a season each year it is currently unknown when season four will be able to be filmed on account of coronavirus

‘It could be four, it could be seven…but that always seemed like a good number to us,’ the showrunner added.

Although the show typically dropped a season each year it is currently unknown when season four will be able to be filmed on account of coronavirus.

However Jason and Laura, as well as Sophia Hublitz and Skylar Gaertner who play their children, are all slated to come back as are Lisa Emery and Charlie Tahan.

Julia Garner has won an acting Emmy for the program, which has also scored nominations for Jason and Laura as well as for best drama series. 

'They are all in': Created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams, Ozark dropped its first season on Netflix in 2017 and its latest this March

‘They are all in’: Created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams, Ozark dropped its first season on Netflix in 2017 and its latest this March

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