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In April 2022, ‘Ozark’ Season 4 Part 2 will be available on Netflix

ByRachel Ramras

May 3, 2022

Ozark was dubbed a Breaking Bad clone and panned for its bland feel when it initially aired in the summer of 2017. That’s not a descriptor that can be used to one of Netflix’s most gripping shows after four seasons and six years. Ozark’s family money-laundering drama has become one of television’s most consistently stunning and darkly comic shows.

 

It’s all coming to an end this month, sadly. Are you looking for a way to catch up on Ozark’s final seven episodes? You’re safe with us.

 

When will the second installment of Ozark Season 4 be available on Netflix?

 

Ozark, like April, is almost to a close. Ozark Season 4’s final batch of episodes will premiere on Friday, April 29. This next instalment, like the first, will consist of seven episodes.

 

On Netflix, when will Ozark Season 4, Part 4 premiere?

 

You know the drill if you’re a Netflix originals fan. On Friday, April 29 at 3:01 a.m. ET, Ozark Season 4 Part 2 will premiere. Don’t worry if the new episodes don’t appear immediately. New content can take a few minutes to load on streaming platforms. The episodes should appear if you refresh your app or browser.

 

Part 2 trailers for Ozark season 4

Marty complains to Wendy about having “blood on my hands” and wonders if it worries her in the full-length trailer for Ozark season 4 part 2. She simply sighs while sipping from a bottle. “You’re desperate to play the nice guy,” says the narrator.

 

If the past three and a half seasons have taught us anything, it’s that Marty is anything but a nice person.

 

Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner), a “cursed Langmore long inured to violence and death,” is the subject of the first Ozark season 4 part 2 teaser trailer. Except, maybe not quickly enough in this case.

 

What Happened in Part 1 of Ozark Season 4?

 

They were so close to being clean the last time we met the Byrde family. The Navarro cartel and the FBI came to an agreement thanks to Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney). The FBI decided to offer Omar Navarro (Felix Solis) protection in exchange for him returning to manage the cartel for another five years, allowing the FBI to destroy the organisation from inside while profiting from all of the cash seized. Omar reluctantly agreed to these demands, and the Byrdes appeared to be on their way out.

 

That’s when Jessica Frances Dukes’ character, Agent Maya Miller, entered the picture. Maya organised an operation to arrest Omar after learning that the US government was negotiating with a prominent drug lord. As a result, Marty and Wendy were forced to take their deal to Omar’s less stable nephew, Javi (Alfonso Herrera). Marty was beaten up as a result of the negotiation, but it was successful. Javi eventually consented to the FBI’s terms, allowing Marty and Wendy to escape the cartel.

 

We’re talking about Javi, though. This man isn’t satisfied with thrashing a business associate. Javi killed Darlene (Lisa Emery) and Wyatt (Charlie Tahan) in vengeance for Darlene’s continuous heroin trafficking near the end of “Sanctified.” Season 4, Part 1 ended with Ruth (Julia Garner) discovering who murdered her loving cousin. It’s possible that if she achieves her vengeance, all of our beloved characters will perish. As you start viewing the finale, keep those high stakes in mind.

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