Netflix drops Ozark new trailer before Season 4 part 2 begins next month

As the second part of Ozark season 4 is expected to be streamed on Netflix, next month, the popular platform had dropped a teaser to increase fans enthusiasm for the series. The new trailer could be the final one before the shows come back. It features the usual cast included Celebrity Jason Bateman (Marty) and Laura Linney (Wendy). Of course Julia Garner (Ruth) is also seen considering her pivotal role in Part 1 of the season.

The brief preview focuses more on the fallout of the events in the previous episodes. Ruth Langmore wants revenge while Wendy and Marty Byrde are more concerned with staying alive rather than being up to any new machinations.



Few hints have been dropped indicating that there most probably will be surprising twists and turns. Considering that it is the final season, this is almost expected by the viewers though it is difficult to gauge how the series will end due to multiple possibilities.

Fans have been eagerly anticipating part 2 as part 1 was released on January 21 and they have been waiting for more than three months to see the final episodes. The trailer suggests that Marty goes to Mexico. It also shows that a woman is cleaning blood from the floor. There are also other events including a car crash and a jail fight as well as a gala, making it difficult to anticipate what would come next. The trailer has a tagline that says, “The end justifies the means.”

As the popular award winning shows is reaching its end, Netflix will also release a 30-minute look that features behind-the-scenes moments as well as memories that are associated with the show.

Ozark has won a few Emmy awards. Julia Garner won the award for Best Supporting Actress in a drama series both in 2019 and in 2020. Jason Bateman won the Outstanding Director award, In 2019.


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