Ozark is a strong contender to become one of Netflix’s best. The story revolves around the Byrde family who features parental figures in Marty and Wendy and their 2 teenage children in Charlotte and Jonah. They were living a completely normal life, not until they were relocated to a completely different place. From the suburbs of the city of Chicago to a small community in Ozarks, Missouri. The series has the family being involved in the planet of the Mexican drug cartel.
Created by the great Bill Dubuque, the drama series from Netflix stars Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, Laura Linney as Wendy Byrde, Sofia Hublitz as their teenage daughter, and Skylar Gaertner as their teenage son. They are who make up the Byrde family. Alongside Dubuque are executive producers Jason Bateman, Mark Williams, and Duque himself with Media Rights Capital as their production house.
People are in love with the show, taking it to Twitter how it was wonderfully made and binge-able––something we’re all looking for these days. However, there is no news about its fourth season just yet. On the 31st of August 2018, the second season of the show aired while the third season aired on the 27th of March 2020. Unfortunately, the show is but only 2 months old now and with the current situation––it’s difficult to talk renewal status. Normally, it would take Netflix around 1 to 2 months before they officially announce the comeuppance of a renewal, but things are obviously moving slower than expected because of the current coronavirus pandemic.
I almost never watch tv, but I’m currently helplessly addicted to a show called Ozark. It’s so incredibly well written, acted, casted, & directed.
— Happy Chichester (@HappyChichester) June 12, 2020
Y’all wasn’t lying about Ozark being hella bingable….shew
— Jacob Roland (@JRolNation) June 15, 2020
If things do sail smoothly and Ozark gets to bag its fourth season, then we can expect it around April of 2021.
No official dates have been released yet, though. There is still an alarming number of cases in the world that we should first take notice of. For now, all we can really do is hope for the best.