The final episodes of Ozark on their way, and that's great news, because fans definitely need answers after the game-changing drama in the first half of Season 4. After Ruth (Julia Garner) found Wyatt (Charlie Tahan) and Darlene (Lisa Emery) shot dead, she went straight to Marty (Jason Bateman) and Wendy (Laura Linney) and demanded to know who did it. Marty reluctantly told her it was Javi (Alfonso Herrera), the nephew of Omar Navarro (Felix Solis) who has taken over the cartel. Now the young money launderer is hell-bent on revenge, and it could get everyone killed.
Ruth knows the odds are stacked against her, but what else does she have to live for when the Langmores have essentially been wiped out? As for the Byrdes, we still have a lot of questions about how they ended up in the car crash that started Season 4, how Wendy is going to get herself out of hot water with that private detective looking into her brother's "disappearance," and whether the whole family is going down for money laundering at any point.
Here's everything we know about Ozark Season 4 Part 2 so far.
Ozark will return for its final episodes on Friday, April 29 on Netflix.
The official trailer for Ozark's final episodes dropped on March 29, and whew, things are getting intense. The most important news is that Ruth shoots Javi point-blank in the middle of the street. We see him get shot, but there's no confirmation that he's actually dead. It seems the Byrdes will go into damage control mode and return to Omar Navarro in hopes of restoring him as the head of the cartel after getting him sent to prison in the first part of the season. They need a Navarro in charge to continue supplying opium to the pharmaceutical company that is funding Wendy's political ambitions.
The question remains whether Ruth or the Byrdes will make it out of the final episodes alive. Given the intensity of the trailer, it definitely looks like the body count is going to increase before the show signs off.
Netflix previously released a teaser trailer for Season 4 Part 2 on Feb. 23.
Several new cast members were added to Season 4 in November 2020. Alfonso Herrera joined as Javi Elizonndro, a member of the Navarro family who walks a fine line between ambition and playing the obedient lieutenant. He has now taken over his uncle's cartel. Adam Rothenberg joined as Mel Sattem, a private detective with a much too keen interest in the Byrdes. Veronica Falcón and Ali Stroker played the sister of a drug cartel leader and an old friend of Ruth's, respectively.
CC Castillo (Outer Banks) joined the cast as new Sheriff Leigh Guerrero, who is not open to bribes from the town's more nefarious citizens. Meanwhile, Katrina Lenk (The Band's Visit) was added to the cast as Clare Shaw, the CEO of a prominent pharmaceutical company who reluctantly gets in bed with the Byrdes because she needs their heroin supply for a miracle drug her company supplies.
Ozark Season 4 Part 2 premieres Friday, April 29 on Netflix.
The first three and a half seasons of Ozark are now streaming.