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Ozark Season 4: Release Date Announcement and Plot Details

Ozark Season 4 Updates: The most popular show on Netflix “Ozark” is an American crime drama. The story of the series is created by Mark Williams and Bill Dubuque. It is the original show of Netflix Originals. It has an 8.4 rating on IMDb and 81% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Release Date of Ozark Season 4:

The crime drama “Ozark” has already released its three seasons. Now it’s announced for the fourth installment.

The cast of Season 4

Ozark Season 4

The main starring roles will be similar to the previous season. Jason Bateman will be joining Martin Byrde who is Wendy’s husband and Charlotte and Jonah’s father. He is a self-employed financial advisor based in Chicago in 2007. Laura Linney will be acting as Wendy Byrde who is Marty’s wife and Charlotte and Jonah’s mother. She is a public relations operative for political campaigns.

Julia Garner will be returning as Ruth Langmore who is a young woman and is part of a local criminal family. Sofia Hublitz will be returning as Charlotte Byrde who is Marty and Wendy’s teenage daughter. Skylar Gaertner will act as Jonah Byrde who is Marty and Wendy’s teenage son in Ozark Season 4.

IN Ozark Season 4, Adam Rothenberg will be joining Mel Sattem who is a disgraced former cop turned private investigator. Felix Solis will play the role of Omar Navarro who is the leader of a Mexican drug cartel for whom the Byrdes are laundering money. Alfonso Herrera will be joining as Javi Elizonndro who is a lieutenant for the Navarro cartel. Damian Young will join as Jim Rattelsdorf who is Wilkes’ right-hand man and becomes an ally of the Byrdes.


The official trailer of the series Ozark season 4 is not released yet. But there is a promo on YouTube and it is 150 seconds long.


It is the story of a financial advisor, Martin Byrde, and his family. He came to Missouri from Chicago. A Mexican drug cartel’s money-laundering scheme went wrong, Martin was advised to take an operation on bigger laundering in Missouri. In Missouri, he laundered $500 million in the next five years.