Netflix will release the first part of the fourth and final season of Ozark on January 21. The launching time should be 5 am.
Earlier, on social media, Netflix had confirmed the timing of the release. Titles that are not original to the service are scheduled for midnight.
The original had time at 4 in the morning. However, that timing has changed since late 2021, as the last major release came at 5 PM.
In addition, the time already published in places such as the United States and the United Kingdom is closer to this new time. So, it’s more of a guarantee that Ozark fans will start watching at 5 PM.
What is certain is that the episodes finally come out on January 21st. Watch the trailer for the first part of the fourth season below.
More about Ozark on Netflix
Speaking about the cancellation, Chris Mundy confirmed that he wants the story to end, with the series still at its peak. So, it seems, Ozark should come full circle on Netflix, naturally.
“A longer season means bigger problems for Byrdes. I’m excited to end with a bang. We’re glad Netflix recognized that we needed a little more time to finish Byrdes’ story.”
As such, Ozark has another good reason to draw comparisons to Breaking Bad — as do fans and critics. The famous series also ended with a planned ending by the producers, which made it even more praised by fans.
In the Ozarks, after a money laundering scheme goes awry, Marty Byrd (Jason Bateman) moves his family from a suburb of Chicago, Illinois to the Ozarks, Missouri.
The first three seasons of the platform’s Breaking Bad Ozark are now available on Netflix. The fourth and final one comes on January 21, 2022.