Right now, watch a teaser for Ozark’s final season.


Right now, you can watch a teaser for Ozark’s Final Season.

Fans of Ozark, fasten your seatbelts and prepare for a bumpy trip down memory lane.

Season four of the critically acclaimed family drama, which will premiere on Netflix in January, has received a new teaser and photos.

The year is 2022.

The trailer opens with a car crash scene and takes us on a nostalgic journey through all three previous seasons.

As we flashback to years of despair, smoke gently leaks out of a flipped over SUV on the side of the road.

“Decisions are made by humans.

They carry out actions.

Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) says in voice-over, “And that makes things happen.”

“It snowballs.”

Other people are compelled to make decisions as a result of it.”

Then, in front of our eyes, the Byrde family saga flashes back.

Every bad decision they’ve ever made is visible to us.

(Let’s just say they don’t exactly have a good track record.)

“The circle keeps turning.

The snowball is still rolling.

People make decisions from time to time, and you must act in accordance with their decisions or risk dying in a hole.”

The fast rewind highlights everything that has made Ozark one of the most talked-about shows on the platform.

After Helen’s (Janet McTeer) messy tragic ending, Marty and Wendy (Laura Linney) are free to rise to the top of Navarro’s empire.

Another chance to get out of the Ozarks for good appears to be on the horizon, but dangerous threats continue to obstruct the way.

Fortunately for fans, Ruth (Julia Garner), everyone’s favorite foul-mouthed local, is back, as first look photos reveal.

Mel Sattem (Adam Rothenberg), a disgraced ex-cop turned private investigator, has arrived in the neighborhood to get Helen’s signature on her divorce papers.

When he knocks on her door, he walks right into the literal dirty laundry that is strewn across her lawn (so many pesky blood stains!).

This is going to be a thrilling ride.

Take a look at the above Ozark clip.

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