Ozark Season 4 Part 2 – The DVDfever Review – Netflix – Jason Bateman

Ozark Season 4 Part 2 Ozark Season 4 Part 2 is almost here on Netflix. Yes, the final part of the finale! After this, there is no more!

Naturally, I’ll avoid any major spoilers, even after the programme is available to stream because half the fun in Ozark is coming across those moments which blindside you in an instant. You weren’t expecting them, and then BANG! There they are!

Part 1 was episodes 1-7, while part 2 is episode 8-14, and episode 8 starts with Ruth driving away from a particular location after witnessing… Yes, you know. (Hey, I’m not even spoiling what we saw weeks ago!)

Okay, NOTE: Beyond this point, I will assume you have seen all of Seasons 1-3 plus Season 4 Part 1, but I will avoid spoilers for Season 4 Part 2.

As things initially set out, Javi wants to renegotiate the deal put before him, while Ruth’s dead-set on getting revenge on the man, but will she get it? She never likes anyone to get the better of her, but she’s so hot-headed, you feel it would be easy for her to make a mistake.

Meanwhile, the Byrdes face some difficulties with their FBI plans, and try to get that back on track. In part 1, they were wanting to get out of everything completely clean. Can they manage it in part 2?

You feel like everything’s starting to ramp up another gear…

This was the last day on set on Ozark – Kevin Johnson

Essentially, there’s obviously not a huge amount I can say, and I wouldn’t want to give spoilers anyway even if I could – because the whole point of Ozark is to strap in and enjoy the ride. And if you’re reading this, you’ll have been watching everything up to the end of Season 4 Part 1, and so the chances of you missing Ozark Season 4 Part 2 are on a par of me marrying Jennifer Aniston next week.

Along the way, Ruth wants to get to the bottom of what happened to Wendy’s brother, Ben, while Sam’s getting into John-Boy’s bible study group… Okay, it’s not John-Boy, but Wendy’s father, Nathan Davis, played by Richard Thomas, but he was John-Boy in The Waltons. I’m not of the age to remember that first-hand from when it originated – apart from glancing at it occasionally when I was a kid, but nothing to which I was avidly paying attention.

One important question: How can Ruth’s outdoor sofa stay so clean when it’s so often exposed to the elements?

So, overall – up until the penultimate episode, Ozark Season 4 Part 2 is still great entertainment, but I wanted something huge as we get into the final approach. Will I get it? As I post this, I can’t say anything about the finale just yet, so stay tuned…

And following the Finale embargo at 8pm on Monday May 2nd, here’s some thoughts about the finale, and at the same time, I’ve added a finale score below:

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Thanks to our friends at Netflix for the screener prior to release.

Ozark Season 4 Part 2 is not available to pre-order on Blu-ray or DVD, but is on Netflix from Friday April 29th.

Ozark Season 4 Part 2 – Official Trailer – Netflix

Ozark Season 3 Recap – 8Clip

Episode 8 Score: 8/10
Episode 9 Score: 8/10
Episode 10 Score: 8/10
Episode 11 Score: 7/10
Episode 12 Score: 8/10
Episode 13 Score: 8/10
Episode 14 Score: 7/10

Detailed specs:

Running time: 55-71 mins per episode (7 episodes)
Release date: April 29th 2022
Studio: Netflix
Format: 2.10:1

Series Directors: Amanda Marsalis, Melissa Hickey, Laura Linney, Jason Bateman
Producers: Dana Scott, Paul Kolsby, Laura Deeley
Creators: Bill Dubuque, Mark Williams
Writers: Ning Zhou, Miki Johnson, Chris Mundy, John Shiban, Michael M Chang, Jed Rapp Goldstein, Miki Johnson
Music: Danny Bensi, Saunder Jurriaans

Marty Byrde: Jason Bateman
Wendy Byrde: Laura Linney
Charlotte Byrde: Sofia Hublitz
Jonah Byrde: Skylar Gaertner
Ruth Langmore: Julia Garner
Omar Navarro: Felix Solis
Javi Navarro: Alfonso Herrera
Special Agent Maya Miller: Jessica Frances Dukes
Sam Dermody: Kevin Johnson
Nathan Davis: Richard Thomas
Three Langmore: Carson Holmes
Frank Cosgrove Jr: Joseph Sikora
Mel Battem: Adam Rothenberg
Kerry Stone: Eric Ladin
Jim Rattelsdorf: Damian Young
Nelson: Nelson Bonilla