Ozark Season 4

Ozark, using its epic storyline and great acting, has had fans hooked because of its premiere in July 2017. With three seasons already out, fans are asking for the fourth episode.

The show follows a financial planner, Marty Byrde (played by Jason Bateman), who is forced to relocate Ozark out of Chicago and settle there together with his family of four following a money laundering seal goes wrong. Together with their security at stake, the household cuts a deal with a Mexican drug lord to keep them secure. Living in a summer resort community with their fate hanging in the balance, the household is forced to reconnect.

The series, made by Bill Dubuque (“The Accountant,” The Judge”), has had three very successful seasons with an IMDb evaluation of 8.4/10. The series received four nominations at the Golden Globes this year and Julia Garner (who plays Ruth Langmore) bagged the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the 2020 Emmy Awards.

Ozark Season 4: Is Jonah Leaving His Family?

Ozark Season 4

Marty Byrde and their wife Wendy’s son, Jonah (played by Skylar Gaertner), have had rather a transformative journey during the three seasons. Season one saw him as a na├»ve schoolboy annoyed at being relocated by his parents out of the blue to becoming a tech-savvy teenager establishing an illegal bank accounts.

While he’s gone through so much in the previous seasons, the next season seemed like a serious test for him because the finale showed his discovering the truth behind his uncle Ben Davis’ (played by Tom Pelphrey) passing.

After studying how his mother was involved in killing her brother and his beloved uncle, Jonah shot up their family house in the summer finale, representing that he had had enough of his parents’ criminal activities along with perpetual lies.

Starry Mag, Gaertner revealed that there might be a huge change in Jonah’s relations with his family. He said that Jonah had always been”in crossroads” with his loved ones but always stuck by them. But this new item of information could “topple all that.”

It remains to be seen if Jonah would leave his loved ones and their manners behind and embark on his own will he continue remaining by their side.