Netflix's Tudum global fan event is approaching, and fans are excited to find out more about the upcoming projects the streaming giant plans to release within the next year. One of the most highly-anticipated shows is Ozark Season 4, which will be divided into two parts, and now, fans are treated with a new production update regarding the crime thriller ahead of the global fan event.
Over on Instagram, director Armanda Marsalis shared an on-set update, revealing that she's almost done with the four episodes she's helming for the final season of Ozark. Marsalis noted that there's one "episode left after this for the cast and crew", noting that we're getting close to see the show's huge 14-episode season.
Earlier this year, Ozark star Jason Bateman explained to Deadline how COVID-19 restrictions is affecting the pace of the show's prodcution. "As far as when it's gonna come out, it's really going to be reliant on, you know, if we can stay in production," Bateman said. "This sort of this race, the whole world is in between vaccinations and these variants. I mean, basically, it's going to get to us a whole lot quicker now that Joe Biden's got his hand on the wheel. It would have would have taken longer with the last administration, so I think we're gonna get it to TV sooner thanks to Uncle Joe."
Netflix hasn't announced the release date for Ozark Season 4, but expect the streaming giant to announce it within the next few months. You can read more details about Ozark Season 4 here.
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