Ozark Season 4 Part 2 brought the popular Netflix series to a close, leaving actors like Julia Garner to bid farewell to the characters they spent years embodying. Naturally, some of those goodbyes proved more painful than others. According to Garner, parting ways with Ruth Langmore left her feeling like she “was dying.”
Ozark Season 4 Part 2 recently brought the Netflix series to an end, closing the door on the Byrde family and Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner). Showrunner Chris Mundy recently spoke about crafting the characters’ fates for the final season. And it seems he faced a bit of a “dilemma” when it came to Ruth’s.
Ozark fans are still trying to process the events of the show’s final season — specifically, that major character’s death. It was so unexpected because of everything the character had already been through, but if you noticed, there was a sign it would happen from the start of Ozark Season 4 Part 2.
Hot take: the way Ozark ends makes perfect sense. Now that every episode of season 4 is available on Netflix, it’s time to celebrate the full-circle moments the series brought fans and mourn a significant loss from the Ozark finale. [SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for episodes of Ozark Season...
Ozark‘s final season is available on Netflix now. The thought put into this series rivals what Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould do with Better Call Saul, including callbacks to previous seasons. Here are all of the ways the last season of Ozark parallels plot points from the very first.
The final half of Ozark Season 4 Part 2 continues with episode 11 “Pound of Flesh and Still Kickin’.” A hand whose nails are getting polished, a fist, an I.V. bag, and a bicycle appear in the title card “O” — find out what they mean for the Byrdes in this installment of the Netflix series. Plus, some characters from the first season of Ozark appear; find out who.
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