The successful crime drama of the Netflix platform, Ozark, came to an end on April 29, 2022, after airing the second part of its fourth and final season. Where viewers enjoyed a total of 44 violent episodes full of murders and betrayals since its first installment. Now, many are hoping the show will get a spin-off because of the way the story ended. However, this is what has been revealed Ending spoiler alert!
Over its four-season, five-year span, Ozark has racked up a ton of accolades, including two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series, as well as a loyal fan base. But, despite its fame, showrunner Chris Mundy always intended to close the drama with four or five seasons, which is why Netflix ended up canceling it.
However, despite the shocking ending to Ozark and its cancellation, it doesn’t necessarily mean the Byders’ story is over or the rest of the Missouri team just yet. For that reason, talk of a spin-off series has already begun to churn in the rumor mill.
But, earlier this year Chris Mundy was talking about some details about a possible spin-off of Ozark, hinting that there is a possibility, but that they were looking to finish the main drama in the best possible way on the Netflix platform.
“It’s certainly something that’s been brought up by a number of people. Never say never, but right now we want to make sure we land this one the best we can.”
Favorite character from the show, Ruth Langmore (played by Julia Garner) has floated around the Ozark sphere numerous times as far as potential spinoff goes, but what happened to her at the end with her unexpected final death puts a sad nail on the head. in the coffin of that idea, unless it’s from your past.
On top of that, the end of Ozark showed that there are very few interesting characters left alive to be able to star in a spin-off. Although Jonah Byrde (Skylar Gaertner) is the most likely and interesting choice for a titular spinoff character, especially after murdering Mel Sattem (Adam Rothenberg), which could set off a chain of events that could lead him down a complex path.
It only remains to wait for the official data from the Netflix platform and the popularity that the end of Ozark obtained, so that both the streaming giant and the showrunner Chris Mundy confirm a spin-off for this incredible crime drama.
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