INDIANAPOLIS — Netflix has announced its popular series "Ozark" will be back for its fourth and final season.
The streaming platform made the announcement on social media Tuesday morning.
"They're going to go out with a bang," a tweet from the Netflix account read. The tweet went on to say the final season will be 14 episodes.
The series, starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, follows a husband and wife who get involved in money laundering for a drug cartel. Bateman and Linney play Marty and Wendy Byrde, who move their family to Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to do business.
Deadline reports the final season will be split into two, seven-episode parts. The announcement of the upcoming season comes after Season 3 ended with a dramatic cliffhanger, leaving fans begging for more.
Since its premiere in 2017, the show has been nominated for dozens of awards. Bateman won the 2019 Emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series. Julia Garner, who plays Ruth Langmore, won the 2019 Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
The first three season are available to stream now on Netflix. The platform has not released a debut date for the final season.