Ozark star Jason Bateman addresses the possibility of a season 5 or a movie down the line. First airing on Netflix in 2017, Ozark quickly became one of the streamer's most critically-acclaimed series.
Netflix released the final batch of episodes for the show's super-sized season 4 on April 29th, finally concluding the Byrde family saga.
Much to the surprise of many viewers, the Ozark finale sees the entire Byrde family make it through alive, with Jonah (Skylar Gaertner) shooting private investigator Mel Sattem (Adam Rothenberg).
Unfortunately, not all characters were so lucky, with fan-favorite character Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner) ultimately paying the price for killing Javi (Alfonso Herrera) earlier in the season.
While the Ozark season 4 ending isn't what many audiences would call "happy," it does certainly leave the door open for additional stories in the Ozark universe.
While the potential for more Ozark may sound tantalizing to many fans, the show ultimately delivered four very strong seasons and ended on a positive note; a fate not many shows experience.
An Ozark spinoff has already been discussed at Netflix, but it remains to be seen what the future holds for the original show.
If Bateman's comments are anything to go by, there's a chance that audiences haven't seen the last of the Byrdes.