The end is in sight for Ozark fans and to tide fans over until the final episodes drop, Netflix has surprised viewers fans with a brand new trailer for the second half of season 4.
But as people watched the eerie first look on Wednesday night, some were left seriously confused by one particular detail about the new episodes.
Watch the trailer below:
The trailer focuses on Julia Garner's troubled character Ruth, but after the teaser clip was released online, fans are pondering the naming for the new episodes and whether the show is actually ending.
"So is this part two the end of the series or just season?" one fan asked on Twitter.
Another Ozark viewer responded with: "Final episodes for this season or final episodes for the whole series????????"
And a third wrote: "Wait so you tryna tell me that there aren’t any more seasons planned and this is the end?"
Other fans were left baffled by the short break between part one, which dropped in January this year, and part two. "That’s like the shortest break ever lol I feel like they only split S4 so Netflix could try to ensure people didn’t cancel until after all of S4 was out," one fan on Reddit quipped.
While one Ozark fanatic posted their theory in the Reddit thread dedicated to the show. They said: "Season 4 being of part 1 & 2, is actually season 4 & season 5. I don't think they wanted to say it that way bc there wasn't [supposed] to be a season 5."
Fans rest assured because there is a reason behind the labeling of the two parts of season 4.
Netflix confirmed Ozark would return for a supersized fourth and final season in June 2020. There are 14 episodes in total, with seven in the first half and the final seven set to be released in April.
Ozark’s showrunner Chris Mundy explained why he and Netflix came to the decision to split the final season. “We always thought five [seasons] was the outside number,” Mundy told TheWrap on when he initially believed the show would end.
“It just felt like after that – we didn’t want to repeat ourselves, we didn’t want the show to feel like it was continuing because it was a TV show and it had to continue.
“So really the decision has always been between is it four [seasons] or is it five [seasons], and then Netflix hit upon the idea of saying, ‘We’ll do four but we’ll make it long and split it in this way,’ and that felt perfect."
Ozark season 4 part 2 drops 29th April on Netflix.