The Byrdes 14-year-old son Jonah starts laundering in new Ozark trailer – Daily Mail

The Byrdes 14-year-old son Jonah starts laundering in new Ozark trailer – Daily Mail

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There’s a new member of the Byrde family getting into the money-laundering business – teenager Jonah (Skylar Gaertner) – in the latest trailer for the fourth and final season of Netflix’s Ozark.

Season four will be divided into two parts with the first seven episodes streaming January 21, and the final seven episodes do not yet have an air date.

Julia Garner – who’s back in her two-time Emmy-winning role as criminal Ruth Langmore – asks Jonah: ‘What if you did the laundering for me?’  

What could possibly go wrong? There's a new member of the Byrde family getting into the money-laundering business - teenager Jonah (Skylar Gaertner) - in the latest trailer for the fourth and final season of Netflix's Ozark

What could possibly go wrong? There’s a new member of the Byrde family getting into the money-laundering business – teenager Jonah (Skylar Gaertner) – in the latest trailer for the fourth and final season of Netflix’s Ozark

Upon hearing this development, Jonah’s criminal father Marty (Jason Bateman) remarks: ‘Jesus, laundering at 14.’

Marty’s wife and partner in crime Wendy (Laura Linney) replies: ‘Do not be proud of him right now.’

The two-minute teaser paints this as a bad sign as Mexican drug kingpin Omar Navarro (Felix Solis) could be heard warning Byrde: ‘Your greatest threat will always come from the inside, Marty. Never forget that.’

Omar offers the Byrds a chance to get out from under his thumb if they broker an immunity deal with the FBI, so he can safely move to the States to start a new life. 

Julia Garner - who's back in her two-time Emmy-winning role as criminal Ruth Langmore - asks Jonah: 'What if you did the laundering for me?'

She makes the offer after Jonah says: 'You know she's crazy, right?'

Julia Garner – who’s back in her two-time Emmy-winning role as criminal Ruth Langmore – asks Jonah: ‘What if you did the laundering for me?’

Upon hearing this development, Jonah's criminal father Marty (Jason Bateman) remarks: 'Jesus, laundering at 14'

Upon hearing this development, Jonah’s criminal father Marty (Jason Bateman) remarks: ‘Jesus, laundering at 14’

Marty's wife and partner in crime Wendy (Laura Linney) replies: 'Do not be proud of him right now'

Marty’s wife and partner in crime Wendy (Laura Linney) replies: ‘Do not be proud of him right now’

The two-minute teaser paints this as a bad sign as Mexican drug kingpin Omar Navarro (Felix Solis) could be heard warning Byrde: 'Your greatest threat will always come from the inside, Marty. Never forget that'

The two-minute teaser paints this as a bad sign as Mexican drug kingpin Omar Navarro (Felix Solis) could be heard warning Byrde: ‘Your greatest threat will always come from the inside, Marty. Never forget that’

‘You two are celebrities. You will use your influence,’ Navarro says.

‘I will walk away from my business. I will be free of the threat of arrest or assassination and to move freely between the United States. Do this and you are free of your obligation to me.’

However, FBI Special Agent Maya Miller (Jessica Frances Dukes) ‘expects more than he’s willing to give’ in the dicey deal.

The Byrds also send a sinister warning from the Navarro cartel to their Ozark rival Darlene (Lisa Emery) and former protégée Ruth. 

'You will use your influence': Omar (L) offers the Byrds a chance to get out from under his thumb if they broker an immunity deal with the FBI, so he can safely move to the States without the threat of arrest or assassination

‘You will use your influence’: Omar (L) offers the Byrds a chance to get out from under his thumb if they broker an immunity deal with the FBI, so he can safely move to the States without the threat of arrest or assassination

'What's so important?' The Byrds also send a sinister warning from the Navarro cartel to their Ozark rival Darlene (Lisa Emery) and former protégée Ruth

‘What’s so important?’ The Byrds also send a sinister warning from the Navarro cartel to their Ozark rival Darlene (Lisa Emery) and former protégée Ruth

Marty says: 'They've been made aware that you intend to start producing heroin again. They have instructed us to warn you they're response is going to be quick and it's going to be brutal'

Marty says: ‘They’ve been made aware that you intend to start producing heroin again. They have instructed us to warn you they’re response is going to be quick and it’s going to be brutal’

Marty warns Ruth: 'Don't get yourself killed'

Ruth flatly replied: 'Like you f***ing care'

After telling Ruth not to get herself killed, she flatly replied: ‘Like you f***ing care’

‘They’ve been made aware that you intend to start producing heroin again,’ Marty says.

‘They have instructed us to warn you they’re response is going to be quick and it’s going to be brutal.’

After telling Ruth not to get herself killed, she flatly replied: ‘Like you f***ing care.’ 

Assassination attempt? There's also a shot of the Byrd family driving in an SUV just as an 18-wheeler truck intentionally swerving in their lane ready to hit them head on

Assassination attempt? There’s also a shot of the Byrd family driving in an SUV just as an 18-wheeler truck intentionally swerving in their lane ready to hit them head on

The preview shows the SUV careening off the road and flipping over two times

The phrase 'no one gets out clean' flashes on the screen

Blood on everyone’s hands: The preview shows the SUV careening off the road and flipping over two times as the phrase ‘no one gets out clean’ flashes on the screen

The press release stated: 'They find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks but some past sins won't stay buried and the most dangerous threats come from blood'

The press release stated: ‘They find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks but some past sins won’t stay buried and the most dangerous threats come from blood’

At the helm: Bateman is not only executive producer, he won an Emmy Award for directing an episode of Ozark in 2018

At the helm: Bateman is not only executive producer, he won an Emmy Award for directing an episode of Ozark in 2018

There’s also a shot of the Byrd family driving in an SUV just as an 18-wheeler truck intentionally swerving in their lane ready to hit them head on.

The preview shows the SUV careening off the road and flipping over two times as the phrase ‘no one gets out clean’ flashes on the screen.

‘They find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks but some past sins won’t stay buried and the most dangerous threats come from blood,’ the press release stated. 

That's a wrap! The cast and crew of Ozark posed for this epic shot after concluding production

That’s a wrap! The cast and crew of Ozark posed for this epic shot after concluding production

Season four will feature newcomers Alfonso Herrera, Adam Rothenberg, Ali Stroker, Bruce Davison, Bruno Bichir, CC Castillo, Damian Young, Felix Solis, Katrina Lenk, and Veronica Falcón.

Linney pulls double duty on Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams’ critically-acclaimed crime drama as she also serves as executive producer.

And Bateman is not only executive producer, he won an Emmy Award for directing an episode of Ozark in 2018.

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