Season 4 of “Ozark” debuts on Netflix this coming Jan. 21. Witness the trailers and teasers below, and the climax to Season 3.
It will be a bloodbath. Paramount’s “Yellowstone” has resumed in that fashion. (HBO’s “Succession” is a mental bloodbath.)
Those three shows are in a vein pioneered by “The Sopranos” and “Oz” on HBO, and by “Breaking Bad” on AMC: There are few, if any, sympathetic characters. There’s no one to root for.
But they’re nonetheless among the greatest television shows of all time.
If “Ozark” isn’t the bloodiest TV program ever, it’s certainly close, and is very graphic.
For example, I’ve never gone to a party where I had to clean somebody else’s blood and brains from my face and hair before I even got a drink or anhors d'oeuvre.