"There’s not much else we can add about the series at this point, and in its last season, it’s not doing anything different from the prior three seasons," says Dustin Rowles. "It is what it is, and either you like Ozark or you don’t, although whether you like it or not may have no bearing on whether you’re still watching. It’s a good binge. It’s hard to deny. Ozark is heart-attack TV. The entire point of the series seems to be to try and stress out viewers as much as possible. It’s the television equivalent of a rubber band stretched to its limit. Will it break? Or will it hold? Do we care? Because save for Julia Garner’s Ruth Langmore, these are not particularly likable characters, but we care about them just enough not to want to see them die. Barely."