There’s something inexplicable about a satisfying series coming to an end that evokes delightfully visceral responses from viewers, especially if that ending is controversial. “Ozark,” the sleeper Netflix show that, like its oft-compared predecessor “Breaking Bad,” skyrocketed to become a bonafide smash hit in its later seasons, went out in flashy, action-packed fashion. Its final moments were galling, heartbreaking, and infuriating – all of the emotions one would expect from a show that has earned a top spot on many shortlists for best TV dramas.
Though audiences’ sentiments are divided on how the series ended, there are two elements that have historically united “Ozark” fans from all walks of life:
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