Jason Bateman visited "The Tonight Show" on Friday, April 22 to promote the seven final episodes of the "Ozark" of Netflix, which will be debuted later this month.
When the host Jimmy Fallon asked if the decidedly dark drama could see that the Amorted Byrdde family has a happy ending
"With the final season, everything was like, 'Well, how are we going to finish it?'
Jason Bateman:Should the Byrde family pay an invoice, you know? Like, should they get away with him? Should not you not? Bateman explained.
Jason Bateman:According to Bateman, the end of "Ozrk" should be satisfactory for fans.
"We hope that the audience thinks, 'Ah, have threaded the needle between a happy ending, but they are limping," he said.
Meanwhile, in another part of the interview, Bateman confirms Fallon's accusation, that the only reason he left "tonight"
Jason Bateman had originally been reserved in "The Late Show"
Until the appearance had to be discarded when the host of Stephen Colbert proved positive for Covid-19.
The final batch of the episodes of "Ozark" will be available to transmit on Friday, April 29.
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