It is an odd thing, to write an appreciation for a series when 

you're not entirely sure if it is a great television show. 

And yet, here I am, dissecting the complicated legacy of Netflix's Ozark,  

which drops its final seven episodes on the streamer today. 

I've been a fan of the show since its very first episode in 2017, when Jason Bateman offered 

a compelling and resonant portrait of a man under serious pressure:  

drawing were 11, 36, 61, 62, and 68, and the Powerball was 4.  

now that we are near the end of that journey, it's likely Ozark will be remembered more as a clever thrill ride 

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