Ozark boss shuts down fan theory that Wendy and her brother Ben faked his shock deathAugust 11, 2020
OZARK'S boss has shut down a fan theory that Wendy and her brother Ben faked his shock death.
Viewers were left horrified in season three when Wendy (Laura Linney) took out a hit on her own sibling (Tom Pelphrey).
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However, some fans are convinced that because they didn't get to see the actual moment Ben was killed, he could still be alive and embroiled in a death hoax with his sister and family.
Sadly for those viewers, show boss Chris Mundy has shot down the theory and insisted Ben won't be making a shock comeback in the fourth and final season.
Speaking at the Netflix drama’s Virtual PaleyFest panel, he said: "I love the fact that people love [Ben] enough to come up with that theory.
“I wish it were true. But it ain’t true.”
Ben died off-screen after Wendy told Helen his location, and soon after a hitman from a drug cartel bumped him off.
While Ben won't appear in person in season four, his death will play a huge part in the final season's storyline and raise the stakes for the Byrdes.
Chris told TVLine: "I think you’re gonna learn what they want their endgame to be.
"And they’re going to have to reckon with it a little bit… If they’re trying to [find] an out, they’ve got to figure out if that’s what they want.
"And, if so, what’s the version of it that they want?”
It was announced at the end of June that Ozark will end after its fourth season, leaving many fans devastated.
Ozark seasons 1-3 are available on Netflix.
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