Ozark Season 4: Nelson and Jonah confirmed as star shares peek at return
Ozark Season 4 Updates: As the fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming season of the crime drama of Netflix, a major hint has been revealed about season four. Nelson (played by Nelson Bonilla) is going to make a comeback to Ozark. In season two, Nelson was first introduced to the viewers as the resident assassin of the Navarro cartel.
Nelson has mostly made an appearance on the screen whenever he was ordered to kill someone. As he was quite unafraid to pull the trigger, he was also behind a majority of the deaths and murders that were committed in the Missouri Ozarks.
The fans would have also remembered in season three when he was hired to kill the marriage therapist of Byrde, Sue Shelby (Marylouise Burke), as it was feared she knows about the money laundering operation they were going on. With the ongoing production of Ozark Season 4, the actor has confirmed his return to the show.
Ozark Season 4: Nelson and Jonah confirmed their returning
He also took to Instagram stories and shared a sneak peek of his on-set place name card and captioned of that He’s back yo.
This undoubtedly means that there will be going to be more death, but the fans have presumed that he could be the one receiving the fatal bullet.
In that season three, Nelson was hired by the lawyer of Navarro, Helen Pierce (Janet McTeer) for killing Ben Davis (Tom Pelphrey).
After Ben has been stopped taking the bipolar medication he went out of control when he had learned his sister Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) and her husband were Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) were in the charge of washing cash for the Navarro Cartel.
This was going to a big deal because the family of Byrde had relocated from Chicago to the Ozarks to launder $500 million dollars in under eight years for the cartel and Ben was threatened to risk it all.
The final straw has been broken when he told the daughter of Helen, Erin Pierce (Madison Thompson) that her mother used to work for the cartel.
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