real motive for Ruth's murder Javi, the showrunner, speaks out about the pace

The fourth and final season of Ozark's showrunner revealed the real reason Ruth killed Javi so quickly. 

With the publication of its fourth and final season in April, Netflix's popular crime series Ozark abruptly came to an end. The showrunner explained why it happened early in the season as Ruth Langmore (played by Julia Garner) eventually sought retribution for the loss of her cherished cousin in episode eight. 

Ruth was on the hunt for Javi Elizonndro (Alfonso Herrara) for the majority of season four's first half after learning he was accountable for her cousin's passing. 

A few hours after their wedding, Wyatt Langmore (Charlie Tahan) and his bride Darlene Snell (Lisa Emery) were murdered, only to be discovered by Ruth. 

The third season's finale ended with Ruth furious and in her car, ready to shoot whoever had done it. 

Ruth found the couple and stalked them in the hopes that they would soon meet up. However, she had only recently learned about Javi and had no idea of what he looked like. Nevertheless, she drove to Chicago knowing he had business with Wendy Bryde (Laura Linney) and her husband Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman). 

But as time passed and all she had was a picture of Javi, she started to regret her choice. 

Marty found her and confronted her, telling her to return home. Ruth was about to comply until she noticed Marty and Wendy having dinner meetings with businesspeople—exactly the kind of life Ruth had imagined for herself and Wyatt. 

Once more furious, Ruth interrupted the meal and ordered the Byrdes and their business partner Clare Shaw (Katrina Lenk) to leave the restaurant and report to the office. 

Wendy called Javi to the offices under false pretenses in try to fix the problem, and when he showed there Ruth shot him dead without hesitation. 

Chris Mundy, the show's creator, was questioned about how quickly the revenge was carried out given that season four contained 14 episodes and Javi's killing occurred in episode eight. 

He said to Gold Derby: "We generally tried not to drudge things out in our tale. 

We have placed more importance on having things occur than on dealing with the emotional consequences.


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