The second season of the hit crime drama Narcos: in February of this year Mexico aired on Netflix. Viewers already anticipate the news about season 3.
The show is a sequel to the hit Netflix series Narcos, starring Diego Luna and Michael Peña. The Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar, joined the rise, while the Mexican drug trade based Narcos: The Guadalajara Cartel rise in Mexico. Narcos:
You’ve come to the right place if you’re curious whether or not Narcos: Mexico will get another season. So far, here is what we know about a possible Narcos: Season 3 in Mexico.
Despite Netflix’s absence of word on the Narcos renewal, Mexico was believed to have been renovated for months for season three several months prior to a successful October 2020 announcement.
Latin pop star Bad Bunny showed in an interview with Rolling Stone that he filmed scenes as a member of Narcos earlier this year. However, the production of the series had to be delayed because of the coronavirus.
This interview arrived on 14 May 2020 and Poor Bunny revealed in an interview that he is planning to fire Narcos later this year.
The Hollywood Reporter on October 28, 2020, says it has formally revived the program but is swapping out its showcase for the third season.
For the third season, Carlo Bernard will take over Eric Newman’s show duties.
THR also notes that it is not known if Diego Luna appears as Netflix did not guarantee that Scoot McNairy will return.
Running cast of season 3:
- Scoot McNairy
- Jose Maria Yazpik
- Alberto Ammann
- Alfonso Dosal
- Mayra Hermosillo
- Matt Letscher
- Manuel Masalva,
- Alejandro Edda
- Gorka Lasaosa.
Even if Félix Gallardo’s history is over, we are hoping for a bloodbath for Narcos’ third season: Mexico.
While Félix had been the head of Guadalajara during his lifetime, he was quickly shattered in a few falls swoops, and despite the strength and control, it had accrued.
On a visit to Felix by DEA agent Wal Breslin in custody, we heard about what is happening in the federal state of the DEA and all the law enforcement agencies. Félix was accurate because if all the plazas operated unanimously, then they would have been able to drive the Colombians out and raise trillions.
Both of the plazas, who now have their own respective gangs, will inevitably battle each other without Félix as the figurehead of all the ties. Félix kept peace in Mexico all that time, but “all animals go free” now and there are conflict and bloodshed.
Between Tijuana and Sinaloa, there is bad blood and the two cartels go to war from what we know of the past. With Félix in jail, a new adversary will be expected, and it will not be anyone else but Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. The drug war has just begun.