This installment of “Narcos” delves deeper into the roots of the present drug war, starting with a time when the Mexican drug trade was a chaotic, disorganized confederation of independent growers and traffickers. In the 1980s, Felix Gallardo becomes the leader of the Guadalajara Cartel, bringing together drug traffickers to form an enterprise.
As DEA agent Kiki Camarena relocates his wife and small boy from California to Guadalajara for a new mission, he discovers that his task is more difficult than he anticipated. As Camarena gathers information about Gallardo and becomes more involved in the assignment, a catastrophic chain of events develops.
On November 16, 2018, the show made its Netflix premiere. It was supposed to be the fourth season of Netflix’s Narcos, but it was eventually developed as a companion show. Here’s what we know regarding the renewal of Season 3.
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Official Release Date
Netflix renewed the series for a third and final season on October 28, 2020. Although it was revealed that actor Diego Luna that he will not be reprising his role as Félix Gallardo.
On November 5, 2021, the third and last season will premiere. The season will consist of ten episodes. Well, we know it’s pretty exciting and that’s not the only news we’ve in store for you.
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Plot Reveal
Félix Gallardo, the crime syndicate boss, was sentenced to prison at the end of Season 2 for his numerous crimes. Narcos: Mexico is based on true events, and Season 3 is expected to focus on a number of real-life cartel commanders.
The third season of the show takes a brief detour into the 1990s drug scene. Because of the expanding internationalization of the drug trade, Mexico’s cartels are booming, but more money also means more peril. The upcoming season is going to be amazing and thrilling, and we will get to see a lot of things. Well, November 5th isn’t far away.
The Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Official Trailer Reveal
Along with the release date and upgrades, a trailer for the new Season was also released. “My Country was at war. A war that would change Mexico and drug trafficking forever.” Season 3 appears to be all-out conflict with plenty of thrills. It’s going to be a blast in the finals, so get ready. You can figure out what’s going to unfold by watching the trailer below.
Eric Newman, the showrunner, has stepped down. In addition, considering the show’s leap forward, several of the same members of the cast, including Scoot McNairy as Walt Breslin, Alejandro Edda as El Chapo, and José Mara Yazpik as Amado Carrillo Fuentes, will reappear for the third season. Meanwhile, Wagner Moura will reprise his role as Pablo Escobar on the series, as well as Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio, best known by his stage as Bad Bunny, who will recurring guest as a young cartel hit-man. Stay tuned, for more updates.