The first season of Narcos: Mexico launches the track of Miguel Angel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) of the former Sinolan policeman, the head of Mexico’s largest drug trafficking company, which unified several prisons into a single system. Since what is coming must come down, the second season of Narcos: Mexico after the fall of Gallardo, as he loses power (and his friends and freedom).
But Narcos has always been more of a charismatic and troubled leader. The program has continued to focus from its inception, beginning with Pablo Escobar’s (Wagner Maura) Medellín Cartel before moving on to the Cali Cartel and later to Mexico.
The renewal status of the Narcos Mexico season 3:
Narcos: Despite the fact that Netflix has not received any news about the renewal of Mexico, it seems that the production of the third season is already underway. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Latin pop star Bad Bunny revealed that earlier this year he was filming scenes for Narcos as a supporting actor. But due to the coronavirus, production had to be postponed for the series.
The expected release date of the Narcos Mexico season 3:
The first season closed in November 2018, but fans had to wait until February 2020 for the second season, so their guess is as good as ours. You know what has stopped the construction of the board, so although there were plans for a crack with the shoot, there are several considerations that need to be taken into account.
The expected storyline of the Narcos Mexico season 3:
Narcos: Mexico explores the roots of the modern war on drugs, which began when the Mexican smuggling world was a loose and disorganized coalition of independent producers and traffickers. Félix Gallardo is the first to explore the integration of smugglers to build an empire through his Guadalajara cartel in the 1980s. His operation is difficult with DEA agents Kiki Camarena (Michael Pena) and Walt Breslin (Scooty McLerab).