The first season of Narcos: Mexico followed the path of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) from the former police in Sinaloa to the boss of the largest drug trafficking company in Mexico, which combines several posters under one system. Next up is Narcos’ second season: Mexico is following Gallardo’s fall as it loses power (and its friends and freedom).
But Narcos has always tried more than a charismatic and problematic leader. The show has changed its focus since its inception, from the Medellin cartel from Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura) to the Cali cartel and later to Mexico.
Now you have to ask yourself: When will the third season of “Narcos: Mexico” come out? Let’s find out!
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Release Date: When Will it Released?
The first season of Narcos: Mexico was released in November 2018. As of February 13, 2020, the second season lasted a little over a year.
If everything works, the third season of “Narcos: Mexico” will be released sometime in April 2021 or later.
Narcos: Mexico Plot: What is it About?
Because Narcos: Mexico is based on real events that add to today’s problems, there is no doubt that Newman has more history to discover. The first season began in Mexico with the presentation of the Guadalajara cartel and how Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo united several posters under one banner. Over the course of the first season, Gallardo’s largest expansion competitor will be Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, an agent of the Drug Control Administration (DEA) who infiltrated Gallardo’s operations, and was eventually kidnapped, tortured, and killed by Gallardo’s men.
Narcos: Mexico Season 2 follows Operation Legend, which the DEA launched after Camarena’s death. In the program, fictional character Walt Waltlin will lead the charge, and the season is likely to overcome the disruption to the operation, including suspicions that certain Mexican government officials and police officers have helped cover up evidence to protect the cartels. The second season also follows Isabella Bautista (based on Sandra Ávila Beltrán) and the separation of Enedina Arellano Félix from the Gallardo union and their influence on the poster business.
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First two season of Narcos: Mexico are available to stream on Netflix.