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Narcos Mexico Season 3 Review: Cast, Rating and More

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Narcos Mexico season 3 review is here, and it’s one of the show’s most intense seasons to date. The third installment was released on November 16, 2018, with 10 episodes in total. Narcos Mexico Season 3 follows the story of DEA agent Kiki Camarena who gets assigned to Guadalajara, Jalisco as an undercover agent and finds himself in a war between drug lords like Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, aka Don Neto or Rafael Caro Quintero.

Who is casting in season 3:

Andrea López as Ana Henning

Rubén Ojeda Jr.as Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, better known as Don Neto or El Negro

Kevin Pizarro as Rafael Caro Quintero

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Nabile Nameri as Héctor Palomino

Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Release Date

‘Narcos: Mexico’ season 2 was released in its entirety on Netflix. on February 13, 2020. The season consists of 10 episodes, with each having a runtime of 45-69 minutes.

On October 28, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for the third season. Furthermore, it has been confirmed that Eric Newman, who had helmed the show as the showrunner for the past two seasons, will be replaced by co-creator Carlo Bernard. The former will continue as the executive producer. Unconfirmed reports suggest filming began in early 2020, ahead of its renewal, but was soon suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The situation halted all production, and there was uncertainty as to when filming for season 3 will get over.

more about this season:

The show has been renewed for a fourth season, but there are still some unanswered questions that need clearing up before we can get excited about season four – mainly the future of Katherine, who has been a major character in past seasons. In Narcos Mexico Season one and two, she was DEA agent Camarena’s wife, but since season three ended with no mention of her or their son Hernán Jr., we are left wondering about their fate.

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In this new series, the protagonist, Amado Carrillo Fuentes, takes his place as head of the Juárez Cartel. At the same time, he ruthlessly battles to maintain control over the drug trade in Mexico.

The first episode of the new series begins with a car bomb in which Carrillo Fuentes is killed. Still, it soon emerges that he has been planning for this eventuality by appointing his son Hernán Jr. to take over while buying himself time to recover from surgery on a brain tumour.

This was an effective way of exploring how organised works provide viewers with some fresh content as they gear up for season four.

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What Else to Expect from Narcos: Mexico season three

Even though the story of Félix Gallardo is all but over, a bloodbath awaits us for the third season of Narcos: Mexico.

Now let’s carry on with our predictions for the third season:

Despite the power and influence that Félix had amassed over the course of his time as head of the Guadalajara Cartel, it was just as easily dismantled in a few fell swoops.

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When DEA agent Walt Breslin visited Félix in prison, we learned the reality of the situation that the DEA and all of the law enforcement now face without Félix at the helm of the federation. Félix was right; if all of the plazas had been working together unanimously, then they could have pushed out the Columbians and made billions together.

Without Félix as the figurehead with all the connections, each of the plazas, which have now become their own respective cartels, will eventually fight each other. The entire time Félix had maintained peace in Mexico, but now “all of the animals run free,” and war and bloodshed await.

Rating:

★★★★☆

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