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Narcos Mexico Season 3: What Do We Know So Far?

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Season 3 of Narcos: Mexico will premiere on Nov. 5, the series’ last in Mexico. Although a fourth motion picture has yet to be confirmed, Sony Pictures Television has stated that it will not produce any more installments. Previously, producers stated that their goal was to trace the drug trade across multiple countries. Here’s everything we know so far about Narcos Mexico Season 3.

Narcos Mexico Season 3 Release Date:

Netflix has debuted a new preview for Narcos: Mexico’s final season, with the series set to premiere on November 5. Season 3 of Narcos: Mexico will be the final season in the Narcos spinoff, with no further series revealed as of yet.

Narcos Mexico Season 3 Cast Details:

Despite the show’s success, many of the first season’s cast members will reprise their roles for the third season, including:

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Source: The Live Mirror.com

  • Scoot McNairy as Walt Breslin
  • Alejandro Edda as El Chapo
  • José María Yazpik as Amado Carrillo Fuentes
  • Wagner Mour as Pablo Escobar
  • Luis Gerardo Méndez as Victor Tapia
  • Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio
  • Alfonso Dosal
  • Mayra Hermosillo
  • Matt Letscher
  • Manuel Masalva
  • Gorka Lasaosa
  • Luisa Rubino as Andrea Nuñez
  • Alberto Guerra as Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada

Plot Synopsis:

The third season of the series shifts to the drug world of the 1990s. The Mexican cartels are flourishing as a result of the increasing globalization of the drug trade, but more money also means greater risk. In the season 3 trailer, it appears that the new breed of cartel bosses eventually leads to an all-out conflict.

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When the drug trade’s globalization ignites in the ’90s, the show will return to its roots. The book explores Gallardo’s arrest and the conflict that follows. A new generation of Mexican kingpins rises to power in the midst of political upheaval and increasing bloodshed. However, in this conflict, the first casualty is truth, and each arrest, assassination, or takedown only pushes actual victory further out of reach.

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