New reports reveal that Netflix’s crime series, Narcos is back. According to reports, a new trailer has just been released for the upcoming season of the series. Narcos is a Netflix original drama Set and filmed in Colombia. Season 1 of the crime drama comprised of 10 episodes, and originally aired on August 28, 2015.
It centers around the story of Pablo Escobar, a drug kingpin who later became a billionaire by engaging in the production and distribution of cocaine. The season also focused on Pablo’s relations with several other drug cartels, DEA agents, and competitors. Netflix renewed the crime series for a second season last year. Season 2 of Narcos premiered with 10 episodes on September 2, 2016.
As fans already know, the second season continued from where Season 1 ended. It started with the scene where Pablo was spotted by soldiers along with his entourage outside La Catedral but they were too petrified to make an arrest. The season focused on how he resorted to degrading means to hide from the authority. Meanwhile, Netflix renewed the crime series for season three and four on September 6, 2016, and a new trailer for season 3 has now been released. the new trailer revealed that there is still more to come in the upcoming season.
Although it is believed that the first and second seasons of the crime series have already showcased everything there is to know about Pablo Escobar, it is reported that the new trailer reveals that the best is yet to come and will be seen in upcoming seasons. According to TechRadar, the new trailer which started with an era-appropriate new jack swing track and ended with a Cypress Hill classic showcased the grotesque acts committed by the Cartels in Colombia.
It further explained that the drug cartels in Colombia all have to do with succession. It also explains that returning DEA agent, Javier Peña, a character played by Pedro Pascal will have his eyes on the Cali Cartel. It is a drug trafficking cartel that made lots of profits and perpetrated all kinds of crimes in the 90s, according to Mobilelly.
In one word, it is believed that the new trailer will serve as a spoiler for viewers that are yet to complete the second season. Narcos is created and produced by Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard, and Doug Miro. Narcos season 3 is set to premiere on Netflix on September 1, 2017.