Narcos which started talking about cocaine trade in South America, which was headed by Pablo Escobar the most successful drug lord ever lived on this planet. The show made such a stir all over the world and clearly pictured the story feeding all the curious minds making it one of the biggest successes in NetFlix Originals.
Show creators Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard, and Doug Miro got so stimulated by the successful story thread, they don’t wish to end the series soon. The potential they have to explore more of the drug deal history which will be full of action and rich in history.
Here Narcos: Mexico moves away from Columbia where the events of the previous series have taken place as a standalone series. It is an In-depth exploration of Mexican Drug trade, from its birth back in the 1980s and how it developed into how it is today.
Narcos: Mexico aired on Netflix by November 16, 2018, as a 10 episode series. The response from the audience was so satisfying that Netflix blessed them with the announcement of a second season just 3 weeks after the airing of the first season. The second season of Narcos: Mexico will be the 5th installment overall.
Here is all we know as of now.
There is no official air date announced yet. As the shooting of the series has started last year itself and the last season of Narcos: Mexico aired on November; this installment, if everything goes as expected behind the reel, will air on the same time this year.
What about the Cast?
Diego Luna from ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ and Scoot McNairy who is known for the presence in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, True Detective’ etc. will return to resume their role as Felix Gallardo, founder of Modern Mexican Drug trade and DEA Agent Walt Breslin respectively.
When will the trailer of Narcos: Mexico Season 2 be out?
As the series is expected to return only by the end of this year, the trailer will be out near to that only. That time is for rewatching or catching up with the last 4 seasons which have a lot of easter eggs for re-watches and hell of a ride for a new audience.