One of Netflix’s most popular crime and drama series, Narcos: Mexico, was announced for its third and last season. The third and final season is said to be premiered with 10 episodes on November 5th, 2021. The trailer for Narcos: Mexico revealed the release date. Let us look at what the finale season has got for us.
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Release Date
Recently, Netflix released a promo for the third season of Narcos: Mexico, unveiling the release date for the show. The show is all set to release on November 5, 2021. The show will stream on its original streaming platform, that is, on Netflix. You can head to Youtube and watch the latest teaser for the third season.
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Cast
We can expect many of the cast members from the first and the second season to return to this season. Scoot McNairy as Walt Breslin, Jose Maria Yazpik playing the role of Amado Carrillo Fuentes also Alejandro Edda playing the role of Chapo. We will see Wagner Moura joining the cast of the third season as Pablo Escobar.
Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, mostly known by his name Bad Bunny who will be joining the cast of Narcos: Mexico Season 3 and will be playing Arturo Kitty Paez, a member of a gang called “Narco Juniors”. We may also see some new faces in the third finale season of Narcos: Mexico. The new faces include Luis Gerardo Mendez as cop Victor Tapia, Alberto Guerra as Ismael (a drug trafficker), Rubino playing as a journalist Andrea Nunez.
Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Expected Storyline
The executive producer of the show Eric Newman, in a previous interview, spoke about what will the third season hold? He told about how the first season portrays consolidation of power, while the second season is about the erosion of those powers. He said that the second season ended with chaos, and now things are out of control and leading towards the present.
The storyline is about how in the 90’s the drug trade business booms all over the world. You will witness war in the third season due to the arrest of Felix. New cartels find it hard to survive in all the competition, and political pressure bought to them. And now a new generation has come up. This war is all about casualty, arrests, murder. It all just pushes away the victory.
Also, the third season of Narcos: Mexico will be narrated by a female, Luisa Rubino, as seen in the trailer, who will be joining the cast of the third season as a powerful journalist. The drug drama reset series will end with a bash. We’ve seen all the positive responses and love gained by the first and the second season. The finale season is supposed to be even grander. And fans have already been going crazy about it. You may not want to miss Narcos: Mexico Season 3 trailer.