It will feature the show’s first female narrator.
Narcos: Mexico Season three will end after that, Netflix has confirmed.
After renewing the Mexico-set spin-off of Narcos For the third outing of the franchise last year, the streaming giant has announced that it will be the final season of the show in a new trailer.
The third season will also feature a female narrator for the first time in newcomer Luisa Rubino, who will take on the role of journalist Andrea Nez after Scooter McEnery as DEA agent Walt Breslin. Pedro Pascal and Boyd Holbrook were the narrators in the main. Narcos The series, which ran for three seasons.
Other newcomers include Luis Gerardo Mendez as Juarez cop Victor Tapia, Alberto Guerra as drug smuggler Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada, and Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio aka Bad Bunny as Arturo ‘Kitty’ Pez.
The third season begins after the chaos left by Felix Gallardo’s (Diego Luna) exit in season two and his arrest.
A synopsis reads: “As newly independent cartels struggle to escape political upheaval and escalating violence, a new generation of Mexican kingpins emerges. But in this war, the truth is the casualties first – and with every arrest, murder. And capture only pushes real victory further away.”
Show co-creator Carlo Bernard took over as showrunner from Eric Newman in the third season. Wagner Moura, who . Played the role of Pablo Escobar in the first two seasons of Narcos, will also direct two of the 10 episodes.
While Luna will not return, the returning cast includes McNairy, Jose María Yazpic, Alfonso Dosal, Maria Hermosillo, Matt Letscher, Manuel Masalva, Alejandro Ada and Gorca Lassosa.
Narcos: Mexico Season three is scheduled to release on Netflix on November 5, 2021.