The sequel to the first ‘Narcos’ series, ‘Narcos: Mexico,’ is produced by Carlo Bernard, Chris Brancato, and Doug Miro. The latter film is focused on Colombian drug trafficking, whereas the former is focused on the rise of Mexican gangs.
In the first two seasons, Miguel Félix Gallardo receives a lot of attention (Diego Luna).
In season 3, Félix’s Guadalupe cartel separates into three parts, each of which competes with the Gulf cartel for control of the drug market. Juárez has become one of the world’s most powerful drug traffickers as a result of the conflict between Sinaloa and Tijuana.
In the meanwhile, Walt Breslin (Scoot McNairy) realizes that the War on Drugs isn’t going away anytime soon. In season 3 of the television series, serial killer Victor Tapia (Luis Gerardo Méndez) and journalist Andrea Nuez (Luisa Rubino) investigate Carlos Hank Gonzalez, Mexico’s most powerful and important man.
Have you completed season 3 of ‘Narcos: Mexico‘ and are wondering whether the program will be renewed for a fourth season?
Narcos Mexico Season 4 Release Date
We’re sorry, but we have some bad news for you. The fourth season of Narcos Mexico will not be renewed. When Netflix renewed the criminal thriller series for a third season, they didn’t specify if it would be the last season. Season 3 of Narcos: Mexico will be the last season; it will premiere in September 2021.
If we’re being really honest, we’re not shocked in the least. Narcos 2 is likely to have the same amount of episodes as the first three seasons.
— Narcos (@NarcosNetflix) October 11, 2021
Given the similarities in plot between the two Narcos Netflix original shows, it’s fair to presume Narcos: Mexico will be three seasons long as well. As a consequence, don’t hold your breath for the fifth season of the show.
Narcos Mexico Plot
In the early days of the Mexican drug war, this series depicts a loose and unstructured network of small, independent marijuana cultivators and merchants.
In the 1980s, he (Diego Luna) unites a number of districts, or plazas, to become the Guadalajara Cartel, a famed drug empire. Kiki Camarena (Michael Pea) is a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent who moves to Guadalajara with his family to embark on a new mission.
Walt Breslin leads a small clandestine unit into Mexico to discover and punish Gallardo and his colleagues after being tortured and killed by the cartel.