Sunday, December 29, 2019

Narcos: Mexico Season 2

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Radio Times
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When will Narcos: Mexico season 2 arrive on Netflix?

The series will be released in its entirety on Thursday 13th February 2020.
Along with the date announcement, Netflix provided a short teaser, which features lead actor Diego Luna (Rogue One) turning towards the camera, while he speaks in a menacing voiceover.



What is Narcos: Mexico about — and what happened in the season 1 finale?

The series follows the establishment of the modern Mexican drugs trade, focusing on real-life narco Felix Gallardo, a former Sinaloan police officer turned drug lord, and Kiki Camarena, a Mexican-American DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agent tasked with taking Felix down.

The season followed the two men’s cat and mouse game, which ended in the abduction, torture and murder of Kiki, whose death ultimately served as a catalyst in the war on drugs.

The finale also finally revealed the identity of the show’s narrator: Scoot McNairy as agent Walt Breslin, a DEA agent in charge of Operation Layenda, a task force that worked to bring to justice those responsible for Kiki’s death — and the focus of Narcos: Mexico season two.

“What happened in Guadalajara in the early ’80s was the beginning,” Breslin says in voiceover. “What happened in Guadalajara gave birth to the first cartel. From that, others would follow. And the violence and money and drugs, they just fucking explode. It changed the DEA, too. Maybe it woke us up, I don’t know. But it’s where the first shot was fired, the one that started the drug war. And after that, none of it would be the same. How could it be?

“We knew we were in a war,” he says at the end of the episode. “Now, it was our turn. Pretty soon, they were gonna know, they were in one too.”

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Who will star in Narcos: Mexico season 2?

Scoot McNairy (Argo, 12 Years A Slaves) stars as agent Walt Breslin, a DEA agent brought in following the death of Kiki Camarena. McNairy was the mystery narrator for the entirety of season one, before his identity was revealed at the end of the finale.

Diego Luna, best-known for his role as Cassian Andor in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, plays the narco kingpin Felix Gallardo. Also starring are Tenoch Huerta (Get the Gringo) as Rafael Cara Quintero, newcomer Teresa Ruiz as Felix’s girlfriend Isabella Bautista, and Alejandro Edda (American Made, Fear the Walking Dead) as Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, a protégé of Felix’s who would go on to become the head of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Is there a trailer for Narcos: Mexico season 2?

Not yet, just an announcement confirming a second season. We’ll keep you posted, but for now he’s a trailer for season one:

37 comments:

  1. when are they gonna show real NARCOS? aka poppie farmers and the production of opium and black tar/mexican dope? Also Gulf Cartel and los zetas history when? i'm sick and tired of Snitchloa cartel and chaputo taking all the spot..

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    1. You obviously did not watch the first season. Since you are "sick and tired" of the current focus of narco-related entertainment, you should self-finance and produce your own series.

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    2. Agreed I find CDG and organizations from the border states far more interesting than Sinaloa there is little historical information on these guys

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    3. Sinaloa is most relevant ... gulf/zetas are more like criminal groups that capitalize on crimes that have nothing to do with drug trafficking ... they’re small potatoes compare to the AFO the Carrillos and the Sinaloa.

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    4. Old school golfo (guerra - Cardenas) moved a lot of weight so You can’t say they were small potatoes but these new gulfos do everything but move weight

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    5. Exactly ZETAS has snitchaloa cartel running scared. Chapo and Mayo were afraid of LAZCANO Z3. Zetas in their prime were bigger than sinaloa and current cjng. so many cartels formed alliances to fight the zetas, even the government assisted sinaloa cartel against the zetas and still couldnt beat them. what brought the zetas down was the civil war amongst themselves.

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    6. Sinaloa is the Walmart of drugs ... you can’t beat them ... “hagan cuenta de mafiosos y Sinaloa Esta presente”

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    7. What the fack, Hector Berrellez the real hispanic DEA agent in charge of Operation Legend was not good enough, or did he want too much money?
      Netflix is all about fantasies and a lot of BS, drug trafficking always existed, but the DFS was ramping it up since the late 60s along with socialism and communism classes in schools, by the 80s drug trafficking was well established and had financed the arrival and return of republicans to the US presidency, their drug trafficking was discovered and exhibited for all the world to see with their crimes against Camarena, the Guadalajara Cartel had already been working for about 15 years by the time Camarena arrived in the times of De La Madrid and his puchacacas secretary of programming and budget Carlos Salinas de Gortari, already cooking shit for his own presidential run.
      Netflix lite sucks and cooks their own lite facts.

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  2. The whole series is pretty cool. Im sure its not perfect but its close. I have enjoyed all of them.

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  3. Hopefully we will see the introduction of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada and Los Beltran Leyva Brothers and "El Nacho" Coronel

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    1. @10:57 go watch el chapo for that

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    2. Wait for the Narcos 4 comes out of Mencho n los Valencia, gonna see real power and strategy and How they swept from under all of CDS’ power n pull!

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    3. They don’t have bocho coronel in el chapo

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    4. Should have an appearance by Macho Prieto as well..

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  4. I liked the Chapo series on Netflix the best...some of the shootouts were awful but overall it was amazing. Narcos is great too though.

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    1. @11:13 I agree, if the Chapo series had better shootout / violence scenes in a realistic approach, it would have been a perfect series. The only one so far that has shown Salinas as the real Capo Di Cappi.

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    2. Until they killed Kiki Camarena there was almost no violence, except for official government violence against students, directed by the CIA though their SOA graduated mexican military and Olympic Mexican military and white brigade paramilitary, the narcos were doing just business except for a capo or two they took down like Pedro Avilés.
      All the narco Shows with their gratuitous and intense violence and narco-balaceras lie, there never was any rambo style bullshit there back then, but today it sells this shit.
      please stop sucking so much fake based crap...

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  5. Crazy to think that these guys have at least five more seasons of known material to work with and who knows how much more by the time those seasons are released, maybe something will give with mencho by then

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  6. Animo Sicarios !!
    Bad news my character wont be appearing on the show . El Señor said it would bring too much heat to my unit. I told him Navy Seals Team 6 members have written books about their exploits .
    Ni modo ordenes son ordenes! We are the silent warriors.

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    1. Animo, puro Cartel de Modern Warfare

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    2. Meaning I won't be getting the shout out? 🙅

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    3. What a clown! But you bring a laugh.

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    4. Seal Team 6, all dead or corrupt now...
      But thanks for your service guys,
      it is a pity the greedy mercenary devils of capitalism got to you.
      Well, some are just quitting over government officers corruption taking its toll on the SEALS unit, do not resign, refuse to serve under sech and so and take time off...
      THOSE I SALUTE.

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  7. SPOILER: Chapo gets caught in Season 5

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    1. WHAT!!! He went out like a coward and not some big shootout! Damn don't tell me that. I hope you’re wrong. Lol

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    2. 12:16 no there is a bonus ending where sicario 006 swoops in and has a shootout, then takes high position and starts sniping all the soldiers and Chapo gets away.

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    3. First, second, or third time?

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  8. Before Chapo became anyone really noteworthy, there was a figure who had more power than Chapo ever did, his name was Amado Carrillo. Surely they must document his reign before Chapo or Mayo...

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  9. Cartel Del Golfo and Zetas deserve a few seasons. ZETAS had snitchaloa cartel running scared. Chapo and Mayo were afraid of LAZCANO Z3. Zetas in their prime were bigger than sinaloa and current cjng. so many cartels formed alliances to fight the zetas, even the government assisted sinaloa cartel against the zetas and still couldnt beat them. what brought the zetas down was the civil war amongst themselves.

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    1. 5:55 Zetas had government and military and had infiltrated the federal police, one of which was Z1, Mexican Army Lieutenant Arturo Guzman Decena a former GAFE trained in anti-insurgency with the SOA Kaibiles from Guatemala, THEIR PRESIDENT, GENERAL EFRAIN RIOS MONTT and their general otto Perez molina also graduated SOA, like his colleagues, and they brought the Kaibil violence along to Mexico, the rest is vulgar history.

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  10. Narcos can make a shit load of series,this focus on juarez cartel,arellano cartel with enedina and juan obregon of juarez cartel and also chapo,i think sr de los cielos starts a bit and i think after this one they focus on sr de los cielos

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    1. Juan Obregon or Juan Garcia Abrego of the Original Gulf Cartel?

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  11. If there's 10 episodes again it will likely start off showing Gallardo's/carrilo's arrests and then the division of their territory to the main characters from last season. They introduced the figures to come well, so going straight into the new era of the AFO, juarez, sinaloa and then carillo working with the government to keep the peace, id say it will end with Chapo's first arrest and then another season documenting the rest of the 90s and then chapo's escape in 2001 to finish that season off.

    If narcos originally ran for 3 seasons and now they introduced mexico for another 2 season, they are definitely willing to run the show for 4 or 5 more seasons but they need to make it more frequent, waiting a year for the show is so long,, it will be 2022-2023 before we get to current events

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    1. The Guadalajara Cartel did not split any territory, it was confiscated by the police and military and DFS and split for their benefit in cahoots with the federal government.
      Cark Quintero and don neto were incommunicado and felix gallardo organized Baja California's while on the run with no balazos, all it took was a lot of tacos from Don Chuyito...

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  12. awesome series, great actors seems like netflix set the budget pretty high up there for this show the only weak performances that don't really fit their character is the guy playing kiki camarena and ivan guzman

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  13. It will get old. The same glorified sad story over and over, that we read about and watch on BB.

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  14. Don't. Mess with the Border Patrol, your not in Mexico.

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