1. Listen: Diego Luna on Why It Took ‘Months’ to Sign Onto ‘Narcos: Mexico’  Variety
  2. Narcos: Mexico review: a show for people who want the drug war to last forever  The Verge
  3. Narcos Mexico Season 3: Release Date & Story Details  Screen Rant
  4. Netflix's 'Narcos: Mexico' season 2 poised to be a hit - Business Insider  Business Insider
  5. Narcos: Mexico's showrunner on how season two ushers in a new era of the drug war  The A.V. Club
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Luna stars in the Netflix series as Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, one of the most infamous drug kingpins of the 1980s.Luna stars in the Netflix series as Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, one of the most infamous drug kingpins of the 1980s.

Diego Luna on Playing a Drug Lord, Authenticity of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ – Variety

Narcos: Mexico is the story of Mexico’s first drug kingpin, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna). The 10 episodes that premiere on Netflix this week detail the dramatic implosion of Gallardo’s empire, a collapse that makes for extremely bingeable television. Yet, despite the thrilling spectacle, exhaustion seeps in.High on its own supply

Narcos: Mexico review: a show for people who want the drug war to last forever - The Verge

Will Netflix greenlight Narcos: Mexico season 3? And if so, what will it be about and when will it release? Here's what we know about new episodes.Here's everything we expect for Narcos: Mexicos season 3 on Netflix.

Narcos Mexico Season 3: Release Date & Story Details

Audience demand for Netflix's "Narcos: Mexico" season two is far outpacing the first season and all three seasons of the original "Narcos."Audience demand for Netflix's "Narcos: Mexico" season two is far outpacing the first season and all three seasons of the original "Narcos."

Netflix's 'Narcos: Mexico' season 2 poised to be a hit - Business Insider

Narcos season 5 excels at times but often feels like a retreadThe fifth season (total) of the Netflix narcotics drama excels at times but often feels like a retread

Narcos Mexico season 2 review: Netflix drama is sometimes a slog - Radio Times

“Netflix's new season of 'Narcos: Mexico' is pacing to be the franchise's most popular entry yet https://t.co/8qSceNXsfC via @businessinsider”

José María Yázpik on Twitter: "Netflix's new season of 'Narcos: Mexico' is pacing to be the franchise's most popular entry yet https://t.co/8qSceNXsfC via @businessinsider"

“Life is a long journey with a map written by a fool. @NarcosNetflix”

Jason Saltzman on Twitter: "Life is a long journey with a map written by a fool. @NarcosNetflix"

“Why would Netflix drop Narcos Mexico Season 2 when I have so much work to get through! 😩”

Euphonik™♛ on Twitter: "Why would Netflix drop Narcos Mexico Season 2 when I have so much work to get through! 😩"

“I don’t think “cook it up like stir-fry” was a thing in the cartels of the 80s @NarcosNetflix I’m questioning the legitimacy of this whole show now🙃”

Austin P. Duke on Twitter: "I don’t think “cook it up like stir-fry” was a thing in the cartels of the 80s @NarcosNetflix I’m questioning the legitimacy of this whole show now🙃"

In its retelling of the drug war, and the complicated relationship between Mexico and the United States therein, Narcos: Mexico has enough material for multiple seasons worth of stories. So, how does the series plot out a decades-spanning saga on an episode-by-episode basis? That’s precisely what we asked showrunner Eric Newman at a press junket in advance of Narcos: Mexico’s season two premiere on Netflix. Newman, as it turns out, has a game plan, and he was more than happy to share how this new batch of episodes fits into that puzzle. He teased how Operation: Leyenda introduces us to Scoot McNairy’s Walt Breslin—a “new kind of agent”—who would really shake up the status quo. We also got into a discussion about the ironic notion of spoilers for a show like Narcos, and why he embraces its “Wikipedia factor.”In its retelling of the drug war, and the complicated relationship between Mexico and the United States therein, Narcos: Mexico has enough material for multiple seasons worth of stories. So, how does the series plot out a decades-spanning saga on an episode-by-episode basis? That’s precisely what we asked showrunner Eric Newman at a press junket in advance of Narcos: Mexico’s season two premiere on Netflix. Newman, as it turns out, has a game plan, and he was more than happy to share how this new batch of episodes fits into that puzzle. He teased how Operation: Leyenda introduces us to Scoot McNairy’s Walt Breslin—a “new kind of agent”—who would really shake up the status quo. We also got into a discussion about the ironic notion of spoilers for a show like Narcos, and why he embraces its “Wikipedia factor.”

How Netflix's Narcos: Mexico shakes things up for season two

Narcos: Mexico season 2 stars Diego Luna as cartel leader Miguel Gallardo. Here's a complete cast and character guide for Netflix's crime series.Here's a complete cast and character guide for Narcos: Mexico season 2 on Netflix.

Narcos: Mexico Season 2 Cast & Character Guide | Screen Rant

The second season of “Narcos: Mexico” sees the DEA attempt to take down cartel lord Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) and an up-and-comer by the name of El Chapo.The second season of “Narcos: Mexico” sees the DEA attempt to take down cartel lord Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) and an up-and-comer by the name of El Chapo.

‘Narcos: Mexico’ Season 2 on Netflix Is More Bloody, Druggy, and Chaotic Than Ever

Narcos: Mexico season two feels more like a docudrama than a drama – just one without captions to tell you who everyone isThe second series of the Narcos spin-off charting America’s drug war in Mexico feels more like a docudrama than a drama – just one without captions to tell you who everyone is.

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'High Fidelity' gets a 2020 spin with Zoe Kravitz on Hulu while 'Narcos: Mexico' will be your Netflix drug of choice. More listings here...’High Fidelity’ gets a 2020 spin with Zoe Kravitz on Hulu while ’Narcos: Mexico’ will be your Netflix drug of choice. More listings here...

Weekend Preview: 'Narcos: Mexico' On Netflix & 'High Fidelity' On Hulu

Wondering who plays Enedina Arellano Félix, Juan Nepomuceno Guerra, and Zuno Arce? From Viviana Serna and Mayra Hermosillo to Sosie Bacon, here's who's who in Narcos: Mexico's Season 2 cast.There are a lot of new and returning faces, and they're all important.

Narcos: Mexico Season 2 Cast

One of Hollywood’s most exciting That Guys enters the cocaine-dusted world of ‘Narcos,’ with satisfying resultsOne of Hollywood’s most exciting That Guys enters the cocaine-dusted world of ‘Narcos,’ with satisfying results

A New Season of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Means It’s Finally Scoot McNairy Season Again - The Ringer

NARCOS Mexico season 2 is landing on Netflix today and fans are excited to see the cast return. But who is in the cast of the new series? NARCOS Mexico season 2 is landing on Netflix today and fans are excited to see the cast return. But who is in the cast of the new series?

Narcos Mexico season 2: cast: Who is in the cast of Narcos Mexico? | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV | Express.co.uk

Joining ‘Narcos: Mexico’ in Season 2 is actress Sosie Bacon and if that surname sounds familiar, it’s be because Sosie is the daughter of Kevin Bacon!Joining ‘Narcos: Mexico’ in Season 2 is actress Sosie Bacon and if that surname sounds familiar, it’s be because Sosie is the daughter of Kevin Bacon!

Meet Sosie Bacon: The Newest Cast Member on ‘Narcos: Mexico'

'Narcos: Mexico' is back and as intense as ever, and cocaine isn't the only drug of choice for its characters.’Narcos: Mexico’ is back and as intense as ever, and cocaine isn’t the only drug of choice for its characters.

'Narcos: Mexico' S2 Review: Gets High On Its Own Supply On Netflix

Before diving back into Narcos: Mexico on Thursday, February 13, here's a refresher of what happened during the Netflix show's season 1 finale.Season 2 is now available on Netflix.

Narcos Mexico Season 1 Finale Recap: Everything to Remember