Netflix’s only stand-alone crime, drama, series Narcos: Mexico, will be renewing for a second season. Charting the rise of the Guadalajara drug cartel in 1980s-era Mexico, the drama started out as the fourth season of Narcos, before the streaming platform, Netflix decided to develop the series as a companion show of Narcos and named Narcos Mexico.
Till now no official date to air Narcos Mexico season has not been announced but though cast member José Maria Yazpik who plays the role of Amado Carillo Fuentes mentioned in one of his posts on Instagram that the show would make come back in “Febrero” – that is February 2020. Even Netflix officially tweeted about the series last 18th November 2018 with a very special clip.
We’re building an empire. Why stop now? pic.twitter.com/1e1JY5L6ye
— Narcos (@NarcosNetflix) December 5, 2018
The series follows up the established drug trade of modern Mexico, focussing on the real-life of narco Felix Gallardo, who’s a former Sinaloan police officer who turned out being a drug lord, and Kiki Camarena, a Mexican-American DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agent tasked with taking Felix down.
Scoot McNairy would be stared as agent Walt Breslin, who is a DEA agent. Starring Tenoch Huerta as Rafael Cara Quintero, newcomer Teresa Ruiz as Felix’s girlfriend Isabella Bautista, Diego Luna, best known for his role would be starred as Cassian Andor and Alejandro Edda as Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, who later go-ahead to become the head of the Sinaloa Cartel.
However, there is yet no trailer for the second part, just an announcement by the cast and an official tweet with a clip by Netflix confirmed for the second season.