Composed and produced by Chris Brancato, Doug Miro, and Carlo Bernard Narcos: Mexico is a felony drama series that released on November 16 in 2018, at Netflix.
It meant to be the fourth season of the series, though it was ultimately produced as a mate series. It focuses on the illegal narcotics market in Mexico, whereas the co-series focused on unlawful narcotics traffic in Colombia.
Netflix series renewed for Season 2 on December 5 in 2018, which released on February 13, 2020. Momentarily fans are questioning if season 3 will occur or not? What to anticipate from it?
Here is everything that you should know about the third season of the series release date, cast plot, and other major details.
According to a source, Netflix has not announced the events of Narcos: Mexico season 3 yet, but it still appears in the future based on the achievement of the series.
If the show revived for Season 3, Netflix typically reflects the one-season-per-year schedule. It’s likely that the third season of the show, or perhaps a separate spin-off, will release in Spring 2021.
No official cast details have been explained by the makers of the series in the third season.
However, for sure, these actors will come back in the following season: Diego Luna, Tenoch Huerta, Scoot McNairy, Flavio Medina, Joaquin Cosio, Teresa Ruiz, and Alejandro Edda.
There is nothing formally informed about the plot of season 3 for the time being as it even not announced by Netflix.
Although, if the next season of Narcos will take place, then perhaps it focuses on El Chapo. Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, performed by Alejandro Edda, was first observed in Narcos: Mexico Season 1 as a fugitive.
There is no official trailer released for season 3 yet, as the second season appears on February 13, 2020, and the series is even not announced for the third season.
The two series of Narcos: Mexico is currently free on Netflix.