Narcos: Mexico is the crime drama series that became a spin-off series of the original Narcos series. It was intended to be the continuing fourth season of Narcos but became a companion series. While the parent series centered on the establishment of Colombia is illegal drug trade the spin-off follows the development of Mexico s illegal drug trade instead. It explores the Mexican drug war and its origins. Narcos Mexico currently has three seasons with 10 episodes each. Here is what you need to know about the future of the show
What Is The Premise Of Narcos: Mexico The series explores the origins of the modern drug war in Mexico by going back to its roots. Beginning with the traffickers at the time who were still disorganized and how they grew as a disorganized confederation of independent growers and dealers. The series starts off in the 1980s as Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo takes the helm of the Guadalajara Cartel unifying traffickers to build an empire. Just then DEA agent Kiki Camarena moves his wife and young son from California to Guadalajara to take on a new post. He soon learns that his assignment is more challenging than he imagined. Spoilers ahead
There is a tragic turn of events as Camarena is murdered by the cartel. DEA agent Walt Breslin then brings in his squad of as they try to gain intelligence on Gallardo and corner the druglord. At the end of the second season Gallardo was jailed. In the fourth season we saw how he was succeeded by the other bosses.
Will There Be Narcos: Mexico Season 4. Unfortunatley there will not be another season of Narcos: Mexico which concluded in November 2021. I saw this season as an origin story of the modern world that we live increator Carlo Bernard explained to The Hollywood Reporter For meit felt like bringing the show up to that spot where we now recognize for better or for worse made sense as a place to stop it. The show has been able to lift the curtains and show you how this thing began how it evolved. Not to say that other stories would not be compelling going forward. But to me stopping at the moment where we had delivered the world that we now live in today made sense thematically and narratively