Critic Consensus: Narcos' sophomore season manages to elevate the stakes to a gut-wrenching degree in what continues to be a magnificent account of Pablo Escobar's life.
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as Pablo Esobar
as Steve Murphy
as Fabio Ochoa
as Javier Pena
as Eduardo Mendoza
as Diana Turbay
as Connie Murphy
as Valeria Velez
as Tata Escobar
as Horacio Carrillo
as Ambassador Noonan
as DEA Agent
as Juan Pablo Escobar
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This remains a slick, stylish delight -- a romp that is the best kind of addictive.
The acting, as usual, is exceptional here, though Escobar's fall from grace, and the accompanying bodycount, makes for season so violent that it tends to numb, and drag, at times.
The performances by Moura, Pascal and everyone else are still some of the best seen on television right now with Moura taking the cake again in the last three episodes.
There are potent and provocative ideas that lie frustratingly dormant throughout this series, which seems to be just happy to play a competent but only occasionally compelling Michael Mann riff.
The history-textbook feel has mostly been replaced by an uneven but ultimately satisfying procedural.
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