Narcos: Mexico: Season 2 (2020)

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Season 2
Narcos: Mexico

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As addictive -- and relevant -- as ever, Narcos: México's sophomore season is definitely more violent, but it never spoils the rich drama fans have come to love.

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Critic Ratings: 16

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Air date: Feb 13, 2020

While celebrating his 40th birthday, Félix worries about his associates' loyalty and confronts Pacho; Walt and his team plan kidnappings.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2020

Verdin taunts the DEA agents torturing him; Félix offers opium dealer Guerra a partnership deal; Benjamín's sister, Enedina, proposes a new business idea.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2020

Advisers counsel Félix to go into hiding as the Americans close in on the men involved in Kiki's murder; Amado helps Acosta settle a feud.

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Zuno testifies in front of a grand jury; Isabella tries to broker a deal with Enedina; Félix makes an offer to a U.S. contact.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2020

Calderoni briefs Walt on the tension between the plazas; Chapo constructs his tunnel; Félix's meeting with Pacho takes a turn.

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Félix meets with a politician; Benjamín takes a stand when the Sinaloa and Tijuana rivalry intensifies; Walt's team turns its attention to planes.

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Félix proposes a new plan to help the PRI win the election and defeat Cárdenas; promised intelligence on Félix, Walt takes an unexpected meeting in Ojinaga.

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Mexican authorities, the FBI and Félix seek out Acosta after a newspaper publishes an interview with him; the presidential election begins.

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Félix stakes the future of his cartel on the delivery of 70 tons of cocaine as Walt and the DEA plan to topple the kingpin's empire.

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After meeting with Pacho, Félix presents the plaza bosses with a new business plan; Walt receives an invitation.

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Cast & Crew

Diego Luna
Félix Gallardo

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Michael Peña
Kiki Camarena

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Alyssa Diaz
Mika Camarena

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Scoot McNairy
Walt Breslin

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Alejandro Edda
Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán

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Teresa Ruiz
Isabella Bautista

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Eric Newman
Executive Producer
José Padilha
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Doug Miro
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Carlo Bernard
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  • Dec 10, 2021
    arguably one of the best shows / movies ever seen. has movie feel and like long format film. deep exploration of society
  • Nov 15, 2021
    The original Narcos seem to have come out of nowhere with highly charismatic and talented actors, a strong narrative and a very addictive storyline. Adding to all of this, it was also a very important series to showcase the dark reality, the corruption of governments and national security agencies, in short to mix entertainment with knowledge about the horrific world of drugs. With the success of the original run, Narcos Mexico spin off was created to give some continuity to the original storyline and to display the reality of Colombia's neighbor, with some new faces and some more shocking truths to crush us with the brutal reality of this world. In a similar fashion to the original Narcos, on the first 2 seasons there is a main protagonist (this time Miguel Felix Gallardo) and the third one covers the fallout and consequences of the first two (without giving too much away). It still retains the elements of its predecessor, a strong storyline, great cinematography, great summary of the documented history (with some dramatization of course) but it lacks the great actors that made Narcos so impactful. This is for me the weakest point of this spinoff, not sure if it was to be accurate or not but the main protagonists are not nearly as charismatic and intense as the original ones (that includes both the Narcos and the DEA officers), but the story is still interesting so you kind of get used to that fact. The third season is getting a little bit of backlash, I do recognize it is indeed a slow one and they could've added way more story than they did instead of dragging, but it still interesting to see how things stayed after the story line of the first two. The finale was very underwhelming howevert and kind of anti climatic, there's a bunch of open plots that they don't give the usual post credit "where are they now" information, which was a flaw from my perspective, and they could also have developed more on the most recent and notorious drug incident involving one of the Sinaloa leaders, but they stayed on the very early stage of that story Overall it's worth it for sure, even though it falls a bit short comparing with the main Narcos show.
  • Nov 13, 2021
    just a boring soap opera
  • Mar 18, 2021
    Anyone giving this less than 5 stars must be a clueless American that can't keep up with the subtitles or something.. bc this is an instant classic!? One of the best TV series of all-time!! How great is Rafa?? The acting is superb all the way around.. the only question is which is better, the original or Mexico? An absolute MUST SEE for anyone with a pulse and half a brain.
  • Nov 30, 2020
    Es mejor narcos Mexico que narcos colombia
  • Nov 18, 2020
    Diego Luna with an electric performance, Narcos: Mexico does not disappoint.
  • Apr 03, 2020
    Narcos continues to fascinate me, it's very much similar to Game of Thrones in the sense that there are so many pieces being moved around and vying for power. I thoroughly enjoyed season 2 and Diego Luna was outstanding!
  • Mar 31, 2020
    As they add more fictional characters, it takes away the feel of authenticity that the previous seasons had.
  • Mar 26, 2020
    Well produced. Well written. Solid acting. Maintaining the standard set in earlier seasons.
  • Mar 05, 2020
    Epic and sweeping, builds on the first season and spreads its wings to be one of the best shows in recent years. Fingers crossed for a third season.

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