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As ever, it's exquisitely written, cast and shot, making great use of Mexico's stunning landscapes, opulent haciendas and colourful '80s fashions. The series does a fine job too of keeping the viewer straight about a big cast of characters.
Though it wanders in its middle episodes, Narcos: Mexico remains a finely written drama that loves to wow us with facts and maps even more than twists born from violent turns (which are, nevertheless, exceptionally effective).
Netflix original series Narcos continues the story of the Mexican drug trade following Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, head of the Guadalajara Cartel in Narcos: Mexico.
The second season of Narcos: Mexico, then, is far from flawless - but there are enough reminders of what has made the show such a phenomenon to make it a worthy watch.
The show stays close to its roots and provides an incredibly stylish, dramatic, and engaging story with plenty of flair and emotional resonance. It easily remains one of the best of Netflix's original shows.
Narcos: Mexico is still comfort food for crime-drama lovers, but there are additional spices for extra kick. Those who indulge will once again be seduced into binging rather than savoring this juiced-up course.
Cartel dramas like Narcos are fairy tales for a nation in decline, flattening diverse and complicated countries for the benefit of a nation that refuses to acknowledge the havoc it has wreaked on the world.
Narcos: Mexico season two feels more like a docudrama than a drama - just one without captions to tell you who everyone is...
This second season of Narcos: Mexico... is perhaps the the harshest, the most violent, and the most pertinent yet.
Audience Reviews for Narcos: Mexico: Season 2
Nov 30, 2020Es mejor narcos Mexico que narcos colombia
Nov 18, 2020Diego Luna with an electric performance, Narcos: Mexico does not disappoint.
Apr 03, 2020Narcos 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, 2020As they add more fictional characters, it takes away the feel of authenticity that the previous seasons had.
Mar 26, 2020Well produced. Well written. Solid acting. Maintaining the standard set in earlier seasons.
Mar 05, 2020Epic 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.
Mar 03, 2020A very good second season! A boss has fallen; Mexico cartels in a new season; Maybe we will get the rise of El Chapo; A good sequel series nonetheless!
Mar 01, 2020Season 2 is pure cringe. Forced stronk female characters that are utterly badly written, boring plot, Felix spends 99% of the screen time gazing into distance, agents are annoying and feel more like pests than heroes or antiheroes. The show is ruined i honestly doubt that even a good season 3 could redeem and save it, but judging by the unpaid reviews, there isn't gonna be season 3. The only mistake was not killing it after the first season. What a waste of time this has been.
Feb 29, 2020Truly compelling TV. I've always wondered how an entire Country can become a corrupt Narco run State. While fictional, Narcos México provides a glimpse as to how it happened. They really do find the finest actors in Mexico, and it show in this well made series.
Feb 29, 2020Loved it! Things really took an unexpected turn at the end, but however it definitely wasn't as action packed as season 1