Succeeding entering the personality of Scooter McNary as the leading role at the initial sight in “Narcos: Mexico”, the trailer for the second season of the Netflix Cartel Drama highlights star Diego Luna driving the divided kingdom.
Colombians are no longer in charge. In the action-packed new footage, Felix Gallardo (Luna) says, “It’s my turn.” The Americans may try to stop us, but they will fail.
Season two of Mexico premiered on February 13, more than a year after the release of “Narcos: Mexico”. That first season moved the long-running drama into new territory when he moved back to Mexico in the 1980s to explore the origins of the Guadalajara Cartel and the Mexican Drug War.
Most of the newcomers in the Mexico chapter, such as “Narco, Gallardo”, were against Kiki Camarena (Michael Pena), a DEA agent. the focus of Narcos season one and two, and his Colombian rival in the Cali Cartel, the boss of season three.
Narcos: Mexico reappears under the guidance of an English-speaking narrator, and in the final scene of the season he is identified as the new face McNeil.
Later DEA agent Camarena’s end at the guidance of Gallardo, McAndley encountered Guadalajara as an attorney for Operation Landa, a single task team that would take blame about those responsible for Camarena’s death.
The narrator shows himself on camera in the final scene as Agent Walt Breslin. McNally’s casting was kept secret until the show’s launch.
These removals of “Narcos: Mexico” would guide to confusions, wrong schedules, and crime on both sides of the edge, managing to a formidable presence in the failed war on drugs.
This points to the most corrupt corruption of his desperate government in the mid-1980s, as Felix Gallardo’s super cartels split under his black weight and social and political change within Mexico.
Meantime, Camarena tries to claim vengeance on her hanging by the American leads her away of all hope for truth. The cycle of violence increases.