Narcos: Mexico year two introduced DEA representative Walt Breslin (performed with Scoot McNairy) to the forefront of the series as he began to pursue drug lord Felix Gallardo (Diego Luna). Now, the series is anticipated to go back for a year three to Netflix, some audiences have been wondering whether Breslin would be back for this or not.
Will Walt Breslin return for Narcos: Mexico season 3?
Fans of Narcos are still waiting to see whether the series will soon be returning for another outing on Netflix.
Nothing has been announced however, the show’s executive producer Eric Newman has revealed he’d be eager to carry on the narrative of Mexico’s drug cartels.
He revealed he spoke to Netflix.
Teasing what the future would seem to be at the show, ” he told the publication: “You may look at season one of Narcos: Mexico as possession of power, and year two as the erosion of it — and then what comes in its place is chaos.
“At the end of year two, we become untethered and we are hurtling out of control, and in which it leads is our incredibly damn present”
Some viewers are left wondering if season three would have room for Breslin to return.
The finale of season two discovered Gallardo in prison since Breslin came to visit him in hopes of finally obtaining a confession for Kiki Camarena’s (Michael Peña) murder.
What happened was Gallardo began to warn the DEA representative the chaos was only starting.
He advised him which cartels to be on the lookout for, in addition to hinting Amado Carrillo Fuentes (José María Yázpik) could be the newest leader in Mexico.
Talking about whether this could imply Breslin would be returning to tell the story, Newman was optimistic.
When asked if there could be a place for him in season three, he told The Hollywood Reporter: “There could be.
“I think we’d only be so blessed to continue to operate with Scoot McNairy.”
Actor Scoot McNairy has also spoken about if he’d return for one more excursion of the show or not.
When asked about season three by Decider, he explained: “I don’t understand. There has been some talk about it.
“That’s something which’s completely out of my end. If they ask me to return or did approach me, I would do this.
“I had a very fantastic time on the show, a very great time in Mexico. So yeah, I would be really happy to do so.”
Given Breslin was not based on a real-life figure in the show, it could be simple to slot straight him to the show.
Fans will just have to keep their fingers returning.
Express.co.uk will keep viewers up to date once any more is published about the future of Narcos: Mexico.