Back in December 2018, the green light was given for the second season of Narcos: Mexico. Good news for Narcos: Mexico fans, it looks like we’ll be seeing season two of Netflix’s show in February.
However, there is no official date for the same. Still, one of the core cast member José María Yazpik, who plays Amado Carrillo Fuentes in the show, took the Instagram and said that Season 2 might be on its way in February 2020. Netflix, on its own, has not officially announced the release date of Narcos: Mexico Season Two.
On Instagram, the actor posted a photo of himself to which a fan asked if there is any Narcos: Mexico season two release date? To which Yazpik replied, ‘Febrero’ with translates to February in English in a now-deleted comment on his personal Instagram account.
Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico is the sister series to critically acclaimed cartel crime show Narcos. The original series show focuses on the drug trade in Colombia, with the American Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) attempting to dismantle the drug trade in Latin America, which was primarily led by infamous leader Pablo Escobar. It initially began as the fourth season of the original Narcos show, but after seeing its success, it was developed into a separate series.
Narcos: Mexico looks at the rise of the Guadalajara drug cartel in the 1980s, Mexico. The season followed the two men in a catch and chase sequence, which later ends on kidnapping, torture, and murder of Kiki, whose death was shocking. The season two would mainly be focused on to bring justice to Kiki’s death. The finale ends with DEA Agent Walt Breslin (Scoot McNair) saying: “We knew we were in a war. Now, it was our turn. Pretty soon, they were gonna know, and they were in one too.”
Netflix confirmed on 5th December 2018 that a second season is on its way, and it would be going ahead to be available for streaming soon. Netflix announced with the attached exclusive video with a comment, “We’re building an empire. Why stop now?”