Inspired by the excitement where the last season stops that follows Kiki Camarena, a youthful fearless and smart police agent, who moves to have a new position in Guadalajara, where he battles against confronting the evil drug dealers domain in Mexico. In this new season, Félix makes a deal with an opium vendor.
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).
At its best, Narcos: Mexico recalls The Godfather Part II, with Gallardo recalling Michael Corleone. His success backs him into a lonely corner because his ambition outlasts his intimate relationships. And his most intriguing relationship is with Mexico.
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.