Narcos: Mexico Season 4 Canceled By Netflix – Everything You Need To Know!
Fans of the third season of Narcos: Mexico is eager to see more of this crime thriller television series. Here at Narcos: Mexico, we’re going to tell you all you need to know about the next season.
It hit fans and reviewers alike when Narcos: Mexico premiered in November 2018. Narcos: Mexico has a 90 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with an audience approval rating of 81 percent. It isn’t surprising, given how fascinating the criminal drama is.
The characters have a lot of depth to them. If you’re a fan of hard-hitting crime programs, this one is for you. We didn’t expect anything less from the Narcos series.
It’s evident that Narcos: Mexico fans like the program; will there be a fourth season? There may be another season of Narcos: Mexico in the works.
How many Narcos: Mexico seasons are there?
Narcos: Mexico currently has three seasons, all of which are available to stream on Netflix. Each season consists of ten episodes with runtimes ranging from 46 to 69 minutes.
Season 4 Of Narcos: Mexico Has Been Canceled
Unfortunately, we have bad news. Narcos: Mexico will not have a fourth season. When Netflix renewed the crime drama series for a third season, they didn’t say whether it would be the final season. However, it was revealed in September 2021 that the third season would be the final chapter of Narcos: Mexico.
To be honest, we’re not surprised at all. Narcos had three seasons, so it stands to reason that its sister show would have the same number of seasons. Both Netflix original series has a similar plot, so if Narcos: Mexico could tell a complete story in three seasons, Narcos: Mexico only needed three seasons. So, don’t expect the fourth season in the near future.
However, keep an eye out for an upcoming limited series from the same creative team as Narcos. The series is called Griselda, and we’re sure you’ll be just as enthralled when it’s released.
Narcos Mexico Season 3 Ending Explained
In the third season, Walt Breslin (Scoot McNairy), a DEA agent, loses more cases than wins. When Juárez’s boss Amado Carillo Fuentes, known as Lord of the Skies (played by José Mara Yázpik), becomes the biggest cocaine trafficker in history, thanks in part to having a key Mexican General on his payroll, Walt’s obsession shifts from taking down one cartel boss to taking down the entire cartel.
Amado’s arrival is awaiting family from Tijuana and the Sinaloans of Joaqun “El Chapo” Guzman (played by Alejandro Edda).
Luisa Rubino, who portrays journalist Andrea, is the franchise’s first female narrator and serves as a doorway to investigating how the “shade of the drug business cast over society” in Mexico and the United States in the 1990s.
For the last six seasons, Narcos has been hammering the same point: “American consumption is the battery that provides life to this whole drug trafficking issue.” Corruption and poverty are more of an issue in Mexico than narcotics.” There is an issue with drugs in the United States.”
According to Bernard in an interview with THR, “you’re trying to put out a fire with squirt gun” when it comes to fighting drugs. He also notes how the “lack of black-and-white answers in the drug trade” is represented in the series’ final scene and explains why Narcos’ cyclical (and cynical) ending could never be neat.
Synopsis for Narcos: Mexico Season 4
As previously stated, there are no plans for a fourth season, so there is no official synopsis. Although we won’t be revisiting the Narcos franchise anytime soon, we believe there’s a good chance a new spinoff will be released in the future.
There are still a lot of stories to tell about the drug trade. Perhaps the new series will focus on the drug trade in another country. However, we must wait and see what the Narcos creators and Netflix decide. So make sure to stay tuned for more Narcos news and coverage!
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