‘Narcos’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Wagner Moura to Come Back Next Season; New Characters Includes Curtiss Cook [PLOT]
"Narcos" Season 3 is already scheduled to return to the small screen on Netflix in 2017, and fans could no longer wait to know more about it. According to the reports, many fans are excited for the upcoming season as new cast members are expected to join the show. Some of the existing stars of the show will also be coming back for another run.
In a report by Deadline, Curtiss Cook, who stars in the American political drama web television series "House of Cards," will join "Narcos" Season 3 as Gilbert Mills. As of the moment, the production team and Netflix have yet to provide further information regarding the new character.
Another star who will join "Narcos" Season 3 is Andrea Londo, who is known for her role in the 2014 indie movie "Pasaporte." Londo will play the character of Maria, a young Colombian beauty queen. Aside from the name of the character, no other details were provided; however, fans expect Netflix to make further announcement before the year ends.
Following the death of the most dangerous drug lord in Columbia, Pablo Escobar, "Narcos" Season 3 is expected to concentrate its story on the Cali cartel. The group has been known to be the greatest rival of Medellin cartel, which Escobar led until his death in Season 2.
Agent Javier Pena, who is played by Chilean-born American actor Pedro Pascal, will be back in "Narcos" Season 3 to go after the Cali cartel. There are speculations suggesting that Wagner Moura might return as the late Pablo Escobar in flashbacks as the production team tries to establish the reasons behind the conflict between the two of the biggest drug cartels in Columbia.
Meanwhile, there is still no concrete information suggesting that Boyd Holbrook, who played the role of Agent Steve Murphy, will come back in "Narcos" Season 3. Stay tuned for more news and updates about the development and air date details of the upcoming "Narcos" Season 3.
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