'Narcos' Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: New Characters Spice Up the Show; Pablo Escobar's Death Signals Drug Trade Downfall?
"Narcos" Season 3 has already been confirmed. With this, a slew of new stars is geared to joined the massive cast of the hit crime thriller series. Fans could expect a lot more action, drama and surprising twists in "Narcos" Season 3.
The very formidable yet straightforward story of "Narcos" pulled in millions of fans to watch the Netflix television series. The show's premise, cast, and general production value added to the worth of the biographical, historical show. This then ushered in the introduction of "Narcos" Season 3, a welcome treat for all the fans.
The show's cast just keeps growing by the season, which fans would also see in "Narcos" Season 3. Andrea Londo, the latest newcomer added to the show, will be portraying the character of Maria. She would then be a young former beauty queen hailing from Colombia with more than enough wits and guts to survive.
"Narcos" Season 3 would also see Nicholas Gonzalez playing DEA agent Lopez. He will be sided with the ones fighting to eliminate drugs, and would be an ally of Javier Peña, portrayed by Pedro Pascal. "Narcos" Season 3 will then see a more widely reinforced effort from the authorities to eliminate the Colombian drug trade, which follows the death of Pablo Escobar, played by Wagner Moura.
"Narcos" Season 3 will also see Michael Stahl-David portraying the role of Chris Feistl. The character would be an American agent assigned to Colombia to track down the drug movements. It is still unrevealed though if he would be joining hands with Peña or not.
The last addition to the cast of "Narcos" Season 3 would then be Kerry Bishe. The actress will be playing Christina, an American who is supposed to play an important role in disarming the Cali Cartel. With historical records proving the impending doom of the cartel, Christina would play a vital role in that downfall.
"Narcos" Season 3 is set to air in 2017 on Netflix. Following the direction of "Narcos" Season 2, where Pablo Escobar had died, fans get to see the direct repercussions and how it affects the drug trade.