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Narcos: Mexico Season 3: Co-Creator Says Show Will End With Season 3

Narcos: Mexico Season 3
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Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Updates: With Narcos: Mexico season 3 now available on Netflix, I sat down with Jose Maria Yazpik and Carlo Bernard, Narcos co-creator, executive producer, and showrunner, to discuss the series’ last season.

During the interview, Bernard discussed why this was the best place for Narcos: Mexico to end if there have been any discussions about continuing the show in a new location, what the season is about if Yazpik had any idea how big of a role he’d end up playing when he signed on, and what people would be surprised to learn about the show’s making.

We also discussed what happened to Amado Carrillo Fuentes at the end of the season and whether or not what they presented was accurate.

If you haven’t seen the promos for Narcos: Mexico Season 3, the new season takes place in the 1990s, with the globalization of the drug trade. Everything is up for grabs now that Miguel ngel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) has been arrested, with breakaway cartels pursuing the key players.

Narcos: Mexico Season 3 Ending

Narcos: Mexico Season 3
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Luis Gerardo Méndez as Victor Tapia, a police officer perplexed by a series of brutal killings despite his profession; Alberto Guerra as Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, a drug trafficker who appears innocent but is far deadlier than he appears; and Luisa Rubino as Andrea Nuez, a young journalist out to expose corruption who may end up biting off more than she can chew Scoot McNairy, Alfonso Dosal, Mayra Hermosillo, Matt Letscher, Manuel Masalva, Alejandro Edda, Gorka Lasaosa, and artist Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio, better known as Bad Bunny, star as Arturo “Kitty” Paez, a member of Ramon Arellano Felix’s “Narco Juniors” gang – a bunch of rich, ruthless criminals —

Watch what Carlo Bernard and Jose Maria Yazpik had to say in the movie above, and then scroll down to see what we discussed.

Jose Maria Yazpik and Carlo Bernard

Is a new Narcos series in the works, set in a different location?

Why do they think this was a smart way to end the series.

Did Yazpik realize how important a part he’d wind up playing when he joined on?

What about the making of Narcos that would surprise fans?

When Yazpik was in high school in Tijuana, he used to carpool with the Narco juniors.

Is the season’s conclusion based on fact or fiction?

What are they teasing about the last season?