Netflix confirmed “Narcos” season three and four in 2017 and 2018
September 8, 2016
Netflix has confirmed its drug fueled show “Narcos” again at least for two more seasons ahead. After the success in its first season Netflix headed for second season which is premiered recently on Netflix official channel as well as its YouTube channel. Starring at the praises of fan and their raising interest in second season, like first season, Netflix has decided to go for third as well as fourth seasons of Narcos.
About season three and four:
When it is questioned that how will the show continue to its further seasons after Pablo Escobar? So Netflix answered that the show is about the cocaine trade not Pablo Escobar so it will be continued and the successors of Pablo Escobar will replace him. So it is confirmed that Narcos is not going to end this season in fact there is much more waiting in next two seasons.
The show Narcos is an American drug crime drama series in which the stories of Colombian drug trade Lord Pablo Escobar is chronicled. Pablo Escobar was a Colombian drug trader in 1980’s. He was the lord of about 90% of cocain trade round the world at that time. Number of stories of Pablo Escobar was compiled to make a story of ten episode for first series.
The first season has been on aired in 2015 comprising of ten episode. The show has also been nominated for awards and attained high praise from fan which compelled its producers to go for second and now for third and fourth seasons.
Expectations of Fans:
It is expected that the third season will be premiered in 2017 and fourth in 2018. Fans are excited for its new stories after the death of Pablo Escobar. It is expected that the upcoming season will be the hub of many new stories of Colombian drug criminals. Like previous seasons the next season is already drawing fans attention, excitement and hopes.
Crew and cast:
The chief producers Eric Newman and Jose Padilha will be serving again in second and thord seasons of Narcos. While the crew will be different in next seasons.