The first official teaser for Netflix’s Narcos Season 2 gave not only a premiere date, but also another red-letter day in history that seemed to confirm Pablo Escobar’s days were numbered. Now, star Wagner Moura confirms a deadly plan for the condensed second season, raising the question of a third Narcos season potentially rebooting.
Anyone watching the first season of Netflix’s Narcos had to wonder how far Season 1 would get into the story of Pablo Escobar without brushing up against his inevitable end, and it looks like Season 2 isn’t backing away from that date with destiny. Not only does the new season have a 2016 premiere, but our first teaser promises that Escobar has an expiration date.
The Wolverine 2 is at least partially inspired by Mark Millar’s Old Man Logan comic, but that doesn’t give us a whole lot to go on, especially when it comes to the villains Hugh Jackman will face in his big farewell to the X-Men franchise. Narcos star Boyd Holbrook was recently cast as an original villain created specifically for the sequel, with Richard E. Grant set to play a mysterious mad scientist. Again, that doesn’t tell us much, but a new rumor may help fill in those blanks.
It’s a big day for the leading men of Netflix’s Narcos — following Pedro Pascal’s casting in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Boyd Holbrook has lined up a pretty major role in another 20th Century Fox franchise: The Wolverine 2. The actor will go head to head with Hugh Jackman, playing the main villain in Wolverine’s final big screen outing.
Netflix’s Colombian drug trade drama Narcos proved a slow-but-steady hit, recently garnering itself a Golden Globe nomination for Pablo Escobar portrayer Wagner Moura, but behind-the-scenes has proven a bit shaky. Following the loss of one showrunner, the second has now stepped down in advance of Season 2.
Anyone who partook of Netflix’s drug-trafficking drama Narcos this past weekend knows how deeply into the world of Columbia’s cocaine trade and Pablo Escobar’s history ten episodes could go, but there’s plenty more to go around. Netflix has officially ordered a second season, albeit with a bit of creative change at the top.
Netflix hasn’t had very much luck launching original dramas since its initial breakout successes, though a little excess might just put José Padilha’s Narcos over the top. Money flies in every direction for the series based on the legendary Pablo Escobar’s drug empire, as Pedro Pascal proves himself ever the Casanova.
A few weeks ago, Netflix’s Narcos smuggled out its first teaser, and now the Pablo Escobar drug drama wants to get away with a full kilo. The drug war is on by the first official Narcos trailer, setting Boyd Holbrook and Pedro Pascal against one of the most notorious drug smugglers in history.
It’s been some time since we’ve heard anything from the front of Netflix original series Narcos, captained by RoboCop director José Padilha, and starring the Red Viper himself, Game of Thrones alum Pedro Pascal. At last, Netflix has finally given us a first look at the new series, as well as an August premiere for the Colombian drug drama.
Though the roles of both John and Sarah Connor have been cast (with Jason Clarke and Emilia Clarke respectively, and of no relation), one of the biggest final puzzle pieces of the cast in the upcoming 'Terminator' reboot, 'Terminator: Genesis,' is who will play Kyle Reese, the man who traveled through time because he fell in love with a picture of Sarah Connor. Currently the role is between Boyd Holbrook and Jai Courtney.