Season 2 of the acclaimed Netflix series Narcos is expected to hit our screens in August 2016. The new season has been wrapped up with post-production expected to be completed by June 20 or June 25.
Series composer, Pedro Bromfman himself has only two more episodes of Narcos Season 2 left to score, with the entire production team working on a projected release date of August 2016. At this stage no release date has been confirmed.
According to Bromfman, while Netflix has not confirmed a third season renewal for Narcos just yet, the original plan for Narcos was for the show to follow the nexus of cartel activity as it moved from Medellín to Cali and eventually, Mexico. Whether the DEA agents will remain on the show is up to the writers, assuming Netflix greenlights the third season.
“Season 2 is a lot about, of course, the fall of Escobar and the fall of the Medellín cartel, and the rise of the Cali cartel. We start meeting a lot of new characters in Season 2, and we start understanding how the situation expanded from Medellín to Cali and everything that took place,” said Bromfman. “It just shifts places, but it keeps moving. As long as there’s people buying drugs, there’ll be bad guys trying to provide them and killing people and doing things. As long as they are illegal, and as long there are people interested in them, apparently there’s no stopping it. Now it’s in Mexico, but it did go around. It did go around for a long time.”
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