He has his work cut out for him, taking down the cartel that, at its height, controlled 90 percent of the world’s cocaine market. And to pretend that these guys weren’t as evil as the guy who came before them—that’s a mistake.”
The third season of Narcos will shift focus from Pablo Escobar to Colombia’s Cali Cartel. 2017-07-14T21:06:18+00:00″>
Published:July 14, 2017 9:06 pm
Narcos season 3 teaser: When the US government was focussed on arresting the most wanted drug lord, Pablo Escobar, Cali started building his own drug empire
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Narcos season 3 is all set to release on Netflix on September 1. Through out season one and two, when the US government was focussed on arresting the most wanted drug lord, Pablo Escobar, Cali started building his own drug empire. The teaser for its third season just landed. The teaser begins with Javier Peña (Pedro Pascal) voice. “While the world was focused on Escobar, Cali became the biggest cocaine cartel in history. They will now collaborate with the Colombian law enforcement to take down Cali, a cartel with intelligence and spies so vast, it was once compared to the Russian KGB.