Yesterday the first trailer of Narcos season 4 came out. The drug cartel series is en route to Mexico this year. While the first three seasons took place in Columbia, now the series will shift to a new country, Mexico and will chart the rise of the Guadalaraja Cartel in the 1980s. Netflix also confirmed a release date for the season 4 of Narcos in its new trailer which shows the action rising in Mexico.
Season 4 is now known as Narcos: Mexico, in which Pedro Pascal will be stepping down from his roles as DEA agent Javier Peña while the actors Michael Peña and Diego Luna will take the stage. Micheal Peña who is often known for his comic roles will play DEA Agent Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena, and Diego Luna will play the leader of Guadalaraja Cartel, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo.
The Narcos: Mexico is going to cover the uprising of Guadalaraja Cartel and Kiki’s investigation in Mexico. The synopsis of the season 4 reads, “As Kisi garners intelligence on Felix and becomes more entangles in his mission, a tragic chain of events unfold, affecting the drug trade and the war against it for years to come.”
Felix Gallardo is the biggest devil in the Mexican narcosis history who was the founder and leader of the modern Mexican drug trade and Guadalaraja Cartel. Gallardo founded his Cartel in the 1980’s and controlled the almost all of the drug trafficking in Mexico and alongside US borders. He was eventually caught and convicted for murder. Felix Gallardo is currently serving a 37-year sentence at Maximum Security Prison in Mexico.
Gallardo is considered the biggest adversary to Kiki. Agent Camarena’s chase for Felix Gallardo is as legendary as Javier Peña’s hunt for Pablo Escobar. The streaming service describes Gallardo’s character as “quiet but bold, inscrutable but sharp-minded and a benevolent leader who is loyal to his friends, associates and employees but his ambition comes before all else.”