Season 2 was about the manhunt and the death of the dangerous Pablo Escobar. The creators of the show told USA Today that the show was never about Pablo Escobar and it was about the drug war.
While there are several stories and reports about how Pablo died, the real officers, Steve Murphy and Javier Peña, openly talked about the details of Pablo's death and the information they relayed to the creators of the show, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
"I was there. I'm the only American who was there that saw Pablo Escobar's body. The reason I was smiling is because we knew, effective that moment, that every citizen in Colombia was safer, simply because one man died."
Even before Season 2 landed, Padilha and Newman talked about the fate of Pablo Escobar leading to his inevitable death. Both of the creators said Narcos will continue to further show the drug wars that panned out starting from the 1970s, the formative years of Escobar as shown in Season 1. In Season 2, the story quickly pans through the last 18 months of the nefarious and violent drug lord, according to the Inquisitr.
Talking to IndieWire, Padilha clarified the theme of the docudrama series by citing how America consumes drugs in massive quantities and is the biggest drug market, money-wise. Meanwhile, America's solution has been to kill the suppliers, while being loose on educating and doing social work.
Adding to that, Newman states that the show will run as long as the viewers let him and until the cocaine trade stops. In a nutshell, despite the death of Pablo in Season 2, the documentary-style crime drama on the war with the drug cartels will continue to reveal more chapters beyond Escobar.
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Following Season 2, Pablo fans are going to miss him. But here's an opportunity to know the real him outside of Narcos. Canada's Network Entertainment has produced a documentary series titled Facing. The first episode (requires subscription) shows some rare footage as well as photos of the drug lord Pablo and an interview of those who faced him when he was alive. National Geographic is distributing the Facing series in the U.S.
— Bruno Mars (@BrunoMars) September 3, 2016
Netflix simply states that Narcos Season 3 is set to arrive in 2017, but did not specify the date. However, looking at the release chronology of Season 1 and 2, the new Season 3 might arrive on Netflix by fall 2017.
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