Critics, however, believe that the latest revelation from Marroquin shall not have an impact in the plotlines of the upcoming third season of “Narcos” since Pablo Escobar shall no longer be featured as the drug kingpin is already dead.
It would be foolish for the TV series to dwell on the possibility that Escobar may have shot himself instead of the authorities pinning him down and killing himself in the process. It would be way off-topic already since Season 3 of “Narcos” shall focus on the emergence of the Cali Cartel after the death of Pablo Escobar.
Executive producer Eric Newman assured fans that there is going to be life in “Narcos” even after the death of Pablo Escobar, played by Brazilian actor Wagner Moura during the first two seasons.
The TV series has already been renewed by Netflix for two more seasons, officially debunking cancellation rumors for the TV series as a result of the supposed fan backlash after the death of Escobar.
Before the start of production for “Narcos” Season 3 last month, the production team has been announcing the cast of characters for “Narcos” and two of the actors to have joined the series for its third season are Nicholas Gonzalez and Andrea Londo.
Nicholas Gonzales is best known for his portrayal of Rosewood Detective Marco Furey in “Pretty Little Liars” and also as the brother of Cisco Ramon in “The Flash.”
Andrea Londo, on the other hand, shall be taking on the role of Maria, a former Colombian beauty queen who is smart and knows how to survive.