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Air Date: August 28th, 2015

Network: NETFLIX

Series Summary
The real-life story of Colombian cocaine drug lord Pablo Escobar and police efforts to catch him.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Crime drama


  • Season 2 - Episode 10 : Al Fin Cayo! Sep 2, 2016

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    Javier deals with the consequences of Judy's interview; Tata tries to persuade Pablo to surrender for the sake of his children.

  • Season 2 - Episode 9 : Nuestra Finca Sep 2, 2016

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    Pablo and an estranged family member are reunited; Judy's life is put in jeopardy; the DEA and CIA clash.

  • Season 2 - Episode 8 : Exit El Patron Sep 2, 2016

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    After the latest terrorist attack, Colombia starts to turn on Escobar; Tata receives help from an unexpected ally; Quica becomes more anxious.

  • Season 2 - Episode 7 : Deutschland 93 Sep 2, 2016

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    As danger increases for the Escobars, Pablo sends his family to a different country; Gaviria considers a plan.

  • Season 2 - Episode 6 : Los Pepes Sep 2, 2016

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    Los Pepes wants to take down Pablo and empire; Tata's brother wants her to leave and seek safety with her kids.

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  • Mostly the show is a breezy tour through history, sometimes informative but rarely affecting. Show More

  • Your engagement with Narcos is going to depend on how much you can become concerned about Escobar and his fate, how much you can look past the series’ easy melodrama to savor its more subtle and moving moments of political intrigue, and the small, vivid subplots about the Escobar gang’s individual lives. Show More

  • Finding out how Escobar rose in power and status to become a murderous megalomaniacal drug lord is as fascinating as it is frightening. This is due in large part to the masterful performance Brazilian actor Wagner Moura delivers as Escobar. Menacing but never melodramatic, Moura is exceptionally convincing and subtle.... Murphy is a man who wants to “do good” and nearly ruins the series because it. Compounding the issue, Murphy’s voice-over commentary is excessive, occasionally states the obvious and at its worse, takes you out of the moment. Show More

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