Narcos (2015–2017)
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Al Fin Cayó! 

Javier deals with the repercussions from Judy's interview. Tata tries to convince Pablo to surrender for the sake of his children.

Director:

Andrés Baiz

Writers:

Chris Brancato (created by), Carlo Bernard (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wagner Moura ... Pablo Escobar
Boyd Holbrook ... Steve Murphy
Pedro Pascal ... Javier Peña
Damián Alcázar ... Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela
Paulina Gaitan ... Tata Escobar (as Paulina Gaitán)
Paulina García ... Hermilda Gaviria
Francisco Denis ... Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela
Alberto Ammann ... Pacho Herrera
Raúl Méndez ... César Gaviria
Leynar Gomez ... Limon
Juan Pablo Raba ... Gustavo Gaviria
Konstantin Melikhov ... Edward Jacoby
Matthew Glave ... Spencer
Jorge Monterrosa ... Trujillo (as Jorge Monterroza)
Juan Pablo Shuk ... Colonel Martinez
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Javier deals with the repercussions from Judy's interview. Tata tries to convince Pablo to surrender for the sake of his children.

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Release Date:

2 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Title translates to "Finally Fell!" in English. See more »

Goofs

The cafeteria that Pablo buys his ice cream from in Medellin has a large mural of the lower Manhattan skyline on the wall behind the cashier. The Twin Towers are nowhere to be seen and you can make out the lower floors of the new WTC1 next to the Global Financial Center. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Woman: [as band plays marching music] Citizens of Colombia, we present your new president, Pablo Escobar!
[crowd cheering and chanting]
Woman: Pablo! Pablo! Pablo!
Pablo Escobar: [graciously] Thank you.
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Serenata de amor
Written and performed by Jaime R. Echavarria
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Tops its first Season in nearly every way
19 October 2016 | by Nima ZeraatpishehSee all my reviews

Narcos: Season 2 is possibly the best season of a television series l have ever seen. What was so insane about Season 2 of Narcos is how it still managed to have the exact same time slot of episodes compared with Season 1 yet take place over the course of a year rather then 15. One of peoples greatest fears when going into Season 2 was how can the show maintain that same fast paced setting and energy with such a short time frame building to Escobar's death. By fleshing out the character and making you sympathize with him before his untimely end. This show made me root for Pablo when he was running on those rooftops in the final minutes of the show. It made me want him to win, to escape for two reasons. The amazing writing and Wagner Moura's indescribable performance. Wagner Moura was so good as Pablo i would go as far as saying he did a better job at portraying a drug dealer then Bryan Cranston ever could. The guy just has so much charisma and optimism while still managing to be extremely ruthless. Pena was also further developed in Season 2 which reaches my only complaint. Murphy was given nothing to do. His narrations were reduced as well as his screen time and while in Season 1 he felt like a piece of the puzzle, hear he just felt like an empty space. On the other hand, Pablo's wife had a lot more to do this season and his entire family had a much larger role. The season was also much more brutal then the first and decreased the sex while upping the action. There wasn't a single dull scene or moment in the entire season. Every episode just built on the last with satisfying climaxes and beautifully brutal shootouts. The finale also did a great job at setting up Cali for season 3 which I am very much looking forward to as well as setting up a new journey for our good friend Pena.

In conclusion, Narcos: Season 2 tops off its predecessor in nearly every way, with further depth given to its characters, a much more intense and frenetic pace, brutal shootouts, indescribably good performances while setting up the perfect antagonist for Season 3

Narcos: Season 2 gets a 10/10


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