Narcos (2015–2017)
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Todos Los Hombres del Presidente 

David follows his suspicions. Peña is shocked to discover the depth of corruption in the Colombian government. Miguel is sought after once again.


Andrés Baiz (as Andi Baiz)


Chris Brancato (created by), Carlo Bernard (created by) | 5 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Pedro Pascal ... Javier Peña
Damián Alcázar ... Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela
Alberto Ammann ... Pacho Herrera
Francisco Denis ... Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela
Pêpê Rapazote ... Chepe Santacruz Londoño
Arturo Castro ... David Rodriguez
Matias Varela ... Jorge Salcedo
Michael Stahl-David ... Chris Feistl
Matt Whelan ... Daniel Van Ness
Eric Lange ... Bill Stechner
Andrea Londo ... Maria Salazar
Brett Cullen ... Arthur Crosby
Roberto Cano Roberto Cano ... Darío
Cristian Sarmiento Cristian Sarmiento ... Fercho
Gaston Velandia Gaston Velandia ... General Serrano (as Gastón Velandia)


David follows his suspicions. Peña is shocked to discover the depth of corruption in the Colombian government. Miguel is sought after once again.

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When Peña first discusses the extraction plan with General Serrano, he shows him a picture of Agents Van Ness and Feistl with the targeted building in the background, which is the fictionalized photograph of the actual agents' photo shown during the opening montage. See more »


When Salcedo gives the Uzi to his wife and explains the security functionality, he concludes with "that's all you have to do". Only then he puts in a magazine and puts the gun away without a loading movement. If she now pulls the trigger, nothing will happen. See more »


Javier Peña: So that's it. They bought
Javier Peña: the president.
Arthur Crosby: And for now, they get to keep him.
Javier Peña: [begins to leave, then turns around] We never had a chance.
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Such a disappointment
10 November 2017 | by lyb3-891-985883See all my reviews

Without an a priori strong character like Pablo, the writers of this season had to start from scratch in order to keep us engaged. And I must say, they did a wonderful job crafting the dark, unjust, raw Narco-world. Up until this episode. Everything - from the generic shootouts to the naive ex machina moments, I absolutely hated. And I simply can not believe this episode could be the highest rated of the season. There was so much emotional depth in some the previous ones, so much brutal realism. Not many mainstream shows dare to explore those. How could anyone have missed that?

Also - the intro was out of sync, it seems that I am the only one that has spotted this. Bad episode. Peace.

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Release Date:

1 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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