Netflix: ‘Narcos Mexico’ Season 2: Jesse Garcia Worked for 8 Months in Mexico says It’s Portrayed Really Bad

There’s a lot to look forward to in the second season of Narcos: Mexico. The trailer features the famous “White Storm” by Guadalajara Cartel’s “El Padrino” Engel Felix Gallardo (Diego Luna).

There is also a further rise of Gallardo. There is a high octane action we saw in the trailer. But the most anticipated part of the story is how Americans will seek revenge for the torture and killing of one afterward: DEA agent Kiki Kamerena (Michael Pena).

At the end of season one, an American task force infiltrated into Mexico. This task force has very specific objectives – one, finding out why Kamerna was murdered, and two, and destabilizing Gallardo’s empire.

Leading this team is DEA Agent Walt Breslin (Scout McNary). Sal Orozco starring Jesse Garcia as part of this crew.

Netflix: 'Narcos Mexico' Season 2: Jesse Garcia Worked for 8 Months in Mexico says It's Portrayed Really Bad
Netflix: ‘Narcos Mexico’ Season 2: Jesse Garcia Worked for 8 Months in Mexico says It’s Portrayed Really Bad

In a casual chat with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), Garcia talked about some of the aspects of Season Two of her character, where’s Narcos: Mexico, Named Country, and Representation of People of Color on Movies and TV.

Orozco is also a TEA agent for Garcia. His character, unlike many other main characters, is not based on one person in particular; rather he is a combination of various DOE agents.

His and the remainder of the collaboration is to “cut down the terrible ones.”Garcia explained: “So, the DEA agents and the Mexican police and the military – we formed a team of this kind and went out looking for the people who killed Kiki.

But when they research these things, they see great events. ”
Thinking aloud how much he was allowed before the show’s release, Garcia added, “So, yeah. They see a few things they don’t plan to come up with. ”

He explained that both DEA ​​agents and Mexican police have different guidelines. This certainly leads to some “internal turmoil” and obvious trust issues.

For Narcos: Mexico Season Two, Garcia had to work in the country for almost eight months. “Mexico is beautiful,” the actor said. “It is downright awful [sic] how Mexico is depicted in the media, and Mexico City is a great, wonderful city.”

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