Thankfully, the streaming service delivered a critically well-received show that was met with praise from fans around the world, leading to a second season being commissioned.
We finally have the premiere date for season two, and it won’t be too long until you get your next fix of Pablo Escobar's story.
Netflix has announced the series will be exclusively streaming on their service from the 2 September onwards, all 10 episodes debuting at the same time.
Wagner Moura (Elite Squad, Elysium), Boyd Holbrook (Gone Girl) and Pedro Pascal reprise their roles as Pablo Escobar and DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Peña, respectively.
Meanwhile, the first creepy trailer for the Stranger Things, a Netflix exclusive starring Winona Ryder as the lead. The streaming service also recently released a ‘binge-scale’, revealing which shows we’re likely to binge watch.
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