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Report by Verónica Pérez Raigosa from Mexico. Written, edited and translated by TVMAS editors
The protagonists are Diego Luna, Teresa Ruíz, Mayra Hermosillo, José María Yazpik, executive produced by Jesse Moore,
February 15 is the premiere of the successful production that will broadcast from Monday to Friday and will have a catch up available on VOD and A&E Play from previous seasons
A&E premieres the second season of the renowned series “Narcos: México”, based on real events, so its protagonists recognize that it was not easy to shape the characters to show their human side and the circumstances that put them on that path.
César Sabroso, Senior VP of Marketing and PR A&E Networks Latin America served as moderator of the talk with the protagonists of the series, which on February 15 will reach the A&E signal, a channel that accumulates a large audience of approximately 70 million households. according to the executive.
The story tells of the consolidation of drug trafficking in Mexico and is led by Diego Luna, Teresa Ruíz, Mayra Hermosillo, José María Yazpik, executive produced by Jesse Moore, who were present to talk about the plot, which could have one more season.
The actor Diego Luna, who plays Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, recognized that this story is a watershed in the history of Mexico. “I like to talk about a character who knew how to take advantage of a situation at a certain moment, so it is difficult to understand him. He is a character with brutal intensity, about which there is not much information, “said the actor, recognizing that it is difficult for him to connect with this man, however, he tries to show his human side and not judge him, because there is the richness of these projects that tell the stories of human beings.
While the actress Teresa Ruiz agreed that the story shows several edges of a reality of how women like the so-called Queen of the Pacific (her character) break into a men’s business.
José María Yazpik, who plays Amado Carrillo Fuentes, shared his pleasure because this series is still alive and navigating in new channels such as A&E, a signal that in 2020 broadcast the three full seasons of Narcos and the first of Narcos México.
The production will air Monday through Friday and will have a catch up available on VOD and A&E Play from previous seasons.