Netflix has greenlit seasons three and four for its drama series Narcos, days after premiering season two.
The series, which chronicles the exploits of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, will continue to be exectively produced by José Padilha (Elite Squad,RoboCop) and Eric Newman (Children of Men), said Netflix.
Seasons two of Narcos, which debuted Sept. 2, along with the show's freshman campaign are available for members to stream instantly in Ultra HD 4k, said the streaming service.
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