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Season 2 picks up where Season 1 left off with Escobar (Wagner Moura) on the run from the prison he built with the DEA and Colombian military hot on his heels while Colombian authorities are determined to put an end to his illegal activities.
By streamlining the narrative into a compelling manhunt that makes far better use of actors like Pascal and Holbrook, while still giving Moura room to shine, Narcos has definitely improved in season 2.
Fans of season one will likely feel that season two is a suitably impressive step forward.But... it struggles with the difficulties of telling straightforward historical true stories within the confines of episodic television.
While Narcos isn't much for visual splendor -- it's filmed as a cut above your average basic cable-TV-true-crime documentary -- it has Moura's wonderful performance as its central image, one that will be what people remember about Narcos.