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Narcos Season 2 lands on Netflix today, taking us back into the violent, gripping world of the DEA, Pablo Escobar and all of his dealers and sicarios.
So far, Netflix has promised war and a manhunt, with Pablo on the run in the show’s second season and the Colombian authorities in relentless pursuit – and determined to put an end to his illegal activities. You can read our spoiler-free first look review of Season 2 here.
But between all the double-crossing, back-stabbing, hit-manning, coke-selling and political plotting, it’s hard to remember exactly how we got to this point. What happened in Season 1? Now, we’ve got the answer, with a handy recap video to sums up all of Narcos Season 1 in under nine minutes.
Warning: It contains a lot of death. And drugs. And swearing. Also, hippos.
All episodes of Season 2 are available now on Netflix UK, as part of a £7.49 monthly subscription.
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