After a first look earlier this summer, Netflix has released a trailer for its new series Narcos: Mexico, a follow up to its three-season series Narcos, as the narrative transitions from Colombia to Mexico.

While Narcos previously focused on the Cali cartel in Colombia and Pablo Escobar, Season Four puts the spotlight on the rise of Mexico's Guadalajara cartel in the early 1980's. In the short one-minute trailer above, the theme of the series remain the same, as drugs, battles and the rise of an empire are the main story lines for Narcos: Mexico.

Additionally the series will feature two new stars with Diego Luna of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, who will play cartel leader Félix Gallardo, and Michael Peña from Ant-Man and the Wasp, portraying an undercover DEA agent Kiki Camarena, tasked to bring Gallardo down.

Narcos: Mexico premieres November 16 on Netflix.

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