Even if you’re not into web or tv shows, it’s quite impossible not to have heard one thing or two about Netflix’s production that follows the life of the biggest drug lord in History – Pablo Escobar. In the beginning of the month, Narcos’ second season came out and delighted every spectator who was missing Colombia landscapes or DEA and drug cartels scenarios. Explore here the second season filming set!
The aftermath of Escobar’s escape is evident throughout the set, including the bullet holes that pock the wall behind his desk.
Season two brings a lot new challenges for DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Peña, with a change in American leadership in Colombia, including a new ambassador.
The president’s office in Casa de Nariño offers a striking contrast to Escobar’s hideouts and the streets of Medellín.
Murphy and Peña focus their attention on operations in Medellín, working with Coronel Carrillo and the Search Bloc unit to hunt Escobar.
Escobar’s hideouts also become more dismal. “For the last house, we covered all the walls with our textures, and we added different windows,” Parra says. “We gave the audience a feel of loneliness in his desperate moments.”
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