Narkos, the Netflix series that tells the story of cocaine in Latin America and is already available on the platform, said the United States is the "main problem" of drug trafficking and drug addicts of this business, "there are no happy endings ". This is Eric Newman, the American producer and chief creative officer of the series, that after three seasons he focuses on the Colombian cartels of Cali and Medellin, and figures such as Pablo Escobar have now taken action elsewhere. With Diego Luna as a cappuccino of Guadalajara Miguel Angel Felix Galardo, Narcos: Mexico traveled in the late 1970s and early 1980s before the country became a global epicenter of drug trafficking. Differences What distinguishes this from the Colombian seasons of the series? Mexican experience in the "war on drugs" is very different from the one in Colombia. Colombia was somehow a victory because it deactivated the big cartels and the violence reached its peak in the early 1990s. Mexico not only did not win the war, but everything worsened and worsened. And to find germination of this news, Narcos had to travel to the past. When I went into the series survey, I learned how many aspects of Mexican drug history began in the late 1970s with the increase in traffickers in Guadalajara. Felix Galardo was a brilliant, nationalized industry that previously had several separate addictions. It was the real first super cartel. What do you think about critics who say that this humanization "glorifies" the traffickers? There is no trace at the end of Pablo Escobar, blowing the candlelight for the birthday in the hiding place … away from his family. These boys are rich, but they do not live to enjoy their money; There are no happy extremes in the drug trafficking business. I think there is a danger that human monsters will not be humanized because what they would say is that the monster is born and that's not true. If we think we can lose the chance of stopping them before they are in the form of monsters.