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Rip-roaring new trailer for Netflix's Narcos

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Crime doesn’t pay.

Unless you happen to be Pablo Escobar - in which case it pays ridiculously well.

For the latest trailer for Netflix’s much anticipated series Narcos, we’re treated to a look at Wagner Moura’s take on the cult Columbian cocaine king, who appears to have something of a problem with managing to deal with the sheer amounts of millions he's making. 

Alongside drive-by-shootings and general haze of 1980s fashion and massive phones, the second trailer also gives us more of a peak at the two US lawmen tasked with stopping the Medellin crime boss’s organisation at the peak of its powers. 

Interestingly, one of their plays is to get close to the same women Escobar and his cronies surround themselves with, even going so far as to get deeply intimate with some.

We’ve heard of undercover work, but that’s really going above and beyond…

Narcos starts 28 August at 8.01am (GMT) exclusively on Netflix

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