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On Monday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the 10-episode third (and final) season of Narcos: Mexico, which premieres November 5.

Grammy-winning rapper Bad Bunny makes his debut as Everardo Arturo ‘Kitty’ Paez, who’s a member of Ramón Arellano Félix (Manuel Masalva)’s Narco Juniors gang.

‘I loved the original Narcos, so when they announced Narcos: Mexico, I was sold,’ the Puerto Rican 27-year-old (born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) told EW last month.

'It's time to hit them right now': On Monday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the 10-episode third (and final) season of Narcos: Mexico, which premieres November 5

'It's time to hit them right now': On Monday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the 10-episode third (and final) season of Narcos: Mexico, which premieres November 5

‘It’s time to hit them right now’: On Monday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the 10-episode third (and final) season of Narcos: Mexico, which premieres November 5

‘I’m honored to be a part of the show. Kitty is a charismatic guy who loved looking fresh. He likes nice things, and I can really relate to that!’

The real-life ‘El Kitty’ was an upper-class gangster who helped smuggle nearly four tons of cocaine from Mexico between 1988 and 1996 before becoming an FBI informant.

The nineties-set third season depicts the failed assassination of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán (Alejandro Edda), who’s now imprisoned at ADX Florence in Colorado.

Fugitiva star Luisa Rubino serves as the first female narrator of the critically-acclaimed drug cartel drama, playing ambitious journalist Andrea Nuñez.

Acting turn: Grammy-winning rapper Bad Bunny makes his debut as Everardo Arturo 'Kitty' Paez, who's a member of Ramón Arellano Félix (Manuel Masalva)'s Narco Juniors gang

Acting turn: Grammy-winning rapper Bad Bunny makes his debut as Everardo Arturo 'Kitty' Paez, who's a member of Ramón Arellano Félix (Manuel Masalva)'s Narco Juniors gang

Acting turn: Grammy-winning rapper Bad Bunny makes his debut as Everardo Arturo ‘Kitty’ Paez, who’s a member of Ramón Arellano Félix (Manuel Masalva)’s Narco Juniors gang

The Puerto Rican 27-year-old told EW last month: 'I loved the original Narcos, so when they announced Narcos: Mexico, I was sold. I'm honored to be a part of the show. Kitty is a charismatic guy who loved looking fresh. He likes nice things, and I can really relate to that!'

The Puerto Rican 27-year-old told EW last month: 'I loved the original Narcos, so when they announced Narcos: Mexico, I was sold. I'm honored to be a part of the show. Kitty is a charismatic guy who loved looking fresh. He likes nice things, and I can really relate to that!'

The Puerto Rican 27-year-old told EW last month: ‘I loved the original Narcos, so when they announced Narcos: Mexico, I was sold. I’m honored to be a part of the show. Kitty is a charismatic guy who loved looking fresh. He likes nice things, and I can really relate to that!’

Wealthy: The real-life 'El Kitty' was an upper-class gangster who helped smuggle nearly four tons of cocaine from Mexico between 1988 and 1996 before becoming an FBI informant

Wealthy: The real-life 'El Kitty' was an upper-class gangster who helped smuggle nearly four tons of cocaine from Mexico between 1988 and 1996 before becoming an FBI informant

Wealthy: The real-life ‘El Kitty’ was an upper-class gangster who helped smuggle nearly four tons of cocaine from Mexico between 1988 and 1996 before becoming an FBI informant

‘This is the start of something dangerous,’ the 23-year-old Mexican actress said in the two-minute trailer.

‘We’re all here for a reason.’

The first and second season narrator Scoot McNairy is also back as DEA agent Walt Breslin.

Among the new generation of Mexican kingpins featured is the returning Juárez cartel leader Amada Carillo Fuentes played by José María Yázpik.

'I want Chapo's head': The nineties-set third season depicts the failed assassination of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán (M, Alejandro Edda), who's now imprisoned at ADX Florence in Colorado

'I want Chapo's head': The nineties-set third season depicts the failed assassination of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán (M, Alejandro Edda), who's now imprisoned at ADX Florence in Colorado

‘I want Chapo’s head’: The nineties-set third season depicts the failed assassination of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán (M, Alejandro Edda), who’s now imprisoned at ADX Florence in Colorado

'This is the start of something dangerous': Fugitiva star Luisa Rubino serves as the first female narrator of the critically-acclaimed drug cartel drama, playing ambitious journalist Andrea Nuñez

'This is the start of something dangerous': Fugitiva star Luisa Rubino serves as the first female narrator of the critically-acclaimed drug cartel drama, playing ambitious journalist Andrea Nuñez

‘This is the start of something dangerous’: Fugitiva star Luisa Rubino serves as the first female narrator of the critically-acclaimed drug cartel drama, playing ambitious journalist Andrea Nuñez

'Chaos brings opportunity': The first and second season narrator Scoot McNairy is also back as DEA agent Walt Breslin

'Chaos brings opportunity': The first and second season narrator Scoot McNairy is also back as DEA agent Walt Breslin

‘Chaos brings opportunity’: The first and second season narrator Scoot McNairy is also back as DEA agent Walt Breslin

The imprisoned Guadalajara cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) said: ‘[Amada] could be the most powerful trafficker this country’s ever seen.’

‘There is no end to this stuff, so at some point you just have to draw a line and work towards that,’ showrunner Carlo Bernard told EW.

‘We tried to design something that captured the sprawling, ongoing nature of the phenomenon and tragedy of the drug business, but also told a satisfying and complete story.’

Menacing: Among the new generation of Mexican kingpins featured is the returning Juárez cartel leader Amada Carillo Fuentes played by José María Yázpik

Menacing: Among the new generation of Mexican kingpins featured is the returning Juárez cartel leader Amada Carillo Fuentes played by José María Yázpik

Menacing: Among the new generation of Mexican kingpins featured is the returning Juárez cartel leader Amada Carillo Fuentes played by José María Yázpik

The imprisoned Guadalajara cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) said: '[Amada] could be the most powerful trafficker this country's ever seen'

The imprisoned Guadalajara cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) said: '[Amada] could be the most powerful trafficker this country's ever seen'

The imprisoned Guadalajara cartel leader Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) said: ‘[Amada] could be the most powerful trafficker this country’s ever seen’

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