Television Show: Narcos

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Television Show: Narcos
My favorite show is a show on Netflix called Narcos. A story based on a famous drug lord from Columbia named Pablo Escobar. The actor that plays the role of Pablo Escobar is named Wagner Moura. The show depicts the daily life and movement of cocaine around Escobar. The show has a five star rating on Netflix. Since the first release on August 28, 2015, Narcos has become impressively popular.

Works Cited
Moreno, Carolina. "Netflix's 'Narcos' Series On Pablo Escobar 'Will Be Like Nothing Ever Seen Before'" The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 3 Apr. 2014. Web. 06 Sept. 2016.

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