This third and final season follows the war that breaks out after Felix’s arrest and the new Mexican kingpins who emerge as newly independent cartels navigate political turmoil and escalating violence.
Returning series regulars include Scoot McNairy, José María Yázpik, Alfonso Dosal, Mayra Hermosillo, Matt Letscher, Manuel Masalva, Alejandro Edda and Gorka Lasaosa. New cast members include Luis Gerardo Méndez, Alberto Guerra and Luisa Rubino, with guest star Bad Bunny aka Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio.
Executive producers on the series are Sidonie Dumas; Christophe Riandee; Nicolas Atlan; José Padilha; Doug Miro; Andrés Baiz, who also directs; Eric Newman and showrunner Carlo Bernard. Other directors are Alejandra Márquez Abella, Luis Ortega, Amat Escalante and Wagner Moura direct. Gaumont serves as the production company.
Watch a teaser and see some first-look images for the third and final season below.
Also in today’s TV news roundup:
NBCUniversal announced that “America’s Big Deal, the first ever live shoppable competition series, will premiere on USA Network on Oct. 14 at 9 p.m. Hosted by Scott Evans, each episode will give four entrepreneurs three minutes to pitch their products live to viewers at home, who can purchase the products via ShoppableTV and NBCUniversal Checkout. The contestant with most live sales throughout the episode will win a chance to make a deal with someone from the show’s panel of retail investors. Joy Mangano executive produces along with DIGA Studios’ Tony DiSanto, Nick Rigg, Shawn Strickland and showrunner Alison Holloway. Watch a trailer below.
Peacock announced that “One of Us Is Lying” will premiere on Oct. 7. The eight-episode season will roll out over the course of three weeks, with episodes 1-3 dropping Oct. 7, episodes 4-6 on Oct. 14 and episodes 7-8 on Oct. 21. Based on Karen McManus’ best-selling novel, “One of Us Is Lying” follows the aftermath of when five high school students walk into detention and only four make it out alive. The series stars Annalisa Cochrane, Chibuikem Uche, Marianly Tejada, Cooper van Grootel, Barrett Carnahan, Mark McKenna, Melissa Collazo and Jessica McLeod. Darío Madrone serves as showrunner, executive producing with writer Erica Saleh, John Sacchi and Matt Groesch of 5 More Minutes Productions, who developed the pilot. Jennifer Morrison directed and produced the pilot. UCP produces. Watch the trailer below.
This fall, NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” is reviving its possession storyline. The legendary soap opera, which has run for over 50 years and 14,000 episodes, will revisit one of its most memorable plot points, when Marlena Evans (Deidre Hall) became possessed by the devil. Introduced in 1995, the storyline garnered plenty of controversy and attention for the series. “Days of Our Lives” airs weekdays on NBC and streams exclusively on Peacock. Watch a teaser below.
Netflix released a teaser for “Colin in Black & White,” premiering on Oct. 29. Created by Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick, the six-episode series chronicles the NFL player turned activist’s coming-of-age story as he tackles race, class and culture as the Black adopted child of a white family. Jaden Michael plays Young Colin, with Nick Offerman and Mary-Louise Parker starring as his well-meaning parents Rich and Teresa. Kaepernick is the present-day narrator of his own story, while Amarr M. Wooten, Mace Coronel and Klarke Pipkin also appear in the series. Directors include Sheldon Candis, Robert Townsend, Angel Kristi Williams, Kenny Leon and DuVernay, who executive produces with Kaepernick and Michael Starrbury. Watch the teaser below.
ABC’s untitled Julie Durk project has cast Andrea Londo, Warren Christie, Kelly Bishop, Amy Acker, Jon-Michael Ecker, Lex Lumpkin, Henry Joseph Samiri and Aliyah Royale as series regulars. The series, a one-hour contemporary thriller, follows Elena (Londo), a young woman working as a live-in nanny who is thrust into a world of old money and deadly secrets at the upscale Greybourne apartment building. Christie plays Matthew, a self-made architect grieving over his wife; Bishop plays Mrs. Ivey, a wealthy woman who will do anything to protect her family; Acker plays Tory, a resentful woman who immediately dislikes Elena; and Ecker plays Scottie, Elena’s unpolished, attractive boyfriend. Lumpkin is Elliott, a teenager who lives in the building with his wealthy parents; Samiri is Jasper, Matthew’s son still reeling from the death of his mother; and Royale is Ginny, a stylish young woman who works alongside Elena as a nanny at The Greybourne. Durk serves as showrunner, executive producing alongside Ryan Seacrest Productions’ Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass and Andrea Shay. Jeffrey Reiner directs the pilot.
RuPaul’s DragCon is returning for its 10th in-person convention, held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from May 13 to 15, 2022. The event, which now spans three days, will feature vendors, exhibitors, panel and Q&A sessions and appearances from drag stars including Priyanka, Kita Mean, Lawrence Chaney, Symone, Kylie Sonique Love, RuPaul himself and more queens from the “Drag Race” franchise.
Andrew Garfield and Patton Oswalt will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” along with a performance from “Little Shop of Horrors,” while “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” will feature Jennifer Aniston, Dave “Lil Dicky” Burd and Bazzi. Jeff Daniels and Nate Burleson will be on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”; Sarah Paulson, Machine Gun Kelly and José Medeles will appear on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”; and Drew Barrymore and Mary Elizabeth Winstead will be on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”