'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 Ending Explained: It's Amado vs Hank vs Walt, who won the war?

Amado, Hank and Walt were against each other this season on how to control things in Mexico. But who won?


                            'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 Ending Explained: It's Amado vs Hank vs Walt, who won the war?
Jose Maria Yazpik as Amado Carillo Fuentes in 'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 (Netflix)
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Netflix’s most-loved foreign language series ‘Narcos: Mexico’ has finally come to an end and the ending is surely going to make everyone satisfied. For the last so many years, we have been following the Drug lords of Mexico and how they have been running a nation. However, Season 3 of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ was the beginning of the end for everyone.

In the first 8 episodes of the season, we saw Amado (Jose Maria Yazpik) coming back to Mexico and claiming the throne. Meanwhile, the Arellanos have been fighting hard to be at the center of everything. Silanoa seems to have vanished, but they make a comeback at the very right moment.

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But how did everything end for everyone? Did they get what they want to? Or else, they died? Let’s take a look at how the show ended.

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‘Narcos: Season 3’ Ending Explained: What happened to Amado Fuentes?


Amado Fuentes (Jose Maria Yazpik) was planning to claim his throne, but there were a lot of difficulties he was facing. Hank was trying to bring him down because Amado was stealing his money. However, he had everything planned. Amado reached the office where people were coming to search for his accounts. He cooperated with them and then killed them.

As soon as Amado plans to escape, he is attacked by the authorities and his men are killed. He was planning the escape by plane, but one of the engines gets hit by bullets and he is forced to get down. However, some of his men managed to secure him and take him out of there. He reaches Mexico and checks into a hospital to initiate plastic surgery. But it all comes crashing down as he got a heart attack while the surgery and died.

This is how his life ended.

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Jose Maria Yezpik as Amado in 'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 (Netflix)

 

‘Narcos: Mexico’ Season 3 Ending Explained: What happened to Walt?


Walt Breslin (Scoot McNairy) was sent back to Mexico to end the Drug Wars and catch all the drug lords. He was being led by General Rebollo all this while, only to find out that he was working on the payroll of Amado. Rebollo is arrested while Walt takes Alex and leaves for San Diego. In the process, they live in a hotel and Alex is ready to testify against the cartels.

However, one day, he flees and wants to be with his family. But, he could not even stay alive for 2 hours and his body was found hanging by a flyover. He decides to meet the reporter from La Voz and tells her everything about what happened in Mexico. He told the reporter that Alex, a dual citizen, was kept there illegally and without a lawyer.
He tells the truth and it’s the end of Walt’s story.

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Scoot McNairy as Walt Breslin in 'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 (Netflix)

 

‘Narcos: Mexico’ Season 3 Ending Explained: What happened to others?


Hank Gonzalez was put into an investigation for money laundering, but he had contacts so it did not result in anything. He died in 2001 and a statue of him was put just outside Mexico City. Meanwhile, Roman was killed by a policeman while holidaying with his friends. The Arellanos got to know about Ramon’s death.

Meanwhile, El Chapo and Mayo run Sinalao now. They have sidelined Palma, who was taking decisions before. The show ends with Sinalao with an upper hand while Tijuana loses almost everything. But, it was Amado who got killed and the world’s biggest drug lord was killed.

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Tamara Hernandez as Chapo’s Mom, Alejandro Edda as Joaquin Chapo in 'Narcos: Mexico' Season 3 (Netflix)

 

This is how one of the most epic non-English language shows ended its run on Netflix. 

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