Where to watch Narcos online in Australia

Olivia Harris 29 November 2017


Narcos is the true story of Colombia’s drug cartels and the horrifying details of their lives and crimes.

Narcos is a raw and gritty take on the real-life stories of the drug cartel leaders and the law enforcement who took them on in the 1980s. The head-to-head conflict fuels a war over the entire country of Colombia, as revealed in the multi-layered, intertwined and opposing stories in Colombian society including the law, politics, military, police and civilians.

Blood is shed on all sides in a battle to control the market for the world’s most valuable illegal drug: cocaine.

For where to watch Narcos online in Australia look below for links to each season.

Narcos is currently streaming on Netflix in Australia.

Season One

Released 2015

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Season Two

Released 2016

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Season Three

Released 2017

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