Diego Luna plays infamous drug lord 'El Padrino' who declares he's 'building an empire' in tense first trailer for Narcos: Mexico
Season three followed the story of Columbia's Cali Cartel after Pablo Escobar's death.
And now season four of Narcos is moving on to a new cartel and a new country.
Diego Luna stars as the infamous Félix Gallardo in the first trailer released for Netflix's Narcos: Mexico.
The next chapter of the highly popular series will be following the rise of the infamous Guadalajara Cartel from the 1980s.
The trailer features splitscreens of different scenes including one where it seems like El Padrino is being tortured by a man in a military uniform.
Also seen briefly in the trailer was Michael Peña who plays DEA agent Kiki Camarena on the hunt for El Padrino and the rest of his cartel.
Kiki moved his wife and young son from California to Guadalajara to take on a challenging new assignment and becomes entangled in the mission which affects the drug trade and war for years to come.
Not much action is shown in the clip but at one point a man could be seen being thrown against the wall before being punched in the stomach.
There is also a scene showing police officers with a bomb detonating behind them before showing a field on fire.
The cast also includes Tenoch Huerta, Joaquín Cosío, Teresa Ruiz, Alyssa Diaz, and José María Yazpik, who is reprising his role from the third season of Narcos.