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Shooting is over for the series 'El Chapo'

The shooting of the three seasons' about the story of Joaquin Guzman Loera has come to an end and its actors already miss the action and adrenaline of shooting days.
29 Ago 2017 – 10:38 AM EDT

This weekend was filmed the last scene out of three seasons ofthe series ' El Chapo'. A fictional story that shows the life of Joaquin Guzman Loera over three decades. Since 1985, when he was a subordinate trying to stand out in Guadalajara cartel, until his extradition to the United States in 2017.

The series, is a co-production between Univision Story House Entertainment and Netflix, and was totally filmed in Colombian territory, which looks very similar to Mexico. Actually, many places in the South American country became temporarily the US border, Sinaloa, Guadalajara, and other recreated sets to give life to the story.

Marco de la O, a 38-year-old Mexican actor who plays Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, shared in his social networks a snapshot letting his followers know that shooting days are over and posted that he already misses the action and adrenaline of shooting days. "End of season...I'm gonna miss you guys, we are the best," this is what Marco de la O posted on a photo posing with the crew and other of his fellow actors.

On the series' official instagram account, he also shared anothe rblack and white photo behind the scenes, showing part of the team who worked in the film of the series ' El Chapo'.

After Season1 success, the so expected Season 2 will premiere Sunday, September 17 at 10pm/9C on Univision. The dangerous capo will return to get back his freedom, settle accounts with his enemies and take action along the way to become the most powerful capo.

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