Narcos is an absolutely brilliant series especially when it had a character like Pablo Escobar. I was waiting for season three like all fans, but not with big expectations since the king of Colombia is dead. If I want to judge on the season from a point of view of a critic, it's been executed brilliantly, but with few minor story loopholes. The fact that Jorge, the head of the security, didn't even have a small pistol, knowing he was part of drug trafficking organization this is a plot slip. Another major setback, for me, was that although it's based on true events, the story was dull when you compare to first two seasons. Story development of the four main characters especially the two godfathers of the Cali Cartel was very quick. It didn't leave room to get us attached to any of the characters like we did with Escobar.
In conclusion, the finale of season three passed away with some disappointing documentary style footage. There was no shocking ending, just your plain dull history recordings. Archive footage from the arrests of the Rodriguez brothers and glimpses of what happened to the other two partners Pacho & Chepe. They started as "bad-ass" to end as another two average dead gangsters.