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Because we seriously can't get enough of him.
Sense8 and Velvet fans are in for a treat because Miguel Ángel Silvestre will join Narcos for the show's third season.
The hunky Spanish actor hinted the news to his fans on social media, meanwhile HOLA! España was the first to confirm that Silvestre has in fact joined the Narcos cast.
And without spoiling much, we will say that the publication has learned that the 34-year-old actor's character will be introduced as the person in charge of laundering money for the cartel. Silvestre has been traveling to and from Bogota, Colombia, for filming, according to the magazine.
Just a few hours ago, the star shared a video of him on set with a cap which read, "Narcos." He simply captioned the post with, "#Narcos Buenos días...@Netflix."
"He is an enigmatic person. It is not yet very well known how he is. He's had a love story that was bitter and also filled hatred," Silvestre explained when asked about his character, who he revealed will have a Colombian accent.
The final moments of season two pointed in the Cali Cartel's direction, hinting at the possibility of Hélmer "Pacho" Herrera filling Narcos' Escobar-sized hole as the next big bad. "They're certainly teed up for that, that's for sure. This show has always been about cocaine. We purposely did not call the show Pablo Escobar or Medellin," executive producer Eric Newman told EW. "In the same way that Osama Bin Laden begets ISIS, Medellin begets Cali begets the Mexican Cartels. Though they existed at the same time, Cali really got the Mexicans into cocaine, which proved to be a much better business than heroin."