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Netflix knows no chill when it comes to giving fiends what they want and what they want are drug cartel themed shows and gut-wrenching  novelas.

With all the hoopla behind the announcement that season 2 of Narcos will be dropping in a few months, Deadline is reporting that the streaming service has come to an agreement with Colombia’s Caracol TV to stream one of it’s most popular series, La Niña, and a project still in development called Surviving Pablo Escobar.

In case you’re unfamiliar with these titles, Surviving Pablo Escobar is an autobiography penned by John Jairo Velásquez Vásquez a.k.a. Popeye, who led Escobar’s squadron of hitmen but turned himself into authorities in order to prevent the murder of a woman he was in love with.

La Niña is based on the true story of a girl who was forced into the life of guerilla warfare and lives through some of the most horrible experiences known to man during a Colombian revolt.

La Niña and Surviving Pablo Escobar are to be available to Netflix subscribers within the next year. Start slappin’ them veins now to get ready for the stream.

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