Miguel Ángel Silvestre, who was one "Sense8's" cast, will star as one of the characters for "Narcos'" Season 3. The series, which tells about the story of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, will feature Silvestre in the series as someone who is in charge of laundering money for the cartel.

According to E! News, the 34-year-old Spanish actor hinted fans on social media that he will be joining the series. On his Twitter post, he shared a video and with a caption, "#narcos Buenos días ...@netflix."

HOLA! España was the first one to confirm the Silvestre is indeed joining the popular crime TV series.  The magazine also said that Silvestre has been traveling to and from Bogota, Colombia for filming.

The "Velvet" actor said that his character in "Narcos" is "an enigmatic person." Silvestre also said that it is not yet apparent as to how his character will be but he will have "a love story that was bitter and also filled with hatred."

Meanwhile, during Season 2, it seems like Helmer "Pacho" Herrera will succeed Pablo Escobar.  Fans would have to wait until Season 3 to confirm if this is true, though.  Executive producer, Eric Newman, said in an interview that the third season will feature how the Cali Cartel was involved in the Mexican cocaine trade.

Critics applaud the popular TV series, especially the second season. According to The Sydney Morning Herald, "Narcos" consultant, Javier Pena - who spent five years hunting Pablo Escobar - said the series tells the "real truth about what happened during the search for Escobar", and that fans will have a history lesson.

The widely acclaimed Netflix series is a story about the rise and death of the world's most notorious narcoterrorist. Pena had some doubts about the series, but it turned out that it got two Golden Globe nominations. Fans are waiting for Season 3, but Netflix has not made an announcement yet. The coming season is yet to receive an official premiere date.