Gomorrah is not on US Netflix either now....as the US/int rights were owned by Weinstein, that is why season 3 and 4 weren't available. Likely the contract expired for season 1 and 2 and this could however mean another distributor will license it and could have all seasons available!
Regarding Gommorah...HBO/Warner Bros just acquired the US rights to air the show, so all seasons should be available (Weinstein had it before, so that is why only the first two seasons were on Netflix/Amazon)
The Wire is excellent, so good they teach courses in University about it.
Sopranos also excellent and can't be overlooked for its role in changing TV forever.
Lol too funny someone else mentioned the large number of gay love scenes in El Chapo. I thought they made it pretty clear with one scene Sol was gay, but they keep showing a lot of scenes with him and his lover. I made a comment to my gf while watching about it and then that someone else noticed and she laughed.
I went into El Chapo with zero expectations, and was surprised that I stuck with it and felt it got better and better and did a good job showing a dramatized version of what Chapo went through, after reading the history here and then seeing it played out was enjoyable. I was rooting for Arturo Beltran Leyva or at least the guy playing him for most of the series. I liked what it hinted at with Amado's "Death" I think he is still alive or at least didn't die in 97. I too picked up a fair bit of Spanish from the show.
Zerozerozero was a pleasant surprise too, again went in thinking it might be cheesy but watching both El Chapo and ZZZ at the same time was interesting regarding the zetas in both series, at first I thought the same actor played Lazcano in both shows, but I enjoyed seeing the Zetas form and evolve into what they ultimately became. I think they did a good job on the Ndrangheta as well, from what I know, bosses hiding in the hills is a trait narcos and mafia dons both share. They the Ndrangheta focused on cocaine in the 80's and quietly grew strong while the Sicilian Mafia made a lot of noise and violence during that time.
Sounds like I will have to check out Gomorrah as well.
El Chapo imo is a well done series and aside from shortening some timelines (and the weird dream sequences) seems to stick accurately to the story which I always appreciate. Conrado Sol was obviously a fictitious character, and likely a mix of a few people over the years...but the fact that Garcia Luna basically held that position and was arrested for collaboration/bribery validates that storyline.
It is the same actor for Lazcano (Cano) and Vampiro in 000. Great in both roles and clearly based them on the Zeta model.
You will love Gomorrah, and dont watch L'Imortale movie until after all 4 seasons. The cinematography/editing and acting is top notch. Only The Wire is a better version of this genre imo