Pablo Escobar el Patron del Mal

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The television show Pablo Escobar El Patron del Mar (The Drug Lord) is a Columbian series that depicts the life of Pablo Escobar. The show beings when Escobar is a boy. He would rather get into trouble and bother others then to do his school work. Along with his bother and his cousin the boys begin to cause trouble in the community that they live in.

As the boys get older they get into the drug smuggling business. Escobar is running the streets until he see a girl by the name of Patricia. He falls hard for her but her brother will not allow her to date him. He feels that Escobar is a bad influence but that does not stop Escobar and his game from their life of crime.

Caracol TV
1 Season, 74 Episodes
May 28, 2012
Latino Documentary & Biography Drama Crime
Cast: Andrés Parra
Pablo Escobar el Patron del Mal

Pablo Escobar el Patron del Mal Full Episode Guide

  • Pablo's family is turned away from Germany and returned to Colombia. A search squadron traces a phone call that Pablo makes to his family.

  • Pablo's family tries to flee the country. Thanks to Los Pepes, the police manage to locate Topo. Candonga surrenders to the police.

  • Pablo's enemies form a new organization called Los Pepes that helps the police to capture El Buitre and eliminate Cain.

  • Pablo orders the assassination of Ramada and Arellano. The government learns about Pablo's activities inside the prison and sends in the elite group.

  • The Gonzales brothers look for alliances to make an attempt against Pablo. Topo takes some money that belongs to Ramada.

  • Fernán Santana is freed. After Pablo negotiates the terms of his surrender, he's detained in La Catedral, a prison.

  • Pablo agrees to surrender if the president meets several of his conditions, including sending Pablo to a prison in Medell'n. Maruja Pachon is freed.

  • Diana Turbay dies after a failed rescue attempt, and the country is shattered by the loss. Pablo's men hunt for the police informant.

  • An informant leads the government to some of the hostages, but Diana Turbay is caught in the crossfire. Pablo gives the order to execute a hostage.

  • Pablo kidnaps two more people. The government agrees to new terms, and Pablo frees three journalists as a sign that he is willing to negotiate.

  • The Motoa brothers try to negotiate a deal with the government, but the president doesn't agree to the terms. Pablo kidnaps several public figures.

  • Pablo reflects on the good times he shared with his cousin Gonzalo. The father of the Motoa brothers urges them to leave the business and surrender.

  • Pablo continues his war against the government, planting several bombs in Bogotá. Cesar Gaviria takes office as the new president of Colombia.

  • Pablo and his men are relentlessly targeted by the elite group, forcing them to flee to the jungle, where Pablo contracts malaria.

  • Col. Pabon's men find Chili. A leader of the paramilitaries tells the police Pablo's location.

  • Col. Pabon learns who Chili's informant is and plans to use him as bait. The government offers a $1 million reward for Pablo's capture.

  • Pablo puts a $100,000 bounty on Col. Pabon's head and tells Gen. Pedraza that the paramilitaries plan to kill presidential candidate Diego Pizano.

  • Pablo's reward for every dead police officer generates a wave of terror. Presidential candidate Bernardo Jaramillo meets his fate.

  • Pablo orders Evencio's murder. When the president suspends negotiations, Pablo unleashes a new war.

  • Pablo and the organization try to negotiate an agreement with the government.

  • An enraged Pablo sends his men a list of 17 people who must suffer consequences for their actions.

  • With help from Naufrago, the Cali cartel can zero in on El Mexicano. Pablo is with a virgin.

  • The Cali cartel receives news about El Mariachi, thanks to a spy in his ranks. An explosion destroys the intelligence building.

  • Pablo manages to meet with his family after a long time without seeing them.

  • Pablo's family misses his birthday celebration when they're detained at a military checkpoint. Furious, Pablo plants a bomb in the DAS building.

  • The elite group follows Maria to Pablo's location, and a confrontation results in Fabio's death. Pablo reacts by trying to execute the colonel.

  • El Espectador is targeted in a brutal attack. Medell'n's cartel meets to discuss the subject of extradition and decides to go on the offensive.

  • While the nation mourns Galán's death, Juan Manuel and Gloria ask Cesar Gaviria to continue Galán's legacy by becoming the next president.

  • After the death of Galán in the attack ordered by Pablo, the country is in shock. The president decides to create an elite group to fight terrorism.

  • Pablo tells Gonzalo that he tried to negotiate with the government but he didn't get anything, so now he plans to kill its leaders.

  • A concerned neighbor's call to the police thwarts the cartel's attempt on Galán's life. But Chili manages to pull off the assassination.

  • Col. Quintana decides to stop using his bodyguards and walk among the people to distract the enemy. Pablo and his men plot to assassinate Galán.

  • Pablo and the Mariachi plan to murder Galán. Magistrate Garces Bernal is assassinated under Pablo's orders.

  • After Congress rejects the proposed law to forbid extradition, Pablo decides to take revenge by having his political enemies executed.

  • A law to ban extradition goes before Congress and is supported by Sen. Santorini, an ally of Pablo.

  • Pablo kidnaps Andres Pastrana, a candidate from a powerful political family. Patricia and Enelia worry about their living situation.

  • Pablo's family suffers the consequences of the Cali cartel's attack. Pablo's men kill Col. Pedregal and make an attempt on Maj. Aristides's life.

  • The Cali cartel goes after Pablo, but he evades them. The secretary of justice finally gets the orders against the Motoa brothers and Pablo.

  • The cartel worries about the possibility of Pedro being extradited to the United States. Marino plans to escape with Yesenia.

  • While the Cali cartel prepares to strike, Pablo learns about the relationship between Marino and Yesenia.

  • Pablo decides to kill Mauricio to be done with Hernan, while the Medell'n cartel declares war on the Cali cartel.

  • Pablo kills Correa and Hernan, the men who clashed with Gildardo. But Mauricio, one of the partners, is looking for his friend.

  • Pablo's men free Cain and Kiko from jail using a helicopter. Pablo must leave his house to evade capture by Col. Pedregal.

  • Betrayed by Pablo, Marcos becomes the first drug trafficker to be extradited to the United States.

  • Pablo changes his mind and decides he wants to turn Marcos in to the police. Meanwhile, his men threaten Crisanto.

  • The media and the nation are devastated by the cartel's latest hit. Once again, the Supreme Court rejects the extradition treaty.

  • The Medell'n cartel assassinates the editor of El Espectador, and Marcos celebrates the news.

  • Pablo gives the order to kill Guillermo and worries about the situation with Chili and Marcos.

  • Jorge is murdered by Marcos. Maj. Aristides arrives at the farm with a search warrant, much to Pablo's chagrin.

  • The colonel's death is met with celebration back at the hacienda. Jorge is in serious danger and fears for his life.

  • Jorge assassinates the reporter investigating Crisanto, while Chili and Topo await the right time to attack the colonel.

  • The cartel dealers publish a statement. Meanwhile, Pablo orders Yesenia to get an abortion.

  • Marino discovers the colonel's informant. The Supreme Court rejects the expulsion law. Pablo learns that his mistress, Yesenia, is pregnant.

  • Judge Zuluaga is assassinated. Pablo smuggles cocaine on commercial flights. The U.S. activates the extradition process for members of the cartel.

  • Judges are assassinated and threatened for their attempts to bring Pablo to justice. Marcos Herber escapes the police.

  • The guerrilla group takes over the Palace of Justice, leaving civilians, police officers and some of their own members dead.

  • Pablo bullies and bribes several agents of the police to obtain their protection. A pilot who works for the cartel gives the DEA compromising photos.

  • Pablo and his associates hide in Panama while the police search for them in the wake of Rodrigo's death.

  • Col. Jimenez learns who was behind Rodrigo's assassination and searches for them all over Medell'n. Pablo's mother, wife and son flee Colombia.

  • Rodrigo is murdered on Pablo's orders. Hunted by the police, Pablo is forced to go into hiding.

  • Pablo resigns from his seat in Congress and orders Rodrigo's assassination. The National Police take down a huge cocaine laboratory in the jungle.

  • The newspaper publishes evidence linking Pablo to drug dealing. Meanwhile, Rodrigo is accused of having ties to the Mafia.

  • Pablo takes office. Rodrigo Lara is appointed secretary of justice and uses the opportunity to make a statement against drug trafficking.

  • Both Pablo and Galán see victories in the election, but Pablo is already plotting to get rid of his adversary.

  • Some of Pablo's partners object to his political ambitions. He begins his campaign for Congress, but the party's leader doesn't want any ties to him.

  • Pablo witnesses firsthand the influence politicians can wield, and he ponders going into politics as a means to seize power.

  • The search for Irma proves fruitless, and the leaders of the organization meet to discuss the extradition treaty.

  • Pablo builds Hacienda Nápoles. The news of an extradition treaty between Colombia and the United States puts him on high alert.

  • Using the planes he purchased, Pablo ships drugs to Miami, where Graciela handles distribution. Pablo gives his brother an unforgettable gift.

  • Pablo and Gonzalo are incarcerated for drug trafficking, while Fabio is forced to accept his sister Patricia's relationship with Pablo.

  • After his incarceration for theft, Pablo decides to enter the cocaine business by purchasing a farm to ensure drug production.

  • Even as a child, Pablo had a head for business. When he grows up, he begins working with El Alguacil and is introduced to the drug trade.