Starts 26 November
Sundays 9pm (8pm BKK/JKT, 8:10pm MNL)
Finding Escobar's Millions
Responsible for almost half the world’s flow of drugs, Pablo Escobar was making millions every single day. But where did his money go?
At one time Pablo Escobar — the most wanted man on the planet — buried masses of his estimated multi-billion-dollar fortune all over Colombia. Legends say the vast majority of it has never been found. With never-before-granted access and permission in Colombia, two former intelligence officers armed with the skills and training from 10 years of work in the CIA go on the hunt for the alleged hidden treasure in this all-new series.
Ex-CIA operatives Doug Laux and Ben Smith begin their search for Pablo Escobar’s hidden millions. Their first excavation takes them into a dangerous barrio Pablo built. But nothing can prepare them for a meeting with “Popeye” -Escobar’s deadliest siccario
Doug meets Escobar’s most infamous assassin — “Popeye” — in a graveyard. Tech-specialists Paul and Colin search the residence of Pablo’s wife, Tata. A late-night dig at La Catedral turns into a potentially deadly confrontation.
Ben and Doug meet with Escobar’s assassin — “Popeye” — who points them to Escobar’s hideout on a jungle river where paramilitaries are still active. They go on a reconnaissance flight with Mickey Munday, one of Escobar’s biggest smugglers.
Doug and Ben receive a phone call from Luz Maria Escobar, Pablo’s sister. They search her home on the outskirts of Medellin and find hidden compartments in the furniture. An old videotape that belonged to Pablo may hold new clues to their search.
Doug and Ben head to the Caribbean Coast to meet with drug runners and check out a tip about a reportedly sunken narco-submarine. They also search the property where Pablo’s partner Gacha was killed. Gacha may have buried money there while on the run.
Doug and Ben meet with a lawyer for Escobar’s most notorious associate, Rodriguez Gacha. Their directed to a hiding spot in the hills above Gacha’s hometown. Are they getting closer to the mother lode, or will they be leaving Colombia empty handed?