Watch the First Trailer for Netflix's New Crime Drama 'Sacred Games'

Is this the new ‘Narcos’?

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After teasing Stranger Things Season 3 recently, Netflix has given a first look at its latest original series. Named Sacred Games, the 8-part series is set in India and tells the story of a Mumbai police officer trying to track down one of the city’s biggest crime lords, played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

The program is based on a 2006 novel of the same name, and the subject matter has already led to comparisons to NarcosThe trailer begins with crime lord Ganesh Gaitonde declaring “Sometimes, I think I am a God,” before revealing a string of classic crime drama reference points, from dead bodies to drug deals and gold bars. Take a look at the new trailer above, with Sacred Games set to arrive on Netflix on July 6 this year.

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