Griselda Blanco, a prominent drug matriarch of the 1970s and 1980s, is the subject of Netflix's limited series Griselda.

 The series portrays the life of Griselda Blanco, a notorious drug matriarch who was feared by Pablo Escobar.

Griselda's cocaine enterprise expanded from smuggling in women's undergarments to a dominant presence in the Miami market.

 Blanco's actions include witness executions, bombings, and forced undressing and crawling at gunpoint.

Andrés Baiz is the director of the series, which is a drama that is both suspenseful and focused on murder.

Although Griselda is accountable for a greater number of murders, the total number of fatalities that she is responsible for is less than ten.

The bizarre real-life narrative that lies behind the character of Griselda Blanco, who is played by Sofia Vergara as the "cocaine godmother."

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