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Chicago, the biggest open-air crack and heroin market in America is at saturation point. The result: record levels of overdoses and homicides, as gangs fight over drug turf.
Season 4 | Episode 1 San Francisco, Calif. the epicenter of the 1960s' psychedelic revolution is notorious for drugs. But in the new millennium, the city, especially the gay community, is struggling to recover from a meth epidemic. The enabler of this situation is the Asian cartel, which has been poisoning San Francisco with high quality meth for almost 25 years but the Mexican cartels are intent on taking over. Nat Geo goes inside one of the worst drug ghettos in America the heart of the drug trade.
Season 4 | Episode 2 Kingston is in the hands of highly organized and warring drug gangs. They manage drug trafficking and distribution at all levels. With the patronage of politicians, they fight hard to protect their turf in a city where poverty and guns drive the drug trade.
Season 4 | Episode 4 Houston's drug hub is the 'Bloody Nickel' - the Fifth Ward. Five square miles of 24/7 drug and party action. Gangs work across the ethnic divide to keep the drugs flowing; while cops and Cartels vie with each other for control.
Season 4 | Episode 5 Denver - the mile high city - has just legalized recreational use of Marijuana. The city's gang-banger dealers have battled falling profits since medical Marijuana became law, and forced them to push new products. This latest move is last straw.
Season 4 | Episode 6 Miami - once America's cocaine capital; but no more. The War on Drugs has hit home. Today dealers and users play cat and mouse with the cops and live in dread of the Feds. And a new look drug scene has gone underground.
Season 4 | Episode 7 In Kensington north Philadelphia, heroin, crack cocaine and PCP are dealt from a hundred different corners. Kensington is a giant drug drive thru. But for the addicts and dealers it's a deadly trap that threatens to drive them literally insane.
Season 4 | Episode 8 Since the days of Kurt Cobain and grunge music, Seattle has been nicknamed Junkietown. The city's liberal laws and high demand for drugs is attracting gangsters and dealers looking to get rich. From the competitive crack business in Belltown to fashionable Molly users on the electronic dance music scene, National Geographic explores the highs and lows of Seattle's drug business.
Season 4 | Episode 9 Phoenix, Ariz., is the wholesale drug capital of America, under the control of one of Mexico's most powerful and ruthless drug organizations -Â- the Sinaloa Cartel. Almost 200 miles north of the Mexican border, the city has become the major stopping off point for the large-scale distribution and transshipment of marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine up from Mexico and out to the rest of the country.
Season 4 | Episode 10 Music and drugs go hand in hand in Nashville. For musicians who don't make it, drugs are the easiest way to make a living. National Geographic talks to a user and freelance cook who makes methamphetamine at home to cover his costs and get high. Then, learn how the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force is faced with cleaning up after meth cooks' Â- operations that are both extremely dangerous and prohibitively expensive.
Season 4 | Episode 11 See the underground world of drugs through the eyes of its makers. A former British gangster serves as guide into this illicit underworld, visiting a secret hash-making location nestled in the mountains. Check out growers in Holland who are leading a horticultural revolution in high-grade cannabis. Follow a batch of raw opium from an Afghan poppy field to an Iranian heroin lab. Follow the supply chain of cocaine through the eyes of Colombian peasant farmers producing the drug in a paste.
A former boyracer who married his first love and took a job in one of the fish factories, now has a 17 year-old-son of his own following in his footsteps and can no longer ignore the fact he’s going nowhere. Unable to be physically or emotionally present with his family, he takes his son’s car out for one final joy ride and risks losing the love that surrounds him
Red Snow is a dramatic adventure that begins when Dylan, a Gwich'in soldier from the Canadian Arctic, is caught in an ambush in Panjwayi, Afghanistan. His capture and interrogation by a Taliban Commander releases a cache of memories connected to the love and death of his Inuit cousin, Asana, and binds him closer to a Pashtun family as they escape across treacherous landscapes and through a blizzard that becomes their key to survival.
Kyle and Swin live by the orders of an Arkansas-based drug kingpin named Frog, whom they've never met. But when a deal goes horribly wrong, the consequences are deadly.
Actors Rob Byrdon and Steve Coogan continue their travelogue series with a visit to Greece.
A hard-living salesman becomes a quadriplegic after an accident.
Season 2 | Episode 7 Liz is forced to revisit a painful part of her past when her mother shows up at the diner unexpectedly. Michael urges Maria to seek help after she experiences a strange vision. Kyle's attempt to get Steph to open up doesn't go as planned.
Season 2 | Episode 8 Despite promising Liz that he’ll take things easy with his new heart, Max sets out to find Cameron after learning that she’s gone missing. Michael grows concerned about Maria after a surprising discovery about her family history leaves her vulnerable. Elsewhere, ready to move on, Alex goes on a date with Forrest, and Rosa makes a decision about her future.
Season 2 | Episode 10 After uncovering a cryptic message from the past, Alex, Isobel, Max, Michael and Maria set out in search of answers at the reservation where Alex’s mother grew up. Meanwhile, Cameron encourages Liz to reach out to someone from her past after Auturo gets detained.
Season 2 | Episode 9 After uncovering a surprising connection to their past, Michael and Isobel learn the painful truth about the night Tripp attacked their mothers. Meanwhile, Alex confronts his father about their troubled family history. Elsewhere, Kyle’s first date with Steph takes an awkward turn after Liz inadvertently becomes a third wheel.
Season 1 | Episode 1 Assistant District Attorney Andy Barber is assigned as the lead prosecutor in the case of his son's murdered classmate.
Season 1 | Episode 3 Andy admits a family secret to Laurie before it becomes public.
Season 1 | Episode 2 When new evidence is discovered, Andy is taken off the case.
Season 1 | Episode 5 Andy visits his father, and learns some troubling information from Jacob’s friends Derek and Sarah.
Season 1 | Episode 4 Andy takes matters into his own hands. Laurie reexamines the life she knew.
Season 1 | Episode 6 Andy and Klein explore two last-ditch efforts to prove Jacob’s innocence.
Season 1 | Episode 1 Los Angeles, 1938. LAPD detective Tiago Vega and his partner, Lewis Michener, investigate a murder. While at City Hall, Tiago’s activist brother Raul Vega battles with the fiery Councilman Charlton Townsend over the construction of California’s first freeway. Meanwhile, Peter Craft, the head of the German-American Bun, meets Elsa, the mysterious mother of one of his patients. Sensing danger, Tiago’s mother Maria pleads with Santa Muerte to protect her family as the rising tensions in the city threaten to explode.
Season 1 | Episode 7 As the trial begins, Jacob’s fate hangs in the balance.
Season 1 | Episode 2 Raul Vega lies on the brink of death. Tiago and Lewis meet radio evangelist Sister Molly Finnister. Councilman Townsend furthers his political goals. Peter Craft runs into Elsa at the beach.
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