In the highly anticipated series, National Geographic gives a comprehensive view of the $300 billion dollar global illicit drug industry from multiple perspectives; producers, traffickers, dealers, users, doctors, and law enforcement officials. Chicago, Illinois, is the drug hub of the Midwest and one of the most dangerous large cities in the United States. Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. The Fourth of July is one of the bloodiest nights of the year and a time when the demand for drugs booms. You can remove any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may prevent you from using parts of our website.


Dealers go into overdrive to supply their product and local police go full out to stop the drug distribution. But independent dealers, known as “hoppers,” are trying to poach their turf at enormous risks. But authorities aren't the only thing that dealers need to fear, as stickup gangs and rival dealers try to steal their earnings. Those in the drug trade stop at nothing to secure drug money and the city explodes with violence. Police, meanwhile, struggle to hold the line — scouring the beach by day and the strip by night, trying to head off the brewing violence and save gringo tourists from the consequences of their own folly.


Drug crews in New York, Atlanta and Portland take us on a roller-coaster journey through their daily lives.
From firing a shot at a rival gang, to debt collecting, to avoiding cops by diving into an open elevator shaft, this special offers an entirely new viewing experience.



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