Underworld, Inc.

Underworld, Inc.

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Synopsis

Underworld Inc. is back for another hard hitting and immersive dive into the illicit economies of the world. We take you to the fringes of society to expose subcultures and crime like youve never seen before.

Episodes

  • Moonshine Mayhem

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    Underworld, Inc. explores America's Moonshine and liquor black market, from the Appalachian Mountains to NYC. Across the South, a new generation of Moonshiners make small batch, high quality 'shine. Their products are shipped north and east to urban markets thirsty for a taste of authentic liquor.

    Next Showing
    Thursday 15 August at 23:30 CAT
    On National Geographic
  • Car Jackers

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    Increased car security has meant that car criminals are becoming more ingenious than ever. For the gangs car theft can be more profitable than selling drugs. In Santa Maria, CA, three cars are stolen every day. The criminals rush to get the cars out of state, and then via corrupt shippers, overseas.

    Next Showing
    Friday 16 August at 23:30 CAT
    On National Geographic
  • The Organ Trade

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    The global black market kidney trade is thriving. Legal supply can't meet the demand. This has created a shady underworld of mercenary brokers, middlemen and corrupt doctors. For big money, they exploit vulnerable donors and desperate recipients alike.

    Next Showing
    Saturday 17 August at 23:30 CAT
    On National Geographic
  • The Money Laundry

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    We follow the dirty drug dollars from American trap houses to wholesalers and transporters, funnelling billions into Mexico's money laundry. US authorities are closing in on cartel cash. If drug lords want their narco cheddar cleaned and moved into the banking system, they have to get it to Mexico.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 18 August at 23:30 CAT
    On National Geographic
  • Pirates

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    A new breed of pirates is terrorizing merchant seamen in the South China Sea - one of the most important shipping lanes in the world. They're on the hunt for black gold, targeting fuel tankers passing through. Local enforcement agencies are hot on their heels. But pirates have the advantage in international waters, where maritime law prevents coastguards from breaching borders. With 25% of the world's oil supply at stake, global groups bring in specialists to penetrate the pirate network. These investigators track phantom ships in search of middlemen making the deals. Their clients remain in the shadows; multi-millionaire moguls after a monopoly...

  • Fracking Hell

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    In Williston, North Dakota, an oil mining boom has brought tens of thousands of blue-collar workers to this once sleepy town. But the 21st century 'black gold rush' has also attracted black market operators into town. Laid-off oil workers are becoming this underworld's most resourceful criminals.

  • Las Vegas Hustle

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    From card cheats, to armed robbers, to 'trick' rollers, criminals across America make a beeline for the casinos of Las Vegas. To defend themselves casinos have become crime fighting organizations - deploying state of the art surveillance backed up by an army of around 5000 security staff.

  • The Black Market

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    From phones to guns, cargo thieves cost the American economy over $30 billion a year. Fueling the robbery industry are countless numbers of people willing to buy at discount prices. A vast criminal network stretches beyond national borders, thieves deliver products to customers across the globe.