Welcome to the $300 billion industry of Drugs, Inc., where traffickers pocket huge profits, addicts become chained in a vicious cycle and law enforces wage war across diverse battlefields - farmers' fields, shady labs, urban street corners and suburban schools. How does this business work? A hard-hitting series provides us a view of frequently abused drugs: cocaine, meth, heroin and marijuana.
Drugs, Inc. Season 3 (2012-2013)
|3x01 High Stakes Vegas |
Drugs, Inc. takes you on an inside look on the drug dealers, drug users, and cops of Las Vegas, Nevada. The episode gives a close look on how things work and run in Vegas from the dealers ...
|Oct. 21, 2012|
|3x02 Alaska Heroin Rush |
Alaskan dealers make vast profits from crack, heroin and illicit alcohol; street gangs battle for control of the Anchorage drug market.
|Oct. 28, 2012|
|3x03 Hawaiian Ice |
Hawaii has one of the highest rates of crystal meth users in the nation.
|Nov. 11, 2012|
|3x04 Drug Kings of New York |
As America's largest city, New York is a distribution hub for narcotics.
|Nov. 18, 2012|
|3x05 Hurricane Blow |
New Orleans drug trade booms in the era following the Hurricane Katrina devastation.
|Nov. 25, 2012|
|3x06 Meth Boom Montana |
Mexican and Canadian drug gangs compete for customers in the isolated terrain in Montana as officers patrol the vast region hoping to stem the tide.
|Dec. 09, 2012|
|3x07 Hollywood High |
Heroin, cocaine and prescription pills in plentiful supply makes Los Angeles one of the biggest drug distribution hubs in the U.S.
|Dec. 16, 2012|
|3x08 Zombie Island |
Drug dealing in Puerto Rico is examined.
|Dec. 23, 2012|
|3x09 Motor City Rush |
The most dangerous city in the USA, Detroit, is a perfect mark for today's growing drug industry. Dealers are learning cater to inner city clientele by selling smaller amounts of hard ...
|Dec. 30, 2012|
|3x10 Coke Kings and Queens |
Cocaine and marijuana drug fueled 24-hour lifestyle for Londoners.
|Jan. 06, 2013|
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