A realistic portrayal of mental illness and the opioid epidemic seen through the eyes of law enforcement, narco-traffickers and the mentally-ill, set in Washington D.C., the origin of the American nightmare.
Ed Loomis is a man on the streets trying to find his way through life, looking for a new opportunity to redeem himself in society. Until one evening he finds himself conrnered and in a dire... See full summary »
Finch and Rabbit are two small time crooks trying to make it big. When Rabbit jumps at an opportunity for them to get a fighter on the books at a local gang connected underground fight, he ... See full summary »
Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson,
This show centers around Adonis Blackwell, a mentally ill, Machiavellian narco-trafficker who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia. He was psychologically damaged at nine-years-old after walking in the bathroom and witnessing his father Lloyd Blackwell, dead from a heroin overdose. The same drug that killed his father eventually becomes his very own cash-cow. Adonis works his way up the food chain then becomes the head of a well-structured narcotics business accompanied by many lieutenants, and Rahman Abdul, a ruthless hit-man who specializes in torture and interrogations. Prosecutors describe the Blackwell Crew as the largest and most prolific drug-trafficking organization in the United States, and will commit murder in a New York minute to protect it. After distributing multi-kilograms of fentanyl, killing addicts in suburban and rural communities across America, a FBI investigation ensues. An indictment leads to Adonis faced with life in prison, so he ...Written by
One of the best crime dramas on television and it's filmed mostly in my hometown of Washington, DC, based on true stories.
The storyline and acting are excellent, the action and suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat, can't wait to see each
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