The Making of The Mob is a special event miniseries chronicling the historical roots of the original Five Families that led to the formation of the modern American Mafia.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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The Making of the Mob: New York is an American television miniseries, and the first season of The Making of the Mob, based on the notorious New York gangster Lucky Luciano and his rise in the New York City crime mob. It is produced by Stephen David and aired from June 15 to August 3, 2015, on AMC in eight parts. A ratings success, the series led to a renewal by AMC for a second season, subtitled Chicago, which documents the emergence of organized crime in the American Midwest through the rise and fall of the iconic gangster Al Capone.
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The first trailer, released on April 12, 2015, promoted the “8-part premiere event” and June 15, 2015 release date, and featured the tagline, “Lucky Luciano is the ruler of the most powerful criminal organization this city has ever known.” The series premiered in Australia on Arena on December 9, 2015.
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