Netflix has recently been using its platform to release several docuseries. The latest docuseries to join the list of previous documentaries available on the broadcasting giant’s platform is Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia. The upcoming mini-series is a crime docuseries based on real events.
When Will The Mini-Series Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia Premiere On Netflix?
The docuseries will make a debut on Netflix on July 22 this year. The mini-series will contain three episodes in it.
What Is The Premise Of Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia?
The docuseries is based on real events. The mini-series revolves around five families residing in New York. Back in the 1970s and the 1980s, five families in New York City held a firm grip over the city. These families were Bonanno, Genovese, Gambino, Colombo, and Lucchese. All five families were powerful. The mini-series follows how crime investigation and prosecution cases were brought against the most powerful mob bosses.
The makers of the docuseries have interviewed several people associated with the cases and the mob families. The series brings to light how the mafia bosses have control over the unions. They even control high rise building constructions and various other organizations. They used these networks for organized crimes. The series brings forward the true face of the Golden Era Of The Mob.
Who Are A Part Of The Docuseries Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia?
The docuseries includes the interviews of former FBI Agents, the legal team representing the mobs, and some of the members of the mafia families. New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and the former SDNY attorney are a part of the mini-series.
What Else To Expect In The Docuseries Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia?
The maker of the show has used archived footage and the surveillance tapes of the FBI. They have recreated some of the judicial proceedings. They have even shown the campaign started to bring down the rule of mobs in the city of New York.
Sam Hobkinson, the maker of Fear City: New York Vs. The Mafia has been previously associated with many documentaries.