Currently in it's sixth season on the History Channel, Gangland spends an in-depth hour exposing and detailing the world of the most dangerous gangs, from it's history to present day, clothing, mannerisms, culture, and membership.
-The Aryan Brotherhood
-Frank Lucas and Nicky Barnes
-Bloods & Crips
-and countless others you've never heard of.
The series does a nice job of including interviews with past, and when possible, current gang members, as well as experts and law enforcement. The re-enactments are decent and not overly melodramatic. I've never watched an episode and felt I wasn't given enough information. Anyone looking to learn more about gangs in America should check the show out.
Unfortunately, episodes are not available to watch on History.com, but Seasons 1-5 of Gangland are available on DVD.
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Dan Fleming is the writer/co-creator of Warrior Twenty-Seven, the independant comics anthology. He's been known to bury his nose in books since the earliest of ages, and has been busy writing a crime novel for a few moons. His comic work can be viewed at www.warrior27.thecomicseries.com. He is also one half of the podcasting duo, The Potato League Podcast, which can be found on Podbean. He can be contacted at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org