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This docuseries examines the workings of large-scale criminal enterprises in which illegal acts result in big pay offs for the perpetrators. Topics of the various episodes include human trafficking, international drug cartels, and black-market trading of stolen goods. The series debuted in 2010.

Crime Inc. is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on December 16, 2009.

Where do I stream Crime Inc. online? Crime Inc. is available for streaming on CNBC, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Crime Inc. on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, iTunes online.

Wednesdays at 09:00 pm on CNBC
2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
December 16, 2009
Cast: Carl Quintanilla, Joseph J. LaRocca, Rob Holmes
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Crime Inc. Full Episode Guide

  • From home invasions and museum heists to forgers passing off high-priced fakes, art crimes rake in $6 billion a year. It's a crime that could be right out of Hollywood but in reality destroys families, fortunes, and careers.

  • Health care fraud is one of the most destructive financial crimes, siphoning billions of dollars from patients and companies...and entering this underground is simple. See how insurance fraud can put your money, your health, and even your life, at risk.

  • Rip it. Burn it. Steal it. Never before has it been so easy to copy a song, movie or game. It may seem harmless, but media piracy is a multibillion-dollar criminal enterprise. Crime Inc. takes you inside the high tech and high-stakes underworld.

  • Counterfeit goods are everywhere. If someone is making it, chances are someone else is faking it. Counterfeiting is believed to cost retailers hundreds of billions of dollars.From high-priced wine to Viagra, see how counterfeiters keep their goods moving.

  • According to the FBI, the auto theft industry is responsible for more than $4.5 billion in annual losses in the US and this global crime shows no signs of stopping. CNBC explores alarming new trends in auto theft, and much more.

  • Mike Tyson's day in court | London train suicide bombings | The Drummond Murders | Iran hostage crisis | The Curse of theKennedy's

  • Louise Woodward - Nanny sent to jail for death of baby | Celebrity fashion designer on rape charges | House of Horrors | Malaysiancult weapons heist | Van Gough and Cezanne paintings theft

  • Russian serial killers | Queen of Mean - Leona Helmsley tax evasion | Computer hackers | Ted Bundy's execution | Courtney Love -rock star in court.

  • Bhopal gas leak disaster | Gary Glitter convicted child sex offender | Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. | Rena Salmon killshusband's mistress Lorna Stewart | Beverley Allitt: Baby Murderer

  • Roman Polanski sex offence charges | Srebrenica Massacre of innocent Muslim's | Ronnie Biggs story | Rachel Nickell murder |Russell Crowe assault charges

  • Princes in the Tower - King Richard III alleged killing of his two nephews | September 11th, 2001 plane hijackings | U-2 spy planecapture by Soviets | Lester Pigott - jockey convicted of massive tax fraud | Cricket batsman and Coach Bob Woolmer's death

  • 'The Black Dahlia' unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short | Oklahoma Truck Bombing of 1995 | Sorbonne Riots of 1968 | 'BlackSeptember' plane hijackings of 1970 | Naomi Campbell

  • The Great Train Robbery of 1963 | Brighton Bombers, Attempted Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by the IRA | Christian Slater,Hollywood's perennial 'bad boy', Slater has faced assault, weapons possession, drug and drink driving charges | Tiananmen Squareprotest and bloodshed of 1989 | Gangster Al Capone

  • The prescription drug business profits over $100 billion a year, and criminals are desperate to get a piece of it.

  • The over $70 billion industry of stolen goods is made up of a complex web of stealing and no one is safe from these modern day pirates.

  • From prostitution to slave labor, human trafficking is a booming business. This $32 billion underground industry knows no moral bounds, stretching around the globe.

  • The business of counterfeit goods is the largest underground industry in the world. CNBC takes you on raids with the LAPD anticounterfeiting unit, to inspections at ports and to back-room factories where bogus goods are produced.

  • Across the United States, billions are being made outside the law. Illegal gambling may conjure up images of mobsters and bookies -- but while that underground world still exists, technology has made illegal gambling much more accessible.