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In this documentary series, the problem of the illegal drug trade in America is examined from the perspective of the people who are involved with it on an intimate level. The series follows users, dealers, and law enforcement agents in an attempt to see the subject from all angles.

Dope is a Crime Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on December 22, 2017.

Dope is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dope on demand at Netflix online.

3 Seasons, 12 Episodes
December 22, 2017
Crime Documentary & Biography
Cast: Shaun Fagan, Matthew Mora Hegarty, Jack McEntaggart
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Dope Full Episode Guide

  • In the port city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, cocaine kingpins employ fearsome hitmen to intimidate and silence suspected informers.

  • As dealers and smugglers take advantage of addiction in Los Angeles, law enforcement agents search for drugs on both land and sea.

  • A large shipment of cocaine is transported from rural Colombia to bustling Madrid. Smugglers beware: Police may be waiting to pounce.

  • Camera crews examine fentanyl's impact on addicts and how overwhelmed customs agents are striving to stop the flow. Also, a Boston dealer talks money.

  • As violent street gangs attempt to squeeze out the old guard in Atlanta, a bounty hunter prowls for gang-connected dealers.

  • In America's Motor City, dealers cut corners to sell molly to the masses while police officers try to "think like the bad guys."

  • Across cities and farms, meth addiction grips the state of Indiana, overwhelming cops and forcing countless residents to seek "refuge in oblivion."

  • As smugglers attempt to sneak drugs across the Caribbean, U.S. law enforcement agencies work to intercept the shipments before they reach land.