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From the gruesome and brutal world of illegal dog fighting, to the ugly and sad dealings of prostitution, no show has ever or maybe ever will show the world what this very unique, yet insightful documentary does. Millions of people flock to Las Vegas each year to indulge in gambling. But for many, they need only walk down the block and visit their bookie. This show brings to light the very real world of illegal gambling and how prevalent and popular it really is. Viewers will see the inner workings of illegal dog fighting and all its horrific details. The dealings of pimps and prostitutes also are shown in very up close and personal detail.

Underworld, Inc. is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on January 7, 2015.

Where do I stream Underworld, Inc. online? Underworld, Inc. is available for streaming on National Geographic, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Underworld, Inc. on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Wednesdays 10:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
3 Seasons, 16 Episodes
January 7, 2015
Crime, Documentary & Biography, Drama
Cast: Huey Morgan
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Underworld, Inc. Full Episode Guide

  • A view of the sex trade in the United States and those who own the power and the money.

  • Real world hustlers control the underworld economy. From human trafficking to fake pharma, this dark and seedy world has players on every level. Each vies to take the top spot in their respective niche. Shadow Kings & Queens profit off illegal trades across the globe.

  • From card cheats, to armed robbers, to 'trick' rollers, criminals across America make a beeline for the casinos of Las Vegas to ply their trades. To defend themselves, casinos have become crime-fighting organizations - deploying state-of-the-art surveillance backed up by an army of security staff. This war on crime is ever changing, as criminals react to casino crackdowns with ever newer and more inventive means of attack.

  • In Williston, North Dakota, an oil mining boom has brought tens of thousands of blue-collar workers to this once sleepy town. But the 21st century 'black gold rush' has also attracted black-market operators. Motorcycle gangs extort Williston's bars and strip clubs, while pimps net millions from prostitution. But with the oil boom going bust, criminals must adapt. Laid-off oil workers are becoming this underworld's most resourceful criminals.

  • US authorities are closing in on cartel cash. If drug lords want their narco cheddar cleaned, they have to get it to Mexico. Working to stem the tide, the cops hit stash houses. Launderers use money changers to turn drug profits to pesos for investment in front companies and bogus construction projects. If local authorities pry into these shady businesses, they get warned off - cartel style.

  • In America, 14 people die each day waiting for a kidney transplant. Meanwhile, the black market organ trade is thriving, and gangsters with global reach are pocketing easy money.

  • Increased automobile security means that car criminals are becoming more ingenious than ever. Gangs work together to steal cars. In Santa Maria, California, three cars are stolen every day and police are targeting the thieves rather than recovering vehicles. The criminals, meanwhile, rush to get the cars out of state, and then, overseas. In West Africa, a criminal class has arisen that is willing to pay top dollar for high-end stolen U.S. cars.

  • In the second season premiere, illegal alcohol production and transport is discussed.