AMC's "The Making of the Mob" Portrays The Rise of Organized Crime in New York City

The Making of the Mob is a new 8-part mini series on AMC that tells the story of New York City mobsters in the first half of the 20th century.

Narrated by Emmy® Award-winning actor Ray Liotta, Making of the Mob: New York is an eight-part series that begins in 1905 and spans over 50 years. The docu-drama follows the rise of Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and other notorious gangsters from their beginnings as a neighborhood gang of teenagers to murderous entrepreneurs and bootleggers who organized the criminal underworld and turned the Mafia into an American institution.

The show premieres Monday, June 15th on AMC.

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