There are so many fascinating episodes of Gangland, teaching you the history of notorious gangs in America, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Aryan Brotherhood" the best, or is "Kings of New York" your favorite episode of Gangland? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Gangland are, let's rank every Gangland episode from best to worst.
Gangland is a documentary series about gangs and other criminal organizations. It often features interviews with former gang members as well as law enforcement experts. Gangland premiered on the History Channel on November 1, 2007. The series began with a special about the Aryan Brotherhood.
Vote up your favorite episodes of Gangland, and vote down any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be difficult to put one Gangland episode over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.
Behind Enemy LinesThe Hells Angels are the most powerful and well-known biker club on the planet, boasting over 2500 members worldwide. In April 2002, a riot in a Nevada casino between the Hells Angels and their rivals, the Mongols, kills three gang members and creates headlines around the country. Federal authorities seize the opportunity and send a team of undercover agents to infiltrate the outlaw biker group. Along the way, they uncover a world of sex, rampant drug use, and vicious violence - employed to ensure the Hells Angel's place at the top of the biker world....00Good episode?
You Rat,You DieIn 2003, the body of a pregnant, teenaged informant was found along the banks of the bucolic Shenandoah River. She'd been repeatedly stabbed - her head nearly severed. Brenda Paz had been supplying the authorities with first-hand accounts of MS-13's operations. Paz had been one of 3,000 MS-13 members in the Washington, DC area. The increasingly violent and fast-growing gang operates from the sleepy, middle-class suburbs ringing the city....00Good episode?
Hate NationCalled the "shock troops" of the revolution, Skinheads form a particularly brutal element of the white supremacist movement. Violent hate-crimes are their method of intimidation and a preview of the race war they see as inevitable. It's a culture driven by the violent lyrics of racist rock, and fueled by hate....00Good episode?
Kings of New YorkKing Lil Man," was found decapitated, dismembered, and burned in a bathtub. His Latin King's tattoo had been cut from his skin, his head and hands were never found. According to former Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Zabel, his murderers, fellow Latin King gang members, were "...actually driving around town in a cab with his head because "King Blood," their leader, needed proof of the murder." By the mid-1990's, the New York chapter of the Latin Kings had grown into the most violent and largest street gang every seen in the city. Lead by the murderous "King Blood," they left a path of mayhem that was only brought to an end by "Blood's" 18 guilty verdicts - eight of them for murder. His...00Good episode?