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Drugs, Inc.

A comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. 

Crew:
Johnathan Hewes (Executive Producer), Richard Wells (Executive Producer)

4/20/14
03:00 AM
"Hurricane Blow"  New Orleans drug trade booms in the era following the Hurricane Katrina devastation.  (Repeat) NGC
4/20/14
04:00 AM
"Wasted In Seattle"  Seattle attracts gangsters and dealers with its liberal laws and high demand for drugs.  (Repeat) NGC
4/20/14
05:00 AM
"Zombie Island"  Puerto Rico is a major gateway for South American cocaine bound for the U.S.  (Repeat) NGC
4/27/14
03:00 AM
"Windy City High"  Chicago has one of the largest, most-saturated markets in crack and heroin in America.  (Repeat) NGC
4/27/14
04:00 AM
"Jamaican Gangs, Guns and Ganja"  Kingston, Jamaica, is under the control of sophisticated and warring drug gangs who manage drug trafficking and distribution at all levels.  (Repeat) NGC
4/27/14
05:00 AM
"High in Houston"  See firsthand in the Fifth Ward how drugs are dominating the Houston area's economy and populous.  (Repeat) NGC
4/30/14
07:00 PM
"Cartel City: Arizona"  Phoenix, Arizona is the de facto wholesale drug capital of America.  (Repeat) NGC
4/30/14
08:00 PM
"Rocky Mountain High"  Denver's legalization of recreational use of marijuana in January 2014,could be the downfall of the city's gang-banger dealers who have seen falling profits since medical marijuana became legal in 2001.  (Repeat) NGC
4/30/14
09:00 PM
"Jamaican Gangs, Guns and Ganja"  Kingston, Jamaica, is under the control of sophisticated and warring drug gangs who manage drug trafficking and distribution at all levels.  (Repeat) NGC
4/30/14
10:00 PM
"Stashville: Tennessee"  Music and drugs go hand in hand in Nashville.  (Repeat) NGC
Drugs, Inc.

Premise
How does the drug trade work? Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? And what are the personal costs? Those are just some of the questions answered in this series, a comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. First-person perspectives from traffickers, dealers, users, law enforcement and medical professionals detail how the drugs are processed and moved onto the streets, and the effects they have on the human body.

Crew:
Johnathan Hewes (Executive Producer) , Richard Wells (Executive Producer)

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