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Gangland

History's most-notorious and -dangerous gangs. Episode information to be announced. 

9/4/15
11:00 AM
"Race Wars"  Los Angeles.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/4/15
12:00 PM
"Deadly Blast"  The violent Tango Blast gang of Houston.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/4/15
01:00 PM
"Devil's Fire"  The Pagans gang, which originated in Maryland during the 1950s and has grown to 44 chapters with more than 900 members spread along the East Coast, is considered a major dealer in the methamphetamine trade.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/4/15
02:00 PM
"American Gangster"  The story of two rival gangs in Harlem, N.Y., during the 1970s.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
09:00 AM
"Mile High Killers"  A trip to Denver to examine the hispanic gang known as the North Side Mafia.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
10:00 AM
"Snitch Slaughter"  The Vagos motorcycle gang rules California's San Bernadino County.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
11:00 AM
"Better Off Dead"  The Association Netas stalk the streets of Trenton, N.J. with the goal of total domination.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
12:00 PM
"Shoot to Kill"  The F13 gang members are known for narcotics distribution and shootings of blacks.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
01:00 PM
"Divide and Conquer"  The Latin Kings, regarded as the largest and most brutal Latino gang in the United States, traces its roots to 1940s Chicago.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
9/11/15
02:00 PM
"Everybody Killers"  The Hoover Criminals, whose members call themselves "Everybody Killers," become a nightmare for Portland, Ore., after moving there from Los Angeles during the 1980s to capitalize on the drug trade.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
Gangland

Premise
This series tells the inside story of some of America's most notorious street gangs. From the heroin kingpins in 1970s Harlem to today's most dangerous gang, MS-13, which has spread to suburban communities, gangs have a rich yet deadly history. With exclusive interviews and rarely seen footage, this is a raw look at life inside these gangs and at the agencies that are working to stop them.

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.