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Genre  Historical drama
Theme music composer  Joe Eslick
Country of origin  United States
Final episode date  3 August 2015
Narrated by  Ray Liotta
7.9/10 IMDb


Directed by  John Ealer
Opening theme  "The Drifter"
First episode date  15 June 2015
Network  AMC
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Written by  Stephen David Tim W. Kelly John Ealer Brian Burstein Claire Lawton Ron Fried Rebecca Haber Jim Rapsas Alec Michod Dave Schaye Jonathan Brandeis
Starring  Rich Graff; Ian Bell; Anthony DiCarlo; Jonathan C. Stewart; Craig Thomas Rivela
Similar  Boardwalk Empire, The American West, Mob City, Eat: The Story of Food, The World Wars

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The Making of the Mob: New York is an American television miniseries, and the first season of The Making of the Mob, based on the notorious New York gangster Lucky Luciano and his rise in the New York City crime mob. It is produced by Stephen David and aired from June 15 to August 3, 2015, on AMC in eight parts.

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A ratings success, the series led to a renewal by AMC for a second season, subtitled Chicago, which documents the emergence of organized crime in the American Midwest through the rise and fall of the iconic gangster Al Capone.

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Plot

Opening Introduction (narrated by Ray Liotta, who narrated the entire series):

Release

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The first trailer, released on April 12, 2015, promoted the "8-part premiere event" and June 15, 2015 release date, and featured the tagline, "Lucky Luciano is the ruler of the most powerful criminal organization this city has ever known."

Internationally, the series premiered in Australia on Arena on December 9, 2015.

Main

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  • Rich Graff as Charles "Lucky" Luciano
  • Ian Bell as Meyer Lansky
  • Anthony DiCarlo as Frank Costello
  • Jonathan C. Stewart as Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel
  • Craig Thomas Rivela as Vito Genovese
  • Recurring

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  • Gus Zucco as Albert Anastasia
  • Stelio Savante as Joe Masseria
  • Umberto Celisano as Al Capone
  • Roberto De Felice as Salvatore Maranzano
  • James Kacey as Joe Bonanno
  • Adam Jonas Segaller as Thomas E. Dewey
  • Sam Little as Abe Reles
  • Evan Boymel as Louis Lepke Buchalter
  • Christopher Morrow as Dutch Schultz
  • Noah Forrest as Carlo Gambino
  • Caleb McDaniel as Tommy Gagliano
  • James Davenjay as Pete La Tempa
  • Anthony Bisciello as Joe Profaci
  • Gregory Cioffi as Tommy Lucchese
  • Daniel Jordano as Vincent Mangano
  • Sam McCrea as William C. Dodge
  • Raffaela Perra as Igea Lissoni
  • Jessica Brodkin as Lauretta Giegerman Costello
  • Yeshe Pfeifer as Anna Genovese
  • Rick Borgia as Older Lucky Luciano
  • Rachel Whitman Groves as "Cokey Flo" Florence Brown
  • Marija Skangale as Galina "Gay" Orlova
  • Interviews

    Each episode features several interviews from celebrities, authors, historians and political figures.

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  • Rudy Giuliani – former mayor of New York City
  • Selwyn Raab – author, Five Families
  • David Pietrusza – author, Rothstein
  • Meyer Lansky II – grandson of Meyer Lansky
  • Michael Green – historian, University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • Rich Cohen – author, Tough Jews
  • Vincent Pastore – actor, The Sopranos
  • Alexander Hortis – author, The Mob and the City
  • Gay Talese – author, Honor Thy Father
  • Richard Hammer – author, The Last Testament of Lucky Luciano
  • Joe Mantegna – actor, The Godfather Part III
  • Salvatore Polisi – former Mafia associate
  • Chazz Palminteri – actor, A Bronx Tale
  • Sonny Grosso – retired New York City Police Department detective
  • Frank Vincent – actor, Goodfellas
  • Thomas Dewey III – grandson of Thomas Dewey
  • Frankie Valli – singer, The Four Seasons
  • Oscar Goodman – former mayor of Las Vegas
  • Ellen Poulsen – author, The Case Against Lucky Luciano
  • Drea de Matteo – actress, The Sopranos
  • Edward McDonald – federal prosecutor
  • Edwin Torres – New York Supreme Court judge
  • H.W. Brands – historian, University of Texas at Austin
  • Reception

    The Making of the Mob: New York received mixed reviews from critics. On Metacritic, the series has a score of 59 out of 100, based on 6 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews". On Rotten Tomatoes, the series has a rating of 40%, based on 5 reviews.

    Brian Lowry of Variety writes, "The Making of the Mob: New York will merely remind fans of quality drama how much they miss Boardwalk Empire. The dialogue is generally muted underneath the narration and a positively abusive musical score, which never approximates anything less than a swelling crescendo."

    Kyle Anderson of Entertainment Weekly writes, "While the presentation can get a little stilted, Making is a relatively clear-eyed look at a still-gripping mutation of the American dream."

    References

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