20 April 2018 | Ed-Shullivan
I truly enjoy hearing factual information on notorious criminals and Kingpin is an excellent single word title for this series
Having only watched the first two (2) episodes of the Kingpin series (so far) that focused on (episode 1) South Boston's racketeer and extortionist James "Whitey" Bulger, and on (episode 2) Mexico's Joaquín Guzmán, "El Chapo" I am more than impressed with the quality of the series. The level of detail of actual events as they really occurred, ignoring any personal desire to glorify these vicious criminals as Hollywood sometimes usually has a tendency to do allows the viewer to visualize them without any filter and to simply absorb how these criminals expanded their operations to ultimately be coined as "Kingpins" and deserving to have a two hour documentary concentrating on their crimes and their personal lives.
I give the series a perfect 10 out of 10 rating and I hope the series is expanded to more than just the four (4) scheduled episodes.