McMafia surrounds an English-raised son of Russian exiles with a mafia history and his journey through a terrifying labyrinth of international criminals, money launderers, corrupt politicians and ruthless intelligence agencies. Alex Godman (James Norton) has spent his life trying to escape the shadow of his family's criminal past by building his own legitimate business and forging a life with his girlfriend (Juliet Rylance). When his family’s past murderously returns to threaten the life he has built, Alex is drawn into the criminal world and forced to confront his values to protect those he loves.
McMafia Ep. 1
After a tragic event, Russian exile Alex Godman is drawn into the murky world of global crime as he tries to protect his family from their dark past.
McMafia Ep. 2
Semiyon convinces Alex into a venture designed to harm Vadim's business in Prague. Meanwhile, a young girl is taken on a very different journey.
McMafia Ep. 3
A mysterious figure reaches out to Alex, who is not all he seems. While Dmitri deals with grief, Oksana learns of a secret that could rock the family.
McMafia Ep. 4
Alex unlocks a way to attack Benny Chopra & Vadim in Mumbai. He and Rebecca announce their engagement, but she starts to think he is hiding something.
McMafia Ep. 5
Semiyon awakes to an awful accusation. Alex is convinced he's innocent and sets out to try to expose his accusers. Katya unravels a shocking secret.
McMafia Ep. 6
Alex fears Vadim's next move as he increases the families' security. Rebecca is torn and moves out as she struggles with Alex's choices.
McMafia Ep. 7
Vadim is convinced to broker peace in Istanbul. Alex learns the dreadful price of his actions, and Dmitri makes a decision that endangers them all.
I enjoyed this show, will there be a season 2?
Although I really like James Norton, this show is not very good. Too slow moving and plodding. Two very good actors can’t rescue it. I gave up halfway through
Brilliant show about family, financial crimes, love, and ruthlessness rolled into one - fantastic script, great dialogue, and phenomenal acting by all characters. Multi-generational as well as multi-cultural it hits all the right notes.
There 2 shows here that I loved & hope return for a second season. The Split & McMafia. Bothe are great shows.
Excellent show! The show was impecable always kept me on the edge of my seat and wanting more, I look forward for season 2.