Mamon - Series 1

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6 episodes in this series

Episode 1 The Victim
Using tips provided by Sophie, his anonymous source, journalist Petr Vlcek writes a story exposing bribery within Central Energy, a state-run company. The accusations point directly at Daniel Vlcek, Petr's…
Episode 2 The Awakening
Six months after his brother's suicide, Petr refuses to cover anything to do with Central Energy for his paper. But he's begun his own personal investigation, which leads him to…
Episode 3 The Descend
Police investigate Petr's involvement with Toman's death, while Petr and Stella push deeper into Central Energy's ties with foreign companies. Marie makes another big break that Max considers suspect. Petr's…
Episode 4 The Pact
Petr tracks down a new lead who's in fear for his life, while Michal tracks down his father's past. Toman's wife is in fear for her children's safety when a…
Episode 5 The Killing
Spevacek gives Eva money to bail Petr out of jail. Stella learns about the Central Energy conspiracy via a similar scam pulled decades ago. Eva receives a video from Michal's…
Episode 6 Doomsday
Things go wrong when Petr and Eva try to hand over the ransom. Now Petr must hunt down the last member of the Abraham Pact to save Michal, find Stella's…

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