The series centres on Alex Godman (James Norton) and Katya (Faye Marsay)
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A new BBC drama "McMafia" will delve into the murky depths of global crime.Based in London but taking in cities as far afield as Moscow and Tel Aviv, "McMafia" follows the criminal classes who appear far from mobster stereotypes.The eight-part series centres around Alex Goldman, played by British actor James Norton ("War & Peace," "Happy Valley"), brought up in England by Russian exiles with mafia ties."McMafia" was filmed in around a dozen countries and the cast includes Russian actor Aleksey Serebryakov ("The Method") and Faye Marsay, a British actress known for her role in "Game of Thrones"."McMafia" will first be aired by the BBC on January 1, before being distributed by the Amazon Prime online platform a day later.
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