'Mocro Maffia' fans ensure record start third season at Videoland

The third season of the Videoland Original 'Mocro Maffia' started last Friday with a record number of viewers. The first episode attracted 30% more viewers last Friday compared to the first episode of the second season in 2020.

Season three of the fictional series 'Mocro Maffia' continues where miniseries 'Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed' left off. Romano has left without a trace and Pencil finds himself alone in their war against Pope, whose position has become very strong through the collaboration with Colombian Tia Alvarez. Tatta, who is put in charge of Pope's organization, gets distracted from his job when Mo de Show suddenly shows up. After taking her personal revenge on Taliban, Nadira continues her path of revenge for her two liquidated brothers and finds the help of hitter Eiffel. Her cousin Adil is in prison, where he struggles with a dilemma when he discovers that Taliban is in the same detention center.

The third season of 'Mocro Maffia' consists of seven episodes and was conceived and written by Achmed Akkabi (also Creative Producer), Ashar Medina, Oscar van Woensel and Randy Oost. The third season is directed by Victor D. Ponten and Bobby Boermans and produced by Fiction Valley.

‘Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed’
A week before the release of the third season, Videoland surprised the diehard Mocro Maffia fans out of nowhere with the miniseries 'Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed'. Videoland offers young talent a stage by casting 16-year-old Marouane Meftah as the main character Komtgoed and by choosing the young director Aaron van Valen. More than half of the viewers of season two of 'Mocro Maffia' have started the miniseries and about 70% of these viewers watched all episodes in one day.

'Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed' revolves around the character of the 16-year-old actor Marouane Meftah and starts where the second season of 'Mocro Maffia' ends: after a failed rescue attempt by Muis, the problems of 15-year-old Komtgoed grow rapidly. An argument in the street escalates and he ends up in the clutches of the judicial system. Juvenile detention and a foster family follow. As his problems grow, there seems to be only one way to make something of his life.

'Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed' consists of seven short episodes and was written by Achmed Akkabi, Kevin Boitelle, Mustafa Duygulu and Martin van Steijn. Directed by Aaron van Valen and produced by Fiction Valley.

Watch a new episode of the third season of 'Mocro Maffia' every Friday, exclusively at Videoland. The miniseries 'Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed' is now available at Videoland.