A king kills another, and after the death of Don Pietro, by the hand of the Immortal eager for revenge, it was obvious that Genny played a role.
The new King of northern Naples, however, had a deal not only with the other bosses of the city, but also, above all, with Malamore , his father's right-hand man.
It's been a year, and Genny seems to have found the right balance between Roman affairs, "inherited" by his father-in-law, and the Neapolitan's, inherited by his father.
However, Don Giuseppe Avitable gets out of prison and is looking for revenge, putting everything Genny worked for at risk.
Ciro has rebuilt a new life in Bulgaria, where he has become the trusted man of a drug dealer, Valentin.
Genny knows he has to deal with Scianel to find an agreement. Meanwhile in Naples someone in the shade, spies from afar a small group of children excluded from the system.
Enzo and his comrades steal a load to start smuggling goods and get the money needed to enter the tour that counts.
Thanks to the proceeds of the drugs sold through its new channels, Genny definitely strengthens his position in controlling Secondigliano.
Thanks to the advice of Ciro and the contacts of Valerio, Enzo,a young man from Naples opens business in the center of Naples.
Enzo and crew are under attack. Ciro convinces him not to react on impulse advising him to come up with a plan to exploit the weaknesses of the opponents.
After the latest events, Ciro deals with O'Stregone to ask for an armistice. The Confederates are forced to grant him what he asks for, but making claims in turn.
Genny is now in check and all he can do is send Patrizia from the Confederates to find out what their conditions are.
Azzurra and Pietrino have come to be in the Confederate's sights. To save them, Genny is forced to work out a secret plan whose variables are endless.
Ciro, Genny and Enzo sign the peace with the Confederates, obtaining part of their territories.