The wait is over for Season 3 of "Godfather of Harlem."
The series, which follows Harlem crime boss Bumpy Johnson (played by Forest Whitaker) as he struggles to control of his neighborhood, premieres tonight on MGM+ (formerly Epix).
Returning to the 1960s as Bumpy continues to square off with the Italian American Mafia, the first episode kicks off at 9pm.
As with previous seasons in the series, the third was filmed throughout Harlem.
• The famous James Bailey House on 10 St. Nicholas Place.
• Esplanade Gardens on W 147th Street (standing in for Lenox Terrace, where Bumpy actually lived).
• Frederick Douglass Boulevard near W 136th Street.
See if you can spot them all—plus other locations in Brooklyn—as you catch up on the crime drama.
To watch, subscribe directly to MGM+ or get it as an add-on subscription on Amazon Prime for $5.99 per month.
In the meantime, for a look back at when Seasons 1 & 2 were filming in Harlem, check out TCU's previous posts:
'Godfather of Harlem' is back in the neighborhood filming Season 2
The 1960s come alive on the set of 'Godfather of Harlem' in Sugar Hill
Photos: Forest Whitaker crime drama "Godfather of Harlem" films in, yes, Harlem
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