Godfather of Pittsburgh
Is Vince Isoldi a gangster, an entrepreneur with a sordid past, or simply a good businessman? It depends on whom you ask in the Steel City, where Isoldi has made friends and enemies as a real estate tycoon and nightclub executive. The original series "Godfather of Pittsburgh" profiles Isoldi as he balances home life with professional dealings. Devoted to wife Carla and sons Enzo, Adolfo and Romeo, Vince often resorts to extreme measures to provide for them, and he also supports his six brothers and sisters. However, nothing upsets Vince more than being betrayed, especially by someone he trusts. No one knows this better than Vince's brother-in-law Sam, who has been ostracized from the family for crossing Vince. For advice, Vince leans on his father-in-law, Junior Williams -- aka Pittsburgh's "Numbers King" -- who has served time for racketeering.