It's a rough awakening in the aftermath of the previous season's tragic finale. This fourth season brings us to the region north of the city, where another organized crime family is thriving – and it's an altogether different lot from all other crews we've come across in the series so far. We're thus introduced to the Levante family, whose patriarch Gerlando rules over the vast, poisoned rural areas undisturbed, keeping his greedy fingers in all kinds of pies. As things seem to roll according to plan, Genny feels increasingly free to reinvent himself and is on course to turn into a textbook entrepreneur with a dream of setting up an entirely different legacy for his son than the one Don Pietro left behind for him. And yet in this season, nothing is what it seems on the surface. It's all but impossible to get away from one's roots completely, all the more so when it's from those same roots that one draws the foundation for one's dreams of legit success. It's business as usual: all good, and all ready to go haywire at a moment's notice. In fact, at the first sign of weakness from Secondigliano's new regent queen's, all crews – the Levantes and Capaccios as well as Sangue Blu – show their true colors as the pack of wolves they are, all too ready to jump at each other's throats. And yes, all-out war it is then, for one and all. A war that shakes Genny's newfangled balance of power to its fragile foundations. As he tries to deal with the full weight of his family name in building a different future in business, all the major Naples crime families seem to engage in a tangle of secret alliances, plots, spying and backstabbing. This will all finally make Genny understand why his father Pietro had made a decision many years before to keep the Levante family out of any business on his North Naples turf.