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Gritty crime show airs on TV app

A television series made in Bermuda will be available tonight on Fibre TV and a PlayGo mobile TV app.

Digicel is promoting the gritty crime show Hustlerz Paradise, which highlights everyday struggles in Bermuda away from the tourism and pink sands.

The web series from Bermudian Hafiz Dill focuses on an ex-convict who has paid his debt to society but is faced with obstacles as he tries to become a law-abiding citizen.

Mr Dill said: “This deal is very important to us and should be an inspiration to all aspiring artists, actors and producers here locally.”

Emilie Faulkner-Meek, Digicel's regional marketing manager, said: “We're very excited to work with the Hustlerz Paradise team and offer quality content produced in Bermuda to our audience.

“Hafiz Dill, Shane Woodley, Donald Robinson and team are passionate and dedicated in bringing this story to life and it is inspiring to see these gentlemen making their dream a reality.”

Digicel customers will be able to watch the first two episodes of Hustlerz Paradise tonight on channel Catch 2 from 8pm to 9pm.

Customers with new postpaid plans can also download and watch on the PlayGo app for free with their monthly bonus of 2GB to use on the app.

Digicel will later air the series on Video on Demand.

From dream to reality: Shane Woodley, left, and Donald Robinson play a huge role in Hustlerz Paradise, along with Hafiz Dill (File photograph)

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Published May 16, 2019 at 9:00 am (Updated May 16, 2019 at 7:49 am)

Gritty crime show airs on TV app

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