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HBO Max Debuts Trailer & Key Art for Docuseries “Generation Hustle”

The upcoming HBO Max original series, “Generation Hustle” exposes the exploits of over-zealous entrepreneurs who may have gone too far

All ten episodes of “Generation Hustle” will premiere Thursday, April 22 on HBO Max

Check out the trailer, key art and synopsis of the first two episodes.

Episode 1: “Hollywood Con Queen”
Dreams and deception collide when a brilliant con artist impersonates high-profile Hollywood producers to scam aspiring young artists. After the FBI teams with a dogged investigator to hunt this fraudster across the globe, a twisted tale, reminiscent of classic caper movies, ensues. Directed by Yon Motskin.
Episode 2: “The Party’s Over”
Building a business with nothing but blind ambition, Ian Bick transforms himself from a nerdy teen into a concert promoter almost as legendary as the bands he books. As the teenager’s EDM raves pack houses and feed his emerging VIP lifestyle with first-class trips, high-end shopping, and brand-new jet skis, his fall is as dramatic as his rise – culminating in an FBI raid that shocks his family, friends, and hometown. Directed by George Plamondon.

GENERATION HUSTLE is executive produced by Emmy® nominees Stacey Offman and Richard Perello; Angie Day, who also serves as showrunner; co-creator Yon Motskin, who also directs three episodes; the multiple Emmy® Award-winning team behind CNN Original Studios, Amy Entelis and Lyle Gamm. News & Documentary Emmy® nominees Isaac Bolden and Brad Hebert co-executive produce. The series is produced by Jigsaw Productions and CNN Original Studios.

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