The Hustler Season 02 Episode 8 is going to be telecast on 9 September 2021. You can watch Hustler on, ABC network, Hulu, DIRECTV, Spectrum On Demand.
Introduction Of The Hustler (Tv Show)
The Hustler is an American television game show that premiered on ABC on January 4, 2021. Hosted by Craig Ferguson, it follows five contestants who collaborate to build up a cash prize by answering a series of trivia questions.
One of the contestants is secretly designated as the Hustler beforehand and given the answers to all the questions. By the end of the game, two of the honest contestants have been eliminated; the other two must correctly choose the Hustler to stop them from winning the entire prize.
In April 2021, the series was renewed for a second season which premiered on June 17, 2021. The Hustler challenges expectations by showcasing a player who knows all of the answers ahead of time.
This web TV series’ originating network is ABC. This is also a popular series among fans, and it’s a lot of fun to watch.
The Hustler Season 02 Episode 8 Release Date
‘The Real Imposter at work’ is scheduled to release on 9 September 2021. In this episode Motorcycles and moon, cycles are clues to discovering the hustler.
Currently, you can watch “The Hustler – Season 2” streaming on, ABC network Hulu, DIRECTV, Spectrum On Demand.
The Hustler TV series, a game show that follows five participants as they work together to correctly answer a series of ten trivia questions worth $10,000 each. Their objective is to increase the quantity of money in a pool of money that grows with each correct response.
The twist is that one of the five participants, dubbed the Hustler, already knows the answers due to personal experiences or interests. The Hustler eliminates two competitors secretly at the end of each show.
The remaining three contestants must work together to figure out who the secret Hustler is. The two regular contestants will share the prize pool, which could be worth over $100,000 if they are correct. If both are incorrect, the Hustler receives the entire $1,000 prize.
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