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Web-series Living It Up to premiere online tomorrow April 9

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The web-series Living It Up premieres online tomorrow Wednesday, April 9. A behind the scenes look into the personal lives of professionals in the acting and modeling industry, Living It Up will introduce you to Bianca Hicks, Darrius and a host of other characters who make it apparent that “Living It Up” comes at a high price. The first episode is to appear on youtube at 8:30 PM.

Written, directed, and produced by Malcolm Roberson, Living It Up stars Tandreka Keaton, Jeanette Drake, Andrae Bicy, Alina Marie, Will Treece, Ali Amine, and Shomari Giles

“Each episode of this dramatic comedy will be online for one week then will be shopped around to networks,” says Malcolm Roberson.

Living It Up was filmed throughout Sterling Heights, Warren and Detroit, Michigan at these and other locations, Rosie O'Gradys Bar & Pub, Extended Stay Hotels & Suites, and Club 54.

You will not want to miss a single episode.

Synopsis: Living It Up takes you behind the scenes and into the lives of professionals in the acting and modeling industry. Bianca Hicks is a manager at an emerging modeling agency. She is very strong and independent as she has settled into her job as well as her budding relationship with growing model (Darrius). Bianca encounters quite a bunch of characters from her crazy, free spirited, loud mouthed best friend (Raquelle), all the way to her ex boyfriend that won't rest until he's back with her, Bianca’s journey unfolds and becomes apparent that "Living It Up" comes at a high price.

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