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Rupert Grint returns in new drama 'Snatch' exclusively on BT TV

Monday, September 18th 2017 by Oprah Flash

If you’ve been missing the actor behind Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter franchise, then BT has a treat for you.

BT TV customers will soon have exclusive access to the acclaimed new TV drama 'Snatch', starring Rupert Grint.

Also starring Luke Pasqualino (Skins) Marc Warren (Doctor Who) and Lucien Laviscount (Scream Queens), Snatch is based around a real life heist in London.

A gang of twenty something, up and coming hustlers stumble upon a truckload of stolen gold bullion and are thrust into the high stakes world of organised crime.

In a race against time they must learn to navigate the treacherous waters of London’s underworld as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains chase hot on their tails.

Grint plays the intelligent but chaotic Charlie Cavendish while Pasqualino brings to life the smart aspirational Albert Hill.

The 10 episode original series premieres on AMC in the UK on Tuesday 31 October at 10pm on channel 332 and 381 HD.

BT Sky Sport Pack subscribers can catch the show on Sky channel 192.

The full box set will be available on demand after the premiere to BT TV customers only.

'A punchy adventurous show'

Rupert Grint and his cast mates hit it off on American screens when the series first premiered on Sony Pictures Television’s streaming service, Crackle. The drama has already been renewed for season two.

The critically acclaimed reboot of Guy Ritchie’s film Snatch was described as “a punchy adventurous show” and praised for its “young and talented cast” by Variety.

People magazine said that “the reboot preserves the flashy grittiness of the 2000 crime caper but with a new generation of hucksters” and AV Club declared that the drama “will hit you like a ton of gold bricks”.

Snatch is the latest premiere on AMC, which also offers dramas such as 'Fear the Walking Dead', 'The Son', 'Better Call Saul' and 'Halt and Catch Fire'.

BT recently launched a TV app allowing BT TV customer to watch shows on the go.

Existing customers can watch all the BT premium channels such as AMC or BT Sport through the app as part of their BT TV subscription.

The app links to the BT TV Box allowing customers to record shows when they are on the move.

PSB content (Freeview channels), Sky Sports, Sky Cinema or BT Music cannot be used on the app.

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