Nyle DiMarco

Executive Producer of “Deaf U”

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A new documentary series called “Deaf U” follows a group of college students as they deal with dating, friendship, and finding their way in the world.

‘Deaf U’ shows the realities of college students who are hard of hearing

A new documentary series called “Deaf U” follows a group of college students as they deal with dating, friendship, and finding their way in the world.

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