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Armie Hammer and Nick Cannon's Exes Try to Overcome the 'Cayman Curse' in Hulu's Splashy New Docuseries (Exclusive)

PEOPLE has the exclusive First Look at Elizabeth Chambers, Selita Ebanks and 13 more singles trying to bounce back from scandal in the sun in the upcoming series 'Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise'

Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise promises sun, sand and scandal.

PEOPLE can exclusively share the trailer for Hulu’s latest docuseries, which features 15 expats living on the Caribbean island who are trying to, according to an official synopsis, to "navigate the rocky waters of their relationships, friendships and careers."

Those who star in the series and reside on the island include Elizabeth Chambers, Selita Ebanks, Courtney McTaggart, Meg Chandler, Craig Jervis, Frank Schilling, Julian Foster, Aaron Bernardo, Cass Lacelle, Victoria Jurkowski, Chelsea Flynn, Teri Bilewitch, Trevor Coleman, Dillon Claassens and Connor Bunney.


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<p>Hulu</p> Elizabeth Chambers in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"


Elizabeth Chambers in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"

Chambers, who was previously married to Armie Hammer, opens the trailer by saying, “Grand Cayman has been a sanctuary for me.”

“I moved here with my husband three years ago, but things have changed,” adds Chambers, 41. “Even in paradise, it’s hard to know who to trust.”

Quickly, the teaser jumps to a few brief shots of the cast of 15 basking in the sunlight and club lights as Ebanks, 40, is heard sharing in a voiceover: “This island is a playground for the rich and famous.”

<p>Hulu</p> Selita Ebanks in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"


Selita Ebanks in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"

Ebanks, a former Victoria’s Secret angel, was engaged to Nick Cannon for five months before they called off their engagement in 2007.

“It's called the Cayman Curse. People who move to the island with their significant other.... It never lasts,” says McTaggart.



As the teaser continues, screenshots of headlines from the Hammer and Chambers' divorce dominate the screen, with Chambers confessing, “I went through a very public divorce that was riddled with scandal.”

In July 2020, Chambers filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Months later, Hammer was entrenched in controversy after messages allegedly from the actor detailing violent sexual fantasies were leaked online. He was later accused of rape, which he denied.

Related: Elizabeth Chambers Says She 'Always Will' Support Armie Hammer in His Recovery Journey

Flynn admits her previous relationship was also a casualty of the “Cayman Curse.” She confesses, “You could technically put me in that category.”

The realtor shares how she was pregnant with her former partner, Tyson’s child when he then cheated on her after their move — and during the preview, audiences catch a glimpse of Flynn confronting her ex.

<p>Hulu</p> Chelsea Flynn in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"


Chelsea Flynn in "Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise"

While some of the cast members are able to look back at their scandals, a few are still reckoning with the drama in their lives.

As their paths cross, the men and women of the Cayman Islands learn their Carribean oasis isn’t exactly paradise.

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