David Hasselhoff is getting his own reality show on A&E, the cable network announced in a press release today. The ten half-hour episodes will give viewers “a behind-the-scenes look into the life of ‘The Hoff’ focusing on his multiple entertainment and business endeavors, as well as his most important role as a single dad trying to help his teenage daughters, break into the recording industry.” The show is slated to start airing later this year.
David Hasselhoff gets new reality show
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