The non-scripted series will follow Hasselhoff and his two daughters in business ventures and breaking record industry.
Details on the new reality show that forces David Hasselhoff to quit "America's Got Talent" have been released. The series, which is yet to be titled, is picked up by A&E for 10 half-hour episodes. It focuses on Hasselhoff's business ventures and his role as a single parent to two teenage daughters.
Beyond following the former "Baywatch" star, the show will also focus on his daughters' journey in breaking the recording industry. "It's the dream of every parent to be able to help their children succeed," Hasselhoff said in a statement. "I told the girls that I would help them open the door when they are ready, but they would have to walk through it on their own."
19-year-old Taylor Ann who took the home video of her father drunk on the floor trying to eat hamburger is enrolling in University of Arizon. Her younger sister, Haley is a fashion model for clothing line Torrid and is starting career as an actress. Both of them are looking forward to be musicians.
There is no specific date yet set for the premiere date but it is framed within this year.
This is not the first time that the Hasselhoffs are pitching a show. E! ordered "Tales of the Hoff" in 2007 but it never went on air. However, "Meet the Hasselhoffs" managed to get aired in U.K.'s Living TV last year.
David Hasselhoff quit "America's Got Talent" after four years sitting as the judge. In replacement of him, Howie Mandel has stepped forward to join Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne.