David Hasselhoff is returning to his iconic franchise Baywatch, but this time there’s a twist. In an interview with the Daily Express, The Young and the Restless alum revealed:
“I’ve just met the guy writing the film. I’m going to play myself.’’
Hasselhoff shed a bit more light on the project,
“We’re trying to make it a very cool, updated version."
New York Magazine is reporting that The Young and the Restless alum David Hasselhoff's new reality show, The Hasselhoffs, was given the axe after two episodes by A&E. According to the site, the show debuted on Dec. 5, with dismal ratings of 718,000 while its second episode brought in 505,000. No word on whether the network will burn off the remaining eight episodes.
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The Young and the Restless is serving up a nice, heaping, helping serving of Snapper (David Haselhoff) at a Foster Family Reunion next week. As previously reported one of Genoa City's first superhunks returns for a sad occasion. SPOILER ALERT: Ma Foster is not long for this world, bless her heart. Will she tell poor, Lil' Orphan Jill (Jess Walton) who she got her eyebrows and the shape of her toes from before she goes to the Great Roast Beef Sale in the Sky? Check out the preview after the jump! READ MORE
MSN.com's Deanna Barnert dished with David Hasselhoff about his return to former stomping ground The Young and the Restless. The actor opens up on how it feels to be back to the suders after 27 years.
It was amazing coming back here. It was so surreal. I was talking to Wings Hauser (Greg), who came back. It was like we never left. Wings and I were laughing, making jokes, still being cocky crazy. Everybody was so positive. It was, without a doubt, an amazing four days. After the first day, I said, 'Oh god, I've got to go home and learn these lines! And there's no cue cards?' They said, 'We'll bring you cue cards,' but I said, 'No, I don't want cue cards, I want to see if I can do this.' It was very different from the way it used to be, but I loved it. We just got out there and screwed around - that's the technique I've always used to distract myself, so I don’t get nervous. It was like a big family. I was smiling for four days, and I haven't smiled for four days in a long time.