The sixth and final episode of Meet the Hasselhoffs premiered last night in the UK. In this episode, the family and Radio 1′s Scott Mills go camping and reflect on their adventures. DigitallyTuned kindly uploaded the episode for the world to see.
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From BBC Newsbeat
Baywatch and Knight Rider legend David Hasselhoff is back on British screens in Meet the Hasselhoffs. It’s the follow up to The Hoff: When Scott Came To Stay and features the 57-year-old actor visiting the UK with his two daughters and personal assistant. He drops in to Radio 1 to see Scott Mills, meets his mum, gets to play polo and bumps into some Pearly Kings and Queens in a London pub.
How did Meet the Hasselhoffs come about?
I came over here to originally do a sequel to The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay, which was basically a story of a DJ (Scott Mills) who came to live with a guy he saw on television, and for me to share my life with him, to see what it’s like in Los Angeles and the fact that it’s crazy and fun.
But behind closed doors I’m just a dad and a real person. We hit it off, so decided to do a sequel, something that nobody’s ever done and take a motor home across Britain. We called it the Hoff road trip.
Several events are happening this weekend, so here is a rundown of all the activities.
|Saturday, Sept. 26:||KnightCon UK:
All European and UK Knightrider fans can meet each other, compare KITTs, and much more! All proceeds benefit The Children’s Miracle Network. Located at: Halifax, West Yorkshire, England.
Check out their website at www.knightconuk.co.uk and come out to promote a great cause and have a great time.
**Please Note** This event is not specifically endorsed by Mr. Hasselhoff, nor has he made any specific declaration to be there. It should however be a fun event with some fun people for a great cause.
|Sunday, Sept. 27:||Das Hustlehoff:
Oktoberfest Denver is holding its 2nd annual “Das Hustlehoff” 10k Run this Sunday in honor of Mr. Hasselhoff himself. Participants are encouraged to dress up in their best Knight Rider, Baywatch, or Hoff-inspired costume. View the “Das Hustlehoff” News entry.
A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the American Lung Association.
Auction runs from Sept. 27 – October 4.
|Monday, Sept. 28:||Meet the Hasselhoffs:
Third installment of the six-part series airs at 10 pm on LivingTV in the UK.
Episode 1 | Episode 2
From Broadcast Now
Does this mean that we could see a video of “Meet the Hasselhoffs” in our local Target stores?
Target Entertainment Group has picked up the distribution rights to Meet the Hasselhoffs, the series of ob doc specials that launched this week on Living.
Target director of sales and programming Jane Dockery said she expected the programmes would prove “really popular internationally.”
The 6 x 60-minute specials, commissioned by the Virgin Media-owned broadcaster, follow Knight Rider and Baywatch star David Hasselhoff as he immerses himself in British culture during a summer in the UK.
It follows a one-off earlier this year, The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay. The new specials, produced by Summer Films, follows the actor and his two daughters as they go in search of the Loch Newss Monster, play polo and inspire lifeguards on the Devon coast.
The specials launched on Living on 14 September in a 10pm slot.
From We Love Telly
In this week’s We Love Telly, free with The Daily Mirror on Saturday, Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills told us what it was like having Baywatch star and living legend David Hasselhoff staying with him in Britain.
You can see what they got up to during The Hoff’s trip to Britain in Meet The Hasselhoffs (Mon, 10pm, Living TV), and in the meantime here’s more from our exclusive interview with Scott…
The first part of “Meet the Hasselhoffs” aired today on LivingTV in the UK. DigitallyTuned was nice enough to upload the first episode to Youtube for the world to see, and I really like it so far. I would love to visit England someday, so until then I can live vicariously through David Hasselhoff.
A few of us were having troubles seeing part 2, with an error citing out-of-country copyright issues. Hopefully they can get this fixed soon.