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First Look: The David Hasselhoff Show Opening Night

David Hasselhoff just wrapped up filming the first episode of his Finnish TV show, "The David Hasselhoff Show" and tweeted some photos.

David Hasselhoff is Hoff to Sweden! Audience Members Wanted

David's Swedish Talk Show

David's swedish talk show is set to tape at the end of this month, and the network is searching for some fans to fill their audience.

We now search for 10 people who wants to be statistically-audience! You must be prepared that David can choose to interact with you during the show. Tickets are free but places are limited and a fee of 250 SEK will be paid per person as thanks for the help. The recordings take place in Stockholm between on 15-23 January 2014.If there is interest, email for further information,

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David Guests on Amy Winehouse's Father's New Online Show


Amy Winehouse’s father Mitch is to host a new interview show from the back of his taxi for Living’s online channel Liv, where he will also deliver an alternative Christmas message.Liv channel editor Amy Barham, said it was a “coup” to have Winehouse fronting a show because he is known for his “forthright, no-holds-barred approach”.He will interview Baywatch and Knight Rider star David Hasselhoff in the first part of the weekly chatshow, titled Mitch Winehouse’s Showbiz Rant. Each instalment of the 12-episode run will last three-and-a-half minutes.The show was ordered by Liv commissioning executive Alex Ayling.The first episode will air today [2 November] at 4pm. The second episode will air on Thursday 5 November and then on consecutive episodes every Thursday. The series will run for a total of 12 weeks.In Winehouse’s interview with Hasselhoff, topics covered include “the perils of the music industry and the pressures of being a showbiz father”, as well as the Loch Ness monster and Shoreditch vampires.There will also be a festive special on Christmas Eve, in which the host will broadcast an alternative Christmas message.

Virgin Media Television has signed up Mitch Winehouse to front a weekly show that will run on Living TV's new online spin-off Liv.